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Criticism of Wal-Mart: Quiz


Question 1: For example, in 1995, Chinese dissident Harry Wu charged that Wal-Mart was contracting prison labor in ________.
GuangdongCantonese (Yue)ShenzhenGuangzhou

Question 2: Economists at the ________ suggest that Wal-Mart is a success because it sells products that people want to buy at low prices, satisfying customer's wants and needs.
Cato InstituteFusionism (politics)Anarcho-capitalismFriedrich von Hayek

Question 3: Wal-Mart has been accused of selling merchandise at such low costs that competitors have tried to sue it for ________ (intentionally selling a product at low cost in order to drive competitors out of the market).
Predatory pricingCoercive monopolyAnti-competitive practicesMarket power

Question 4: In the mid-1990s, ________ had a "Buy American" campaign.
Intel CorporationWal-MartAmerican ExpressMcDonald's

Question 5: ________, community groups, grassroots organizations, religious organizations, and environmental groups protest against Wal-Mart, the company's policies and business practices, and Wal-Mart customers.
Universal suffrageTrade unionSlaveryHuman rights

Question 6: Wal-Mart has never carried ________ albums, solely because of the controversy surrounding the group, but recently began selling Nine Inch Nails albums after rejecting them for years.
Jeordie WhiteMarilyn Manson (band)Marilyn MansonAntichrist Superstar

Question 7: [48] The company has also faced similar lawsuits in other states, including Pennsylvania,[49] Oregon, and [50] ________.
North DakotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulMinnesotaSaint Paul, Minnesota

Question 8: Yet by 2005, about 60% of ________'s merchandise was imported, compared to 6% in 1995.
Intel CorporationAmerican ExpressMcDonald'sWal-Mart

Question 9: In 1998, Wal-Mart proposed construction of a store off Charlotte Pike near ________.
Columbus, OhioBostonNashville, TennesseeMemphis, Tennessee

Question 10: [63] In comparison, Wal-Mart rival and wholeseller ________ insures approximately 96% of its eligible workers, although Costco has been criticized by investors for its high labor costs.

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