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1 Global Trading – Academic Connections Example Mrs. R. Martin

2 Geography Westinghouse Corporate Office Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania Westinghouse Home Office Sweden South Africa

3 Economics World Trade Organizations Members: Albania 8 September 2000 Angola 23 November 1996 Antigua and Barbuda 1 January 1995 Argentina 1 January 1995 Armenia 5 February 2003 Australia 1 January 1995 Albania Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Purpose of the WTO: Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Changes to the rules of trade require the agreement of all WTO members, who must reach consensus through rounds of negotiations. Seek to ensure that WTO agreements are being properly implemented.

4 History Currency Indian Rupee Currently, there is an exclusive club of international currencies namely - the US dollar, the British pound, the Japanese yen and the euro and now the Indian rupee. The new symbol will be a perfect representative of strength of the over-trillion-dollar Indian economy There are few other countries whose currencies are also designated as Rupee or Rupiah, like Indonesia, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

5 Music

6 Metric Conversion U.S. Standard Measure 1 Quarter Bottle 50 Yard Cubic inches (12 in ruler) Bathroom scale measure in pounds Metric System 0.95 liter 45 meters (50 X. 09) Cubic centimeters (12 x 2.5) 12 in ruler Kilograms

7 Math- Converting Currency Country and Currency Japan, 1200 Yen Canada, 5 Canadian Dollar Saudi Arabia, 150 Riyals U. S. Dollar $10.80 $3.65 $40.50

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