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Q: Which of the following words or phrases could be placed along the fuse in the cartoon to indicate how global events could ignite the firecrackers? A. international investment and trade in currencies
B. offshore jobs and immigration C. multinational corporations and free-market policies D. competition and wages
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User: Which of the following words or phrases could be placed along the fuse in the cartoon to indicate how global events could ignite the firecrackers? A. international investment and trade in currencies B. offshore jobs and immigration C. multinational corporations and free-market policies D. competition and wages

Weegy: We need to see the cartoon to answer this question.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Which statement describes both Nigeria and Venezuela? A. Both countries have a free market economy. B. Both countries have rich supplies of a valuable natural resource. C. Both countries have become major manufacturing powers. D. Both countries have tried to diversify their economies.

Weegy: B. Both countries have rich supplies of a valuable natural resource.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Why does globalization sometimes cause job loss in developed nations? A. Globalization prevents companies from hiring more workers. B. The movement of jobs to other countries can cause unemployment. C. Working conditions in LDCs are often worse than in developed countries. D. Globalization forces workers to migrate to developed countries.

Weegy: B. The movement of jobs to other countries can cause unemployment.
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: After World War II, the U.S. gave money to countries in Asia to help them rebuild. What is this an example of? A. debt rescheduling B. foreign direct investment C. foreign portfolio investment D. foreign aid

Weegy: The answer is D, foreign aid.
miss186|Points 490|

User: Which of the following is a negative externality of creating a hydroelectric dam on a major river? A. lakes for tourists B. energy creation C. improved flood control D. environmental impact

Weegy: D. Environmental impact
AwesomeGuy200|Points 1177|

User: Writer Thomas Friedman compared the new globalized economy to a race that competitors must run over and over again. What did he mean by this? A. People will need to reinvent the same products over and over. B. Companies will have to travel farther and faster than ever before. C. The future world economy will be very fast-paced. D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.

Weegy: D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: The hope of reward that encourages a person to behave in a certain way is a(n

User: A bridge is an example of something that is usually provided as a

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