4.2 Multiple choice questions

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Question 9

International economic regulation operates on two levels. Which are they?

  • (a) Political and economic

  • (b) Unipolar and multipolar

  • (c) Regional and global

  • (d) Financial and political

Answer

International economic regulation operates on two levels, which are:

  • (c) Regional and global

Question 10

Despite the global relevance of International Economic Law, such law is also concerned with the regulatory frameworks of certain regional trading blocks. Which are these blocks?

  • (a) The NATO and the G8

  • (b) The WTO, the IMF and the World Bank Group

  • (c) The World Intellectual Property Organization and the European Patent Office

  • (d) The European Union, the European Free Trade Area, the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mercosur, the Association of Southeast Nations and the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation

Answer

International Economic Law is also concerned with the regulatory frameworks of the following regional trading blocks:

  • (d) The European Union, the European Free Trade Area, the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mercosur, the Association of Southeast Nations and the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation

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