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Listening comprehension Mar 05, 2009

Listening comprehension Mar 05, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. What seems to be the main danger to Asean economies?
a) declining currencies.
b) bankruptcy of the banking system.
c) declining exports.
d) rising inflation.

2. Where was the cause of the present economic crisis?
a) the Singapore banking system.
b) the conflict on the Thai-Cambodian border.
c) natural catastrophes.
d) crisis in the Western economies.
3. Which country is Asean's wealthiest member?
a) Singapore.
b) Indonesia.
c) Malaysia.
d) Thailand.

4. Which is Asean's largest economy?
a) Singapore.
b) Indonesia.
c) Malaysia.
d) Thailand.

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