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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Globalisation and the Indian Economy - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Globalisation and the Indian Economy - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

Around which year, need for removing barriers on foreign trade and foreign investment in India was felt ?


Answer :

1990
1991
1992
2000


Question :

It refers to globalisation which creates opportunities for all and ensures that its benefits are better shared.


Answer :

Privatisation
Special Economic Zones (SEZ)
WTO
Fair globalisation


Question :

Rapid integration or interconnection between countries is known as


Answer :

Privatisation
Globalisation
Liberalisation
Socialisation


Question :

Examples of industries where production is carried out by a large number of small producers around the world


Answer :

Garments
Footwear
Sport items
All of them


Question :

Effect of Chinese toys on Indian toy makers is


Answer :

No effect
Making profits
Suffering losses
None of them


Question :

Till 2006, how many members were there in WTO?


Answer :

139
150
101
149


Question :

Globalisation, by connecting countries, shall result in


Answer :

lesser competition among producers.
greater competition among producers
no change in competition among producers.


Question :

Post 50 years have seen several improvements in


Answer :

Transportation technology
Information technology
Communication technology
All of them


Question :

_________ is one such organisation whose aim is to liberalise international trade


Answer :

UNICEF
World Bank
WTO
IDBI


Question :

Industries where small manufacturers have been hit hard due to competition.


Answer :

Batteries
Tyres
Dairy Products
All of them