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What international trade theory or theories best explain the rise of india as a major exporter of pharmaceuticals?

The correct answer is Porter’s Diamond theory. Basically, India has an abundance of resources and of workforce. This enables them to have high quality workers who manufacture high quality products using high quality resources. Because of the state of the economy, you pay them very little meaning you get cheap …

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The Roman Empire faced all of the following economic problems during its decline except __________. A. high unemployment B. overspending C. interrupted trade D. the reduction of new resources

The correct answer is A) high unemployment. The Roman Empire faced all of the following economic problems during its decline except high unemployment. The Roman Empire decline was due to many reasons. Barbarian tribes invaded Roman territories. The last one was the invasion led by barbaric leader Odoacer, that deposed …

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Iran remained a politically independent nation. However, Russia controlled trade in northern Iran, and Britain controlled trade in southern Iran. This is an example of a. Colony Protectorate Sphere of influence

The correct answer is Sphere of influence Explanation: The concept sphere of influence refers to an exclusive power a country has over the economy, military forces or politics of a different country and that mainly benefits the country the outsider nation. This concept differs from the colony and from protectorate …

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Aksum’s trading partners included Greece, India, Yemen, and Persia, but because of barriers such as desert and mountains, they usually did not trade with other Africans from the interior of the continent. true or false

The correct answer is true. It is true that Aksum’s trading partners included Greece, India, Yemen, and Persia, but because of barriers such as desert and mountains, they usually did not trade with other Africans from the interior of the continent. One of the most important kingdoms in ancient Africa …

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Free trade eliminates the exploitative nature of businesses coming in, buying a large quantity of goods for a very small price and then reselling them on the international market. A) True B) False

Free trade eliminates the exploitative nature of businesses coming in, buying a large quantity of goods for a very small price and then reselling them on the international market. A) True B) False

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The Europeans in the 1700s were the first to trade and sell Africans as slaves. true or false

Answer: False Explanation: The Africans were the first to trade and sell African slaves. In fact, that’s how the Europeans started using slaves in the New World. It all began with conflicts in Africa, which caused the subjugated people to be enslaved. The Atlantic Slave Trade began in the late …

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How did the Atlantic Slave Trade impact Western Africa?

Some Africans captured in wars were sold to European traders by other Africans. Many were captured but died of disease or starvation before arriving. The Transatlantic slave trade profoundly diminished Africa’s prospective to develop economically and uphold its social and political stability. Socially, the biggest impact the Trans-Atlantic slave trade had …

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What was the name given to the trade system where finished manufacturing goods were sent to Africa in exchange for slaves who were sent to the americas and exchange for colonial goods that would finally be returned to the home

What was the name given to the trade system where finished manufacturing goods were sent to Africa in exchange for slaves who were sent to the americas and exchange for colonial goods that would finally be returned to the home

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Why did trade among the colonists flourish?

Colonies were founded with specific trade agreements in places. Its called specialization. Its because it was easier and cheaper for each colony to produce what suited them better. So one place that didn’t have a lot of lumber could trade something with the lumber colony. It makes things way more efficient. …

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In 19th-century England, the report of the Sadler Committee helped bring out the A). improvement of working conditions for women in mines and factories B). raising of the literacy rate C). passage of laws regulating child labor D). legalization of trade unions

In 19th-century England, the report of the Sadler Committee helped bring out the A). improvement of working conditions for women in mines and factories B). raising of the literacy rate C). passage of laws regulating child labor D). legalization of trade unions

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How did Chandragupta improve life during the Mauryan Empire? He unified the subcontinent of India. He followed the teachings of Buddha. He made advancements in science. He improved business and trade.

Answer: Option A. Explanation: He improved business and trade, is the right answer. Chandragupta Maurya founded the Maurya Empire. It was one of the empires of ancient times. He ruled over his empire actively and improve life by improving business and trade. He was succeeded by his son Bindusara. He …

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What was an effect of the growth of the industrial economy during the age of european imperialism? A.) European nations united and stopped competing against each other for prestige and control. B.) the role of race became much less important as European nations supported one another. C.) European nations exploited colonies in distant lands to get necessary natural resources. D.) the trade market expanded to include overseas colonies to trade with European nations.

