CUET Fundamentals of Human Geography Chapter 9 International Trade

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    CBSE
  • Textbook
    NCERT
  • Class
    Class 12
  • Subject
    Geography
  • Chapter
    CUET Fundamentals of Human Geography Chapter 9 International Trade
  • Chapter Name
    Chapter 9 International Trade
  • Category
    CUET (Common University Entrance Test) UG

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Geography - MCQ on International Trade

Class XII

Q.1. The old silk route was between:

China and South West Asia

China and South Asia

Africa and Japan

Fareast and India

Answer:

a) China and South West Asia

Q.2. Bileteral trade means:

Exchange of communication between two regions.

Exchange of communication between two countries.

Trade between the continents

All of the above

Answer:

 

b. Exchange of communication between two countries.

Q.3. Favourable balance of the trade means:

More imports and exports.

The value of exports will be more than imports.

The value of imports and exports will be equal.

Non

Answer:

 

b. The value of exports will be more than imports.

Q.4. GATT means:

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.

General Agreement on Trade.

General Agreement on Terminal Trade.

Non.

Answer:

a) General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.

Q.5. Sea Ports are:

good fishing grounds.

The gateways of international trade.

The collection centres.

The attractions of business men’s.

Answer:

 

b. The gateways of international trade.

Q.6. Horizontal trade means:

computing all stages of manufacturing in a single country.

Trade within a country.

Free Trade

Trade between two countries

Answer:

a) computing all stages of manufacturing in a single country.

Q.7. SAARC stands for:

a. South-East Association of Regional co-operation.

South-African Association of Regional co-operation.

South Asian Association of Regional co-operation.

South America Association of Regional co-operation.

Answer:

c) South Asian Association of Regional co-operation.

Q.8. Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries is known as:

OPC

OPEC

OPECE

OPEK

Answer:

 

b. OPEC

Q.9. .WTO stands for:

World Tribes Organisation

World Trade Organisation

World Tour Organisation

World Trait Organisation

Answer:

 

b. World Trade Organisation

Q.10. An Enter port is:

Specially handle export and import trade.

At this port goods are not imported for local consumption but are re-exported.

Ships on long routes call at those ports for fresh water, fuel And food etc.

These ports are mainly developed for defence purposes.

Answer:

 

b. At this port goods are not imported for local consumption but are re-exported.

Q.11. Which of the following is not a member country of ASEAN

Indonesia

Malaysia

Thailand

Pakistan

Answer:

 

d. Pakistan

Q.12. How many member countries are in the OPEC

12

11

13

14

Answer:

c) 13

Q.14. Which of the following is not a member of EFTA.

Norway, Switzerland

Portugal, Australia

Iceland, Finland

Germany, France

Answer:

 

d. Germany, France

Q.15. Which one of the following is not an aspect of international trade?

Volume of Trade

Composition of Trade

Direction of Trade

Variability of Trade

Answer:

 

d. Variability of Trade

Q.16. Most of the world’s great ports classified as:

Naval ports

Oil ports

Comprehensive ports

Industrial ports

Answer:

c) Comprehensive ports

Q.17. Which one of the following continents has the maximum flow of global trade?

Asia

North America

Europe

Africa

Answer:

c) Europe

Q.18. Which one of the following South American nation, is a port of OPEC?

Brazil

Chile

Venezuela

Peru

Answer:

c) Venezuela

Q.19. In which of the trade blocks is India an associate member?

SAFTA

OECD

ASEAN

OPEC

Answer:

ASEAN

Q.20. WTO is the successor of:

SAARC

ASEAN

OPEC

GATT

Answer:

 

d. GATT

Q.21. Balance of trade favourable when:

Imports excess exports

Exports excess imports

Exports of capital goods

Import of petroleum

Answer:

 

b. Exports excess imports.

Q.22. Free trade means:

Free exchange of goods

Absence of trade barriers

Trade liberalisation

None

Answer:

c) Trade liberalisation

Q.23. Barter system means:

Sale and purchase of goods in market place.

Sale and purchase of goods on credit base.

Direct exchange of goods and services.

None of the above.

Answer:

c) Direct exchange of goods and services.

Q.24. Packet Stations are:

a. Involve in packaging

b. Ferry port

c. Oil port

d. None

Answer:

 

b. Ferry port.

Exp. Are use for carrying passangers for short distances.

