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QUIZZES // Globalisation

Q1. Which of the following cities is the youngest global hub?

London

Tokyo

Dubai

New York

Q2. Which of the following is NOT a driver of globalisation?

Space-time compression as a result of improved technology

Global capitalism and international trade agreements

The global reach of transnational corporations

People developing a sense of place rooted in a particular locale

Q3. What industry is Bangalore most associated with?

Finance

Information Technology

Oil

Insurance

Q4. Which of the following are benefits of globalisation

Investment, employment, skilled migrants and a more diverse economy

Investment, unemployment, skilled migrants and a more diverse economy.

Investment, employment, skilled migrants and a less diverse economy

Investment, employment, unskilled migrants and a more diverse economy

Q5. Which of the following are costs of globalisation?

Economic leakage, income inequality, tax payments and trade monopolies

Economic leakage, income equality, tax avoidance and trade monopolies

Economic leakage, income inequality, tax avoidance and trade monopolies

Economic leakage, income equality, tax payments and trade monopolies

Q6. How many merchant ships travel the oceans?

50,000

60,000

70,000

80,000

Q7. What does Amnesty International seek to promote?

Global civil society, gender equality and LGBTI+ inequality

Global uncivil society, gender equality and LGBTI+ rights

Global civil society, gender inequality and LGBTI+ rights

Global civil society, gender equality and LGBTI+ rights

Q8. What is the annual tea consumption in China?

1.0m tonnes

1.5m tonnes

2.0m tonnes

2.5m tonnes

Q9. How many hectares does Unilever’s Kericho tea plantation cover?

6,700

7,700

8,700

9,700

Q10. Which of the three dimensions of Fairtrade justice relate to the economy?

Recognition

Redistribution

Representation

Resources

Q11. Who is Fairtrade designed to support the most?

Consumers

Factory workers

Farmers

Transnational companies

Q12. Which of the following are Fairtrade products?

Tea

Coffee

Cocoa

All of the above

Q13. What is the aim of Fair trade?

To challenge social injustice

To challenge trade injustice

To challenge political injustice

To challenge environmental injustice

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