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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 experience of British business in Iran between the 1860’s and the 1970’s is one example of the changing Line importance of British enterprise in Asia (5) as a whole. Before 1914 British busi- ness established and dominated Iran’s modern industrial and financial sector; in the 1920’s this domination began to wane; by the 1960’s British enterprise (10) was of little importance in the Iranian economy. While in Japan and India the decline of British business was primarily a function of the rise of strong indige- nous business groups, in Iran, by (15) contrast, the government played a large role in both challenging British commercial interests and stimulating locally owned enterprise. Periodic surges of intense Iranian economic (20) nationalism must be understood partly as a reaction to the close relations between British business in Iran and the British government. In retrospect, it is possible to see the uneasy and (25) ambiguous nature of this relationship. It is true that the British Imperial Bank 28
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in Iran was never entirely a tool of the British government, and that the Anglo- Iranian Oil Company did not take its (30) orders from the British government, despite the 51 percent government shareholding. However, the relationship between British business and the British government was sufficiently close that (35) many Iranians understandably viewed the oil company and the bank as sym- bols of a British imperialist policy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q35: The primary purpose of the passage is to A. evaluate a country’s solution to a problem B. describe differing perceptions of a historical event C. contrast historical events in two countries D. provide an explanation for a historical phenomenon E. challenge an accepted explanation for a historical change Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q36: The passage suggests which of the following about British business in Japan and India as compared to British business in Iran? A. British business in Japan and India received less support from the British government than did British business in Iran. B. During the early twentieth century, British business played less of a role in the Japanese and Indian economy than it did in the Iranian economy. C. The governments of Japan and India played less of a role in the changing status of
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