What are the purposes of international economic organizations? Check all that apply.
-to resolve trade disputes
-to promote fair and successful trade
-to encourage trade in developing countries
The graph below shows global trade and percentage of GDP.
What conclusion should be drawn from the graph?
Trade increases create higher GDP percentage rates.
A multinational organization is defined as a business that
operates in multiple countries.
Why do companies choose to outsource work?
to increase profits
How can businesses best take advantage of globalization?
by transporting resources from distant locations
What is the primary purpose of the European Union?
to allow more trade between countries
NAFTA can be defined as
an agreement between bordering nations.
In countries such as China, globalization has led to
a better standard of living.
Globalization has led nations to join trade organizations in order to
be able to compete better.
Trade blocs help countries by
allowing the pooling of resources.
The graph shows US Oil Import Prices from 1995 to 2010.
What most likely caused the steady increase in price per barrel of oil between 2001 and 2008?
demand from developing countries
The chart shows the percentage of population growth in different countries.
Based on the chart and the information in the lesson, which nation can expect to experience the most social issues of a developing country?
How has the Internet improved business communication worldwide? Select all that apply.
It allows for instant communication.
It enables people to monitor economic trends.
It makes it possible buy and sell instantly.
Which of the following causes the most problems in countries with low economic growth?
rapid population increase
The graph shows US trade with Mexico.
In what years did US exports to Mexico remain approximately the same?
Which group is an example of a commodity organization?
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
Globalization has the largest effect on
How did joining NAFTA affect the Mexican economy?
It helped improve the economy.