What was an effect of the growth of the industrial economy during the age of european imperialism? A.) European nations united and stopped competing against each other for prestige and control. B.) the role of race became much less important as European nations supported one another. C.) European nations exploited …

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Which factor was a key reason for the economic success of the Greek city-states? A. new farming techniques B. geographical isolation C. war and conquest D. a booming system of trade

Answer: D. a booming system of trade Explanation: The sea (the Aegean and the whole Mediterranean) became the best means to put the Greek polis in contact with each other and with other civilizations, establishing an active trade of all kinds of products at long distances (reaching North Europe and …

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Ead the passage from “The Caged Bird.” The free bird thinks of another breeze and the trade winds soft through the sighing trees and the fat worms waiting on a dawn bright lawn and he names the sky his own What are the connotative meanings of sighing, as used in the poem? Check all that apply. longing sadness relaxation exhaling peacefulness breathing

Ead the passage from “The Caged Bird.” The free bird thinks of another breeze and the trade winds soft through the sighing trees and the fat worms waiting on a dawn bright lawn and he names the sky his own What are the connotative meanings of sighing, as used in …

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Why would this passage appear in trade agreement?

The correct answers are “It lets each nation protect its own industries” and “It let the partner nation know about decisions affecting its imports”. The passage shown in the question about article 5 of the 1985’s Israel Free Trade Agreement, states that when a product is imported in a significant …

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After world war i, how did japan gain economic influence in china? japan was given land in china during the peace process. japan held trade agreements it made with the emperor. japan kept its forces in china stationed in the capital. japan took control of chinese industry during the war.

Karl Marx developed the economic theory of communism. Further Explanation: One of Karl Marx’s most famous contributions came in his book the Communist Manifesto. This book explained Mark’s views on government, the economy, and ultimately lead to the creation of communism as an idea. A communism system is one that …

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At its height in the third century CE, Axum civilization dominated trade in northeastern Africa and accumulated tremendous wealth. How did depletion of natural resources lead to the civilizations decline

At its height in the third century CE, Axum civilization dominated trade in northeastern Africa and accumulated tremendous wealth. How did depletion of natural resources lead to the civilizations decline

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The passage of the Embargo Act A: authorized US ships to attack British ships. B: stopped all international trade to and from American ports. C: allowed the British to hurt the American economy. D: punished the French for impressing American sailors.

Answer: C) Nations begin to rely on each other for things they cannot produce themselves. Explanation: Globalization can lead to interdependence among nations. One of the most common ways in which this happens is through free trade. When two countries trade, they exchange goods and services. If the relationship is …

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What conclusion does the map most clearly support? A.Geographic elements protected ancient Greece from invasion and conquest by foreign peoples. B.Geographic elements made Greek city-states dependent on trade to obtain sufficient food resources C.Geographic elements encouraged the development of independent city-states. D.Geographic elements promoted the spread of Greek culture throughout the Mediterranean region

The Reformation actually started after Columbus’s landing in North America.  Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 was forced on Spain and Portugal by the Pope. The Pope basically said that all lands in the New World belonged to Spain and all new non-Christian lands in the Eastern Hemisphere belong to Portugal. …

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Which best describes the main source of success for the Minoan civilization? A.abundant resources and trade with distant lands B.flourishing industry and art within Minoan borders C.ambitious exploration of land and sea across continents D.aggressive invasions and conquests of neighboring territories

The Reformation actually started after Columbus’s landing in North America.  Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 was forced on Spain and Portugal by the Pope. The Pope basically said that all lands in the New World belonged to Spain and all new non-Christian lands in the Eastern Hemisphere belong to Portugal. …

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Which of the following can occur in a ferrel cell select all that apply A.doldrums b.westerlies c.northeast trade winds D.southeast trade winds E.polar eastlies

The right answer is Transgenic organisms can produce a desired product that may benefit other organisms. A transgenic organism contains DNA combining  stably integrated in all its cells. In other words, the organism, be it a plant, an animal or a microorganism, has a new piece of DNA embedded in …

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