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Brazil dolox 
Is there really socialism in the nordic countries?
2019-10-19 01:10
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Sweden hyllie 
Social democracy is a political, social and economic philosophy that supports economic and social interventions to promote social justice within the framework of a liberal democratic polity and a capitalist mixed economy.
2019-10-19 01:12
Yes. In the form of social democracies. A high level of social welfare is ensured by the state, people pay high taxes and they also get a lot for their money. And part of what the state does is to ensure that it is good places to do business, there is very low corruption, a well educated work force, a well functioning labor market and so on.
2019-10-19 01:26
no
2019-10-19 01:28
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Finland Autisthicc 
democratic capitalist countries with strong welfare policies
2019-10-19 01:30
It's called a mixed economy. Most aspects of the market is privatized, but Oil, healthcare, schools (universities as well) are owned by state. So education to the highest level is free. You even get stipends when studying. Private schools and healthcare is allowed. Public transport is semi controlled by the state as well, ensuring that most people have access to it, in terms of localization but also prices. Unlike other massive oil countries like Saudi Arabia, we don't spend oil money on unnessecary skyscrapers, but we rather save it. nbim.no/no/ Conservatards always make dumb excuses for how Nordic countries are successful but at the same time are social democracies. Sure, we got lucky with oil, but it would never be as good if private oil companies took all the sweet profits in tax havens and spent it on nothing.
2019-10-19 01:44
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