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A committee appointed to investigate a particular matter is a __________. A. parliament B. tribunal C. federation D. constitution
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User: A committee appointed to investigate a particular matter is a __________. A. parliament B. tribunal C. federation D. constitution

Weegy: B. tribunal
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User: Which of the following statements about New Zealand's economy is false? A. New Zealand has a small population and a relatively small market, which hampers its economic growth. B. New Zealand is now diversifying exports and trading more with other countries like Japan and the United States. C. New Zealand has a strong economy built mostly on the mining and manufacturing sectors. D. After joining the European Union, Great Britain was no longer able to provide New Zealand with discounts.

Weegy: C. New Zealand has a strong economy built mostly on the mining and manufacturing sectors is false
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