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Question 1: The murder of ________, the Central Bank executive in charge of DIA admission, was directly linked to his non-compromising attitude to money launderers.
Anatoly ChubaisAndrey KozlovGalina StarovoytovaMoscow

Question 2: Maximum compensation is limited to 700,000 roubles (equivalent to 23 thousand US dollars or 17 thousand ________ at February 2009 exchange rate).
EuroEuropean Central BankEurozonePound sterling

Question 3: The Australian Prime Minister announced on October 12, 2008 that, in response to the ________, 100% of all deposits would be protected over the subsequent three year period.
Subprime mortgage crisisSubprime crisis impact timelineLate-2000s recessionFinancial crisis of 2007–2010

Question 4: The increased amount followed on ________'s move, in September 2008, to increase its deposit insurance to an unlimited amount.
Northern IrelandWalesIrish peopleIreland

Question 5: Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Baybars Karacaovali, Luc Laeven (2005), "Deposit Insurance Around the World: A Comprehensive Database", ________ Policy Research Working Paper 3628, June 2005
World Bank GroupBretton Woods systemInternational Monetary FundWorld Bank

Question 6: Deposit insurance in ________ is handled by the Norwegian Banks' Guarantee Fund (Bankenes sikringsfond) and covers deposits up to 2 million NOK.
PolandNorwayGermanyUnited States

Question 7: Malaysia Deposit Insurance Corporation (MDIC) (________)
Papua New GuineaMalaysiaSingaporePhilippines

Question 8: Central Bank of Russia used admission of banks into DIA system to weed out unsound banks and ________.
Offshore bankMoney launderingBank secrecyClearstream

Question 9: Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC) (________)
India and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaLok SabhaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 10: Explicit deposit insurance is a measure implemented in many ________ to protect bank depositors, in full or in part, from losses caused by a bank's inability to pay its debts when due.
EnglandUnited KingdomCountryScotland


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