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Electronics Quiz


True or False? Globally the world gives more in overseas aid than they spend on Apple products?

  • True
  • False

    265.5 billion USD is Apple’s annual revenue vs 145 billion USD in official development assistance. False . 265.5 billion USD is Apple’s annual revenue vs 145 billion USD in official development assistance.

Points: 1

Which country is the biggest producer of global electronics

  • China

    China exports 982 billion USD in electronics each year, making it China’s biggest export, and the world’s biggest producer.

  • Germany
  • America
  • Malaysia

Points: 1

How many large electronics companies have resolved the problem of slavery in their supply chain?

  • More than half
  • Half
  • 3 Companies
  • None

    No electronics company has dealt with the problem of slavery in their supply chain. All large electronics manufacturers likely have slavery tainting their production, whether it be at minerals extraction or manufacturing. A number of companies have made significant strides forward.

Points: 1

Which country is the biggest supplier of cobalt, a crucial material in battery production?

  • Philippines
  • Democratic Republic of Congo

    Democratic Republic of Congo, where the worst forms of child labour and forced labour remain a significant problem.

  • China
  • The United States

Points: 1

True or False? The supply chain of electronics companies is too complex for the problem of slavery to ever be adequately addressed?

  • True
  • False

    Electronics companies include the most valuable companies in the world. Apple, for examples, is the world’s first public company valued over $1 trillion. They have the most resources at their disposal, if they choose to use it, to tackle the problem of slavery, despite the complexity of their supply chains.

Points: 1

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