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CEO, Global Sugars; Setting up a Beet sugar plant in civil

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Kudos [?]: 102 [0], given: 13

Location: United States
Concentration: General Management, Finance
GMAT 1: 680 Q50 V32
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New post 09 Jul 2012, 01:14
A. Wars are profitable for the author's particular business.
WRONG because we don't know war is profitable always. In the other business is revolution. It may or maynot have resulted in a war.
B. Kanjing province is a more stable nation than Yangon presidency.
WRONG because we don't know war is profitable always. In the other business is revolution. It may or maynot have resulted in a war.
C. Critics of the proposed plant in