History-Making of a Global World (CBSE Class-10 Social-Science): Questions 163 - 175 of 225

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Question number: 163

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What was the main cause of Depression?

Question number: 164

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Explain what is referred to as the G-77 countries. In what ways can G-77 be seen as a reaction to the activities of the Bretton Woods Twins? [NCERT Textbook Question]

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G-77 Countries. G-77 is a group of 77 developing nations, which came up with an objective of protecting the interests of its member nations, and create an enhanced joint negotiating capacity in front of other countries of the world. This coalition was formed in the late 20th century to… (396 more words) …

Question number: 165

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What was the main aim of establishing NIEO?

Question number: 166

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Who was responsible to abolish the slave trade?

Question number: 167

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Which trend came up in MNCs during 1970’s?

Question number: 168

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Why did imperialists adopt divide and rule policy?

Question number: 169

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When did the slave trade business end?

Question number: 170

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Which new invention made it possible to transport perishable foods over long distances?

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Refrigerated Ship

b.

Gun Powder

c.

Compass

d.

Bombs

Question number: 171

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What other things were exchange apart from silk through the sea route in terms of culture?

Question number: 172

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Which treaty was enforced upon Germany at the end of First World War?

Question number: 173

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Which country first faced the effect of Great Depression and when?

Question number: 174

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What was the work allotted to IMF and IBRD?

Question number: 175

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Who were the members of Central Powers during World War I?

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