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Question 1: The export of defense-related articles and services on the United States Munitions List (USML) is governed by the Department of State under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (________).
International Traffic in Arms RegulationsUnited KingdomSatelliteRussia

Question 2: To do so, the Export Yellow Pages is published online and in print and is delivered to embassies, trade centers, ________, and associations worldwide.
JapanIstanbulConsul (representative)United Kingdom

Question 3: There are several global B2B directories and also country-specific directories, such as Kelly's Directory in the U.S., Tradeget[18] in India, and Alibaba in ________.
Time in ChinaChinaReligion in ChinaProvince (China)

Question 4: The most restricted destinations are the embargoed countries and those countries designated as supporting terrorist activities including ________, North Korea, Sudan, Syria and Iran (see: Sanctions against Iran).
PhilippinesCubaFranceCyprus

Question 5: UNSTAT, FAOSTAT, ________), supranational statistical institutes (e.g.
NATOItalyUnited KingdomOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Question 6: As you might expect, the lower risk of export typically results in a lower ________ on sales than possible though other modes of international business.
Efficient-market hypothesisFundamental analysisFinancial ratioRate of return

Question 7: While ________ is most credited with the development of the theory (in Chapter 7[12] of his Principles of Political Economy, 1817),[13] James Mills and Robert Torrens produced similar ideas.
Thomas Robert MalthusRobert Torrens (economist)John Stuart MillDavid Ricardo

Question 8: In contrast to ________, the first systematic body of thought devoted to international trade, emerged during the 17th and 18th centuries in Europe.
GeorgismMercantilismNeoclassical economicsKeynesian economics

Question 9: Trade barriers are generally defined as government laws, regulations, ________, or practices that either protect domestic products from foreign competition or artificially stimulate exports of particular domestic products.
Political sciencePolicy analysisPolicy studiesPolicy

Question 10: The agricultural industry is commonly subsidized, both in the United States, and in other countries including Japan and nations located in the ________ (EU).
European ParliamentEuropean UnionDenmarkGermany
















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