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Question 1: These coins had been introduced through Manila over a period of two hundred and fifty years, arriving on ships from ________ in Mexico.
ZihuatanejoIxcateopan de CuauhtémocTaxcoAcapulco

Question 2: The first of these local silver coins was the ________ silver dollar coin that was minted at a mint in Hong Kong between the years 1866 and 1868.
MacauHong KongPhilippinesUnited States

Question 3: The yen replaced Tokugawa coinage, a complex monetary system of the ________ based on the mon.
Tokugawa shogunateBakumatsuTokugawa YoshinobuEdo period

Question 4: This is because mainly English speakers who visited Japan at the end of the ________ era to the early Meiji era spelled words this way.
Edo periodUkiyoEdoEmperor Meiji

Question 5: Walter Henry Medhurst, who had not come to Japan and interviewed some Japanese in ________ (Jakarta), spelled some "e"s as "ye" in his An English and Japanese, and Japanese and English Vocabulary (1830).
History of JakartaMaluku IslandsIndonesiaDutch East India Company

Question 6: The yen lost most of its value during and after ________.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 7: These ships were known as the ________.
Pacific OceanSpainManila galleonPhilippines

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Question 9: The relative value of the yen is determined in ________ by the economic forces of supply and demand.
Foreign exchange marketStock marketStock exchangeFutures contract

Question 10: The ________ (SDR) Valuation is an IMF basket of currencies, including the Japanese yen.
Tobin taxEuroInternational Monetary FundSpecial Drawing Rights


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