Terminology
Causes for inequality
Various
World trade
Japan/Kenya
100

These are taxes or customs duties paid on imports. 

What are tariffs?

100

The policy or practice of acquiring full or partial political control over another country, occupying it with settlers, and exploiting it economically.

What is colonialism?

100

This is needed for a sustainable development population-wise. 

What are family planning and a steady replacement rate?

100

These limit the amount of goods that can be imported.

What are quotas?

100

Three reasons Japan is more developed than Kenya.

What are the facts that it was not formerly colonised, their farming and industries are mechanised, they export expensive manufactured goods and services?

200

The country that receives aid.

What is recipient country?

200

This is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes.  

What is malaria?

200

This is appropriate technology.

What is technology that is right for the skills, wealth and needs of local people. 

200

This is the result if your country imports more than it exports.

What is trade deficit?

200

Four of Kenya's exports mentioned in the book or in class.

What are coffee, tea, roses, carnations, peas, beans, fruit and soda ash. 

300

The HDI measures these four variables. 

What are life expectancy at birth, mean years of schooling, expected years of schooling and GNI per capita?

300

This enabled the Industrial Revolution and early development in the UK.

Mineral deposits (like iron) and energy sources (like coal).

300

A sustainable development should lead to an improvement in this.

What are people's quality of life and standard of living?

300

The term used for foodstuffs and raw materials.

What are primary goods?

300

Reason why Kenya has had to buy more Japanese goods. 

What is the fact that Japan is Kenya's largest overseas investor due to bilateral aid?

400

This is sustainable development.

What is "A development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs"?

400

Countries are more likely to develop more quickly if they have a government that...(three characteristics).

What is stable, invest in the economy and avoid civil wars. 

400

Water from summer snowmelt is used for this in Ladakh (two things). 

What are irrigation and micro-hydro power? 

400

A collective term for tariffs, quotas and subsidies.

What are trade barriers?

400

Record held by Kenya in the early 1990s. 

What is the highest natural increase in the world?

500

The trading bloc for Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland. 

What is EFTA (European Free Trade Association)?

500

Countries are likely to develop more quickly if they are not affected by these natural hazards (5 hazards).

What are droughts, flooding, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tropical storms)?

500

The practice of using economics, globalisation, cultural imperialism and conditional aid to influence a country instead of the previous methods of direct military control (imperialism) or indirect political control.

What is neo-colonialism?

500

The number of EU member states.

27

500

The HDI of Japan (within 0.02).

What is 0.953?

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