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Maquiladora: Quiz


Question 1: The term "maquiladora", in the ________, refers to the practice of millers charging a "maquila", or "miller's portion" for processing other people's grain.
French languageSpanish languageRomanian languagePortuguese language

Question 2: The biggest threat came from ________'s Special Economic Areas.
Time in ChinaChinaProvince (China)Religion in China

Question 3: The ________ (1994) favorably impacted the growth of maquila plants.
New Zealand – United States relationsNorth American Free Trade AgreementCanada – United States Free Trade AgreementMexico

Question 4: In 1964, the ________, which allowed Mexican agricultural workers to work legally in the US on a seasonal basis, came to an end.
Mexico – United States borderBracero ProgramOperation WetbackFourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

Question 5: [9] While most people who were employed under the original ________ were men, the majority of maquiladora employees are young women.
Fourteenth Amendment to the United States ConstitutionOperation WetbackMexico – United States borderBracero Program

Question 6: Although the maquiladora industry suffered due to the ________, maquiladoras constituted 54% of the US-Mexico trade in 2004, and by 2005, the maquiladora exports accounted for half of Mexico's exports.
Great DepressionEarly 1990s recessionEarly 2000s recessionLong Depression

Question 7: [5] By the late twentieth century, the industry accounted for approximately 25 percent of Mexico’s ________, and 17 percent of total Mexican employment.
EconomicsGross domestic productJEL classification codesEconomy

Question 8: ________ (IVA) - Maquiladora companies are subject to paying VAT in Mexico on services or materials purchased in Mexico.
Value added taxTax havenFlat taxTax rates around the world


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