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Quiz: Another view of world trade

Scenario 2: You are ambassador to the World Trade Organization in Geneva. You represent the Eurasian Union, one of the most powerful economies on the planet. You want to gain access to developing world markets for your high-tech manufactured goods. But some poor pesky countries like the Republic of Bajaria are kicking up a fuss. How are you going to get what you want?

Question 1
Should you invite the Bajarians to sign a bilateral free trade deal?
A: Yes
B: No
Question 2
Should you widen the discussion to issues of bilateral co-operation, especially development aid?
A: Yes
B: No
Question 3
Should you flood a ministerial meeting with your top negotiators?
A: Yes
B: No
Question 4
Should you quietly agree a memorandum of understanding with your chief rival, the rich United Regions of Neworldia?
A: Yes
B: No
Question 5
Should you get the president of Eurasia to call the Bajarian PM?
A: Yes
B: No
Question 6
Should you carefully distribute some "plants" - papers which apparently contain secret details of the Eurasian negotiating position?
A: Yes
B: No

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Listen to War by Other Means on Radio 4 , on Tuesday, 19 December at 2000 UK time.




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