Q.25. Kochi and Karwar ports are ;

Inland ports

Naval

Enter Port

Commercial ports.

Answer:

 

b. Naval ports.

Q.26. Manchester is an :

Out port

Inland port

Naval port

None

Answer:

 

b. Inland port.

Q.27. Tripoli is an :

a. Commercial port

b. Oil port

c. Naval port

d. None

Answer:

 

b. Oil port.

Q.28. Silk Rout is the name given to the route between the:

a. China and South-West Asia.

b. China and south-East Asia

c. East Asia and India.

d. West Asia and India.

Answer:

 

b. China and South-East Asia.

Exp. This route was used to trade in silk, iron wares etc.

Q.29. International trade depends upon which of the following :

a. Differences in natural resources.

b. Marketable surplus.

c. Transport and communication

d. All the above

Answer:

 

d. All the above.

Q.30. Jute is widely exported from:

a. India

b. Bangladesh

c. Malaysia

d. Miyanmar

Answer:

 

b. Bangladesh.

Exp. Bangladesh is the largest producer of Jute in the world

Q.31. Norway is an important exporter of :

a. Wood

b. Paper & pulp

Answer:

 

b. Australia.

Q.32. Which of the following commodity is not entered in world trade:

a) Wheat

b)Rice

c)Machines

d)Garments

Answer:

b. Rice.

Exp. Because all the principle producers are also big consumer of rice.

Q.33.Which of the following countries earn more than 95% of their foreign exchange from primary products:

a)Mauritania

b) Zambia

c)Rawanda

d)All of the above

Answer:

d) All the above.Exp. These all are agrarian countries of Africa.

Q.34 …… is famous worldwide for its carpets since the ancient times:

a)Italy

b)Iraq

c)Iran

d)Turkey

Answer:

c) Iran.Exp.Iran has good quality angora sheep , source of wool for carpet industry.

Q.35.In the ancient times India has acknowledge for which of the commodity in the world:

a)Iron ore

b) Spices

c)Lac

d)Turkey

Answer:

b) Spices.

Q.36.Services accounted for ….of the global export in 1996.

a)35 per cent

b)25 per cent

c)15 per cent

d)45 per cent

Answer:

b)25 per cent.Exp. Service sector increases so rapidly all over the world.

Q.37.Vertical trade involves all the stages of manufacturing in:

One country

More than one country

Not certain

None

Answer:

b) More than one country.Exp. For example ,the skill intensive design and manufacturing of a microchip in one country and its assembly in another.

Q.38.Which of the following country tops the vertical trade in the world :;

U.S.A

Switzerland

Netherlands

Germany

Answer:

c) Netherlands.Exp. Because Netherlands is a very small country with a small human force.

Q.39.Among the countries involve in horizontal trade which of the following is at the top:

a)China

b)U.S.A

c)Japan

d) India

Answer:

c) JapanExp. H.T. Accounts for about 97%.

Q.40.Today roughly how much of the total amount of world’s out put is traded among the nation-states:

a)20 %

b)30 %

c)25%

d)40%

Answer:

c) 25%.

Q.41.NAFT was established in :

a)1980

b)1970

c)1988

d)1999

Answer:

c) 1998.Exp. NAFT stand for North American Free Trade Agreement.

Q.42.Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries( OPEC)was established in

1950

1960

1980

1970

Answer:

b)1960.

Q.43. What is the need for trading:

a)Trade is essential for economic growth.

b)Trade is essential for the growth of transport

c) Trade is required to prosper

d) None

Answer:

.a) Trade is essential for economic growth. Exp. Because through it countries earn foreign exchange.

Q.44……accounts for the highest share in the international trade:

a)Agriculture

b)Manufacturing

c)Capital goods

d)Services

Answer:

b) Manufacturing.Exp. Manufacturing is very important in each field of production.

Q.45.Manufacturing accounts for about ….in the international trade:

a)43%

b)75%

c)73%

d)11.5%

Answer:

c) 73%

Q.46.The commodity which is imported extensively by the nations is :

a)Food stuffs

b)Fuels

c) Machinery

d)Manufacturing

Answer:

d) manufacturing.

Q.47.Until 1960 ,most Trans-National Corporations were from :

a)U.S.A & U.K

b)Japan

c) Germany

d) China

Answer:

a) U.S.A & U.KExp. Because rest of the world was either underdeveloped or was busy in developing their industries.

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