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Quiz: What's the deal with trade?
Demonstrations at Seattle in 1999
Controversy has surrounded trade
Do you know your WTO from your WWF? A framework accord on world trade has been agreed, aimed at cutting rich countries' farming subsidies in return for developing countries opening markets for manufacturing goods.

Test your knowledge of the ins and outs of the debate on globalisation and free trade with our quiz.

Question 1
How much do rich countries spend on subsidising their farmers every day?
A: $100m
B: $500m
C: $1 billion
D: $ 5 billion
Question 2
How much of the price of a jar of instant coffee purchased in a supermaket goes to the coffee grower?
A: 50%
B: 20%
C: 10%
D: 1%
Question 3
Who is the world's biggest exporting nation?
A: Japan
B: USA
C: Germany
D: China
Question 4
What sector makes up the biggest proportion of developing country exports?
A: Manufacturing
B: Agriculture
C: Mining
D: Service
Question 5
How many people work in Bangladesh's textile industry?
A: 250,000
B: 500,000
C: 1,500,000
D: 10,000,000
Question 6
What percent of Zambia's exports are made up of copper?
A: 20%
B: 35%
C: 70%
D: 95%
Question 7
What was the WTO known as before 1995?
A: UNCTAD
B: ILO
C: ITO
D: GATT
Question 8
Only one of these countries is not a member of the WTO. Which one?
A: China
B: Saudi Arabia
C: Russia
D: Albania

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