Economy

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An economy is a system of exchange of things of value. To better understand how the economy works, it can be broken up into three sections. These are:

The word "economy" comes from the Greek word οἰκονόμος, meaning "person who manages the house." The largest economy in the Americas is the U.S., in Africa its Nigeria, in Europe its Germany and in Asia its China.

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