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The United States government employs a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than any government.

(A) a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than any
(B) a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than does any other
(C) much larger proportions of women in trade negotiations than has any
(D) proportions of women in trade negotiations that are much larger than any
(E) proportions of women in trade negotiations that are much larger than any other

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16 Apr 2004, 18:16
For the OA you'll have to find the correct answer post to this question which is elsewhere on the verbal board. I would certainly recommend Batliwala to post fewer questions at a time so that people can discuss each and every one of them in detail. Also, posting the OA to the question at hand in the right thread would also be much appreciated
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16 Apr 2004, 18:20
Oh yeah I completely forgot about this. I think batliwala got tired of posting those questions. May be he had too much coffee that day.

I agree with paul that it is better to post answer in the same thread.
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16 Apr 2004, 18:55
OA is B.

Yes Paul I fully agree with you and the businessman who always likes to tease me . I was kinda lost too... searching for the answer on a different page. I will try to close all the threads posted by me with the OA , .

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27 Aug 2011, 19:32
The United States government employs a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than any government.

(A) a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than any
(B) a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than does any other
(C) much larger proportions of women in trade negotiations than has any
(D) proportions of women in trade negotiations that are much larger than any
(E) proportions of women in trade negotiations that are much larger than any other

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