Test: A Shirt in the Market- 1


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QUESTION: 1

In recent times goods are also sold through advanced means such as

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Goods are sold through the internet. E-commerce is blooming day by day and it has made shopping more easy and convenient.

QUESTION: 2

Budh bazaar and Shani bazaar are the example of

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QUESTION: 3

Erodes merchants who sell goods to Delhi they sell to the foreigner who are from

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QUESTION: 4

The amount that is left or gained from earnings after deducting all the costs. If the costs are more than the earnings, it would lead to a loss.

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QUESTION: 5

Who earn the least in the Erode market

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QUESTION: 6

How much is the earning of Swapna from cotton cultivation

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Swapna’s earning from cotton cultivation is barely more than what she might have earned as a wage labourer.

QUESTION: 7

What work do the women at the Impex garment factory produce

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QUESTION: 8

Putting out system is prevalent in the ___ industry in most region of India

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QUESTION: 9

In which market goods are sold and purchase in large quantity

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QUESTION: 10

A chain of market links the producer of cotton to the buyer at the ___

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A chain of markets links the producer of cotton to the buyer at the supermarket. Buying and selling takes place at every step in the chain. There are people who make profits in the market and there are some who do not gain as much from this buying and selling.

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