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Economics : 10 Fast Quizzes

Company economics of nations, in today’s adjoined world economic climate, affects business and finance of many countries. As a result, in interest of ones economic situation, all nations also maintain an eye on the economics of other nation. As an example, the European economic crisis has actually impacted the entire globe.
Thus, in all assessments, whether for government service or private projects or highly regarded category university admittance, an honest know-how of economics as well as company finance guidelines are expected from the wanting candidates. Here are 10 select question on the topic of company as well as finance to check your basic expertise on the subject matter.

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Business and Economics 6

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Question 1
The Government of India has bought RBI's entire stake in the State Bank of India in about Rs 35,531 crores. What is the share of the RBI in total stake of the State Bank ? 
A
40%
B
48%
C
50%
D
52%
E
60%
Question 2
As per the figures given in the newspapers what is the approximate in-vestment in various 'Special Economic Zones' till date in India ? 
A
Rs. 20,000 crores
B
Rs. 25, crores
C
Rs. 30, 000 crores
D
Rs. 35, 000 crores
E
Rs. 40, 000 crores
Question 3
As per the Economic survey 2006-07 India's share in World Export has been 
A
0. 5%
B
0. 75%
C
1%
D
1.25%
E
1.5%
Question 4
In an important meeting of the National Development Council held in New Development Council held in New Delhi the Prime Minister of India made a special mention of a particular sector of Indian economy which in his opinion was suffering from a (Technological Fatigue for lack of breakthrough in production' He was talking of which of the fol-lowing sectors? 
A
Agriculture Sector
B
Oil Sector
C
Service Sector
D
Defence Sector
E
None of these
Question 5
The President of Brazil was recently on a vist to India where he signed serveral trade agreements. Which of the following has been the major area of trade relations between the two countries? 
A
Oil exploration
B
Supply of agro products
C
Production of nuclear fuel
D
Import of electronic goods
Question 6
'SEBI' bans some companies for their role in 'F & O Scam' was the news the in some major newspers. What is the full from of 'F & O'? 
A
Fair & Optimum
B
Free & Operational
C
Futures & Operations
D
Future & Options
E
None of these
Question 7
'Bharti Airtel', the largest mobile company of India recently joined the elite club of companies earning profits of more than US. l billion. What has been the net profit of the Company in the year 2006-07? About 
A
Rs. 3.500 crores
B
Rs. 4, 000 crores
C
Rs. 4250 crores
D
Rs. 4450 crores
E
Rs. 4, 500 crores
Question 8
As per the reports published by the 'Organisation for Economics Co -oper- ation and Development (OECD)' which of the following BRIC  countries has generated maximum new jobs in the past few years ? 
A
China
B
Russia
C
India
D
Brazil
E
None of these
Question 9
India's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew at which of the following rates during the year 2005-06 ? 
A
7%
B
8%
C
9%
D
10%
E
6%
Question 10
Mr. Sharad Pawar while talking to a Group of Ministers (GOM) recently mentioned 'The Union and State Governments are preparing plans for the revival of sick mills'. He also mentioned that, 'There is not a single mill which has not lost some mony in last few years' Mr Sharad Pawar was talking about the revival of which of the following mills? 
A
Textile Mills
B
Sugar Mills
C
Jute Mills
D
Public sector Companies
E
None of these
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