CBSE History Class 10 The Making Of A Global World

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Brief Concepts of the Lesson - Trade is the activity of buying selling or exchanging goods or services between people firms or countries.

Indentured labour—A bonded labourer under contract to work for an employer for a specific amount to work for an employer for a specific amount of time to pay off his passage to a new country or home.

Tariff – Tax imposed on a country’s imports from the rest of the world. Tariff are levied at the point of entry i.e. the border or the airport.

Corn laws—The laws allowing the British Govt. to restrict the import of corn were popularly known as the corn laws.
Assembly line production – The assembly line is a manufacturing process in sequential manner to added to a product in sequential manner to create a finished product.
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Very Short Type Questions –

Q.1: -   What was the Bretton wood system?
Ans.     It was post war international economic system
Q.2: -   What did indentured labour mean?
Ans.     Bonded Labour           
Q.3: -   What were ‘Canal Colonies’?           
Ans.     Irrigated areas
Q.4: -   Which food traveled west from china to be called “Spaghetti’?      
Ans.     Noodles
Q.5: -   Which disease spread like wild fire in Africa in the 1890’s?
Ans.     Cattle plague
Q.6: -   Which was the Fabled city of gold?
Ans.     El Dorado       
Q.7: -   Who adopted the concept of assembly line to produce automobiles?
Ans.     Henry Ford
Q.8: - The Descendants of indentures workers is a Noble Prize winning writer is-
Ans.     V. S. Naipaul
Q.9: - The great Depression begin in
Ans.     1929   
Q.10: - The Chutney music popular in-
Ans.     South America
Q.11: - Rinderpest is a?
Ans.     Cattle disease in Africa
Q.12: - What was the aim of post war international economic system?
Ans.     The aim was to preserve economic stability and full employment in industrial world.
Q.13.   Which Institutions are refered as Bretton Woods twin?
Ans.     IMF and World Bank.
Q.14.   What are MNCs?
Ans.     MNCs means Multinational Coporation are large companies that operate in more than one countries.

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