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MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  1) 
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The  World  Trade  Organizati on (WTO)  was  organized  as a  successor  to the 
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1) 
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_______  A) 
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UNCTAD.  B) 
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the World Bank.  C) 
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IMF.  D) 
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GATT.  E) 
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UN.    2) 
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The WTO  was  establishe d by the  ________  of  multilater al trade  negotiatio ns. 
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2)  ____ ___  K e n n e dy  R ou nd  Ur uguay Round 
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Tokyo Round  D) 
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Dillon Round  E) 
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None of the  above.    3) 
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The Smoot - Hawley  Tariff Act of  1930 has  generally  been  associated  with 
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3)  ______ _  r e c o v e r y   f r om  the  wo rld wi de  de pre ssi on.  non - tariff barriers. 
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falling tariffs.  D) 
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free trade.  E) 
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intensifying the  worldwide depression.    4) 
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The  optimum  tariff  is most  likely to  apply to 
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4)  ______ _  a   s m a l l   t a r iff  im po sed  by  lar ge  co unt ry.  sm all tariff imposed by a small  country. 
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a large tariff  imposed by a large country.  D) 
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a large tariff  imposed by a small country.  E) 
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None of the above.    5) 
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The  prohibitiv e tariff  is  a tariff  that 
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5)  ____ ___  i s   s o   l o w   t h a t   t h e   g o v e r n m e n t  pr oh ibi ts  its  us si nc it  w ou ld  lo se  an  im po rta nt  re ve nu so ur ce is  so  hi gh that it causes undue  harm to import  competing sectors. 
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is so high that it  eliminates imports.  D) 
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is so high that it  causes undue harm to trade - partner economies.  E) 
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None of the  above.    6) 
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The  existence  of  marginal  social  benefits  which are  not  marginal  benefits  for the  industry  producing  the import  substitutes 
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