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Quiz: How many workers live on $1.25 a day?

How many of the world's 3.1 billion workers live on just $1.25 per day -- the global poverty line as defined by the World Bank?
Posted In: poverty, global economy, working poor
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Global Corruption Quiz: Which countries are best and worst?

When it comes to public sector corruption, which of the BRIC countries -- Brazil, Russia, India, and China -- ranks the best and the worst?
Posted In: corruption, Russia, China, India
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Which country depends most on exports?

Find out which country exports 56 percent of its GDP each year.
Posted In: exports, South Korea, China, Germany
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Globalist Quiz: Poverty in America versus the rest of the world

With nearly 50 million Americans living beneath the poverty line, we put poverty into perspective with today's quiz.
Posted In: quiz, poverty
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Globalist Quiz: The high price of natural disasters

Three months after 'Superstorm' Sandy ripped through the Northeast, the Senate has approved $50 billion in emergency relief. The high cost of natural disasters is the subject of today's quiz.
Posted In: quiz, Hurricane Sandy, natural disasters
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How does the U.S. stack up on economic growth?

When it comes to economic growth, is the U.S. more like China or like Europe?
Posted In: economic growth, GDP
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How does the U.S. stack up on income inequality?

When it comes to income inequality is the United States more like Iran or France?
Posted In: income inequality
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The record of peace in the European Union

The European Union, and the euro -- for all its faults -- has been credited with keeping the continent relatively peaceful of late. And European peace is the subject of our quiz this morning.
Posted In: European Union, Nobel Prize, war, quiz
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The future of the global car market

What would the world's roads look like if countries like China and India caught up with the United States?
Posted In: car, China, energy
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U.S. spending on Afghanistan and the United Nations

In this week's quiz, Stephan Richter shows us how U.S. spending in Afghanistan stacks up against American spending for the United Nations.
Posted In: afghanistan, United Nations, government spending

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