84-Pocket_World

84-Pocket_World - Student Name 26 September 2010 Group...

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Student Name: Group: 26 September 2010 Total Possible Marks: 20 The Pocket World in Figures Here is a selection of questions drawn from the new edition of the Pocket World in Figures published by the Economist 3 1. Who are the world's biggest economies? Match the country to the level of GDP - measured in US dollars ($s) at market exchange rates (NB: The data is for 2008). 1/2 a mark for each correct matching! A. United States A. $2857bn B. China B. $3649bn C. Japan C. $14093bn D. France D. $4911bn E. Germany E. $4327bn F. United Kingdom F. $1679bn G. Spain G. $1604bn 1 2. Banco Santander is one of the biggest banks in the world - what is the country of ownership? 3 3. There are big differences in average life expectancy across countries at different stages of economic development. Match the country with their life expectancy A. Japan A. 45.5 years B. Spain B. 65.2 years C. India C. 52.9 years D. South Africa D. 83.7 years E. Afghanistan E. 81.6 years F. Cuba F. 79.1 years 3 4. Economic Growth Rates
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course ECO 51844 taught by Professor Sabet during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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