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18.4  International Institutions and Policies for Global Growth

1) Which of the following is true about the World Bank?

A) It is a multinational agency that specializes in development loans.

B) It is a U.S. agency that specializes in development loans.

C) It is a U.N. sponsored agency that specializes in development loans.

D) It is made up of all central banks in the world.

2) The multinational agency that specializes in making loans to developing nations in an effort to promote long-term development and growth is the

A) International Monetary Fund.

B) World Trade Organization.

C) United Nations Development Program.

D) World Bank.

3) Approximately what percentage of the World Bank's loans go to developing nations in the East Asia/Pacific and South Asia regions combined?

A) 10%

B) 40%

C) 70%

D) 100%

4) The World Bank makes loans primarily to

A) nations without free markets, such as North Korea.

B) developing nations.

C) the United States.

D) highly developed nations.

5) The multinational organization that aims to promote world economic growth by fostering financial stability is the

A) International Monetary Fund.

B) World Trade Organization.

C) United Nations.

D) World Bank.

6) A nation's account with the IMF is called its

A) deposit surplus.

B) current account.

C) quota subscription.

D) capital account.

7) The World Bank was formed in

A) 1930.

B) 1960.

C) 1945.

D) 1918.

8) The World Bank is

A) made up of the central banks of the leading industrial nations of the world.

B) made up of five separate institutions.

C) the Bank of the United Nations.

D) the European Union.

9) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an international organization designed to

A) promote world economic growth by means of greater financial stability.

B) promote world economic growth via loans to developed nations.

C) circulate a single currency worldwide.

D) act as the world's central bank.

10) The international unit of accounting used by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is called

A) the Eurodollar.

B) the IMF dollar.

C) the quota subscription.

D


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