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Question 1: Double-cropping of ________ was encouraged, so farmers could harvest twice in one year and effectively double their output.

Question 2: By 1975, manufacturing activities constituted 16% of the Malaysian ________ (GDP), one per cent short of the target of the Second Malaysia Plan.
JEL classification codesEconomicsGross domestic productEconomy

Question 3: The plan called for the construction of two new ports, both in peninsular Malaysia; one would be in ________, and another would be in Kuantan, a major town in Pahang.
Muar (town)JohorSri GadingJohor Bahru

Question 4: Although ________ was established as a national goal in 1964, efforts during the Second Malaysia Plan to promote it were hampered by government neglect.
Optimum Population TrustReproductive healthFamily planningFood security

Question 5: However, bauxite and ________ continued to contribute to the mining sector in the early 1970s.

Question 6: However, ________, which depressed rubber prices, greatly set back the Malayan economy.
Republican Party (United States)United StatesGreat DepressionFederal Reserve System

Question 7: It also began revamping the curriculum for science and ________, and began a new program to review the various social science curricula.
Set theoryMathematical logicGeometryMathematics

Question 8: Between 1972 and 1975, the ________ (CPI) unexpectedly increased by 40%.
Retail Prices Index (United Kingdom)InflationConsumer price indexConsumer price index by country

Question 9: Despite RISDA failing to meet its targets, the ________ industry in Malaysia continued to grow.
ButterOlive oilSoybeanPalm oil

Question 10: In 1974, the exclusive right to own, explore and exploit petroleum in Malaysia was vested in the government enterprise of ________.
Kuala LumpurCambodiaSingaporePetronas


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