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Q34 the market for recycled commodities like aluminum

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Q34: The market for recycled commodities like aluminum and other metals remain strong despite economic changes in the recycling industry. A. commodities like aluminum and other metals remain B. commodities like those of aluminum and other metals are remaining C. commodities such as aluminum and other metals remains D. commodities, such as aluminum and other metals, remain E. commodities, like the commodities of aluminum and other metals, remains Answer: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Q35 to Q37: (The following is excerpted from material written in 1992.) Many researchers regard Thailand’s recent economic growth, as reflected by its gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates, Line as an example of the success of a modern (5) technological development strategy based on the market economics of industrialized countries. Yet by focusing solely on aggre- gate economic growth data as the measure of Thailand’s development, these research- (10) ers have overlooked the economic impact of rural development projects that improve people’s daily lives at the village level— such as the cooperative raising of water 30
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buffalo, improved sanitation, and the devel- (15) opment of food crops both for consumption and for sale at local markets; such projects are not adequately reflected in the country’s GDP. These researchers, influenced by Robert Heilbroner’s now outdated develop- (20) ment theory, tend to view nontechnological development as an obstacle to progress. Heilbroner’s theory has become doctrine in some economics textbooks: for example, Monte Palmer disparages nontechnological (25) rural development projects as inhibiting constructive change. Yet as Ann Kelleher’s two recent case studies of the Thai villages Non Muang and Dong Keng illustrate, the nontechnological- versus -technological (30) dichotomy can lead researchers not only to overlook real advances achieved by rural development projects but also mistakenly to conclude that because such advances are initiated by rural leaders and are based on (35) traditional values and practices, they retard “real” economic development. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q35: The primary purpose of the passage is to --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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