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Keiretsu: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: One effect of this structure was to minimize the presence of ________ in Japan, because no entities could challenge the power of the banks.
Corporate financeLeveraged buyoutTakeoverStock

Question 2: ________ such as Oneworld and the Star Alliance have also been described as keiretsu.
Airline hubBusiness classAirline allianceInternational Air Transport Association

Question 3: The keiretsu model has not appeared outside Japan, but many non-Japanese businesses are described as keiretsu such as the Virgin Group (UK), Tata Group (India) and ________ (USA).
Cisco SystemsMicrosoftDellIntel Corporation

Question 4: Before Japan's surrender, Japanese industry was controlled by large family-controlled ________ called zaibatsu.
Barriers to entryNatural monopolyMonopolyCompetition law

Question 5: system, series, grouping of enterprises, order of succession) is a set of companies with interlocking ________ relationships and shareholdings.
Companies lawCorporate lawCorporationBusiness

Question 6: During the occupation of Japan, under the Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers, General ________, a partially successful attempt was made to dissolve the zaibatsu in the late 1940s.
Douglas MacArthurDwight D. EisenhowerJohn J. PershingGeorge Marshall

Question 7: ________ is considered the biggest of the "vertically-integrated" keiretsu groups.
ToyotaHondaMazdaSuzuki

Question 8: The prototypical keiretsu are those which appeared in Japan during the "economic miracle" following ________.
World War IISoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 9: The major keiretsu were each centered around one ________, which lent money to the keiretsu's member companies and held equity positions in the companies.
Offshore bankInvestment bankingCommercial bankBank
















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