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Question number: 534

» Industrialization and Economic Development

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Which among the followings is not an example of trade agreements?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

CEFTA

b.

NAFTA

c.

G-3

d.

OPEC

e.

EFTA

Question number: 535

» Key Geography Concepts

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Which of the followings characterizes the data administration stage of Richard Nolan’s stages of growth model?

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a.

The need for control arises

b.

Management of data allows the development without increasing IT expenditures

c.

The evolution of IT in organizations slowly begins

d.

High control is exercised by using all the information

e.

There is a proliferation of applications and potential for more problems to arise as well

Question number: 536

» Industrialization and Economic Development

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What does the term Cumulative Causation refer to?

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a.

Diversification of the industrial base and expansion of multiple industries

b.

Employment of assembly lines that use special purpose tools

c.

Integration of diverse technological solutions evolves

d.

Spiral of advantages that occur in a specific geographical location

e.

Industrial activities removed because of a major economic or social change in a region

Question number: 537

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Why did Henry Ford insist on paying the labourers high wages for unskilled work?

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a.

To ensure that the workers could afford health care so that they could work properly

b.

To ensure that the workers could afford to buy the products they produced

c.

To ensure that the workers would organize themselves to form labour unions

d.

To ensure that the workers would gain skills and leave his factory for other jobs

e.

To ensure that the workers did not sell trade secrets to other rival corporations

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