84-Pocket_World_Key

84-Pocket_World_Key - Student Name: 26 September 2010...

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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. C United States A. $2857bn B. E China B. $3649bn C. D Japan C. $14093bn D. A France D. $4911bn E. B Germany E. $4327bn F. G United Kingdom F. $1679bn G. H Spain G. $1604bn 1 2. Banco Santander is one of the biggest banks in the world - what is the country of ownership? Spain 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. D Japan A. 45.5 years B. E Spain B. 65.2 years C. B India C. 52.9 years D. C South Africa D. 83.7 years E. A Afghanistan E. 81.6 years F. F Cuba
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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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