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BRIC: Quiz


Question 1: ________ publishes an annual table of social and economic national statistics in its Pocket World in Figures.
The EconomistPrivate EyeProspect (magazine)The Big Issue

Question 2: If investors read the Goldman's research carefully, and agreed with the conclusions, then they would gain exposure to Asian debt and equity markets rather than to ________.
South AmericaLatin AmericaAmericasLatin American culture

Question 3: They have effective ________ over any BRIC initiatives because without them, who cares really?
United StatesHungaryUnited States CongressVeto

Question 4: Contributors to the book include Nandan Nilekani, and ________, with publication scheduled for October 2007.
ChennaiShiv NadarTamil NaduHCL Enterprise

Question 5: However, it is important to note that it is not the intent of Goldman Sachs to argue that these five countries are a political alliance (such as the European Union) or any formal trading association, like ________.
Shanghai Cooperation OrganisationPacific Islands ForumSouth Asian Association for Regional CooperationASEAN

Question 6: The acronym was prominently used by Jim O'Neill[1] of ________ in 2001.
JPMorgan ChaseMorgan StanleyGoldman SachsCitigroup

Question 7: According to estimates provided by the USDA, the wealthiest regions outside of the G6 in 2015 will be ________, South Korea and Singapore.
MacauUnited StatesPhilippinesHong Kong

Question 8: A ________ paper published later in December 2005 explained why Mexico wasn't included in the original BRICs.
CitigroupGoldman SachsMorgan StanleyJPMorgan Chase

Question 9: [7][8] On June 16, 2009, the leaders of the BRIC countries held their first summit in ________, and issued a declaration calling for the establishment of a multipolar world order.
Serov (town)Nizhny TagilKamensk-UralskyYekaterinburg

Question 10: The BRIC term is also used by companies who refer to the four named countries as key to their ________ strategies.
G20 developing nationsNewly industrialized countryNon-Aligned MovementEmerging markets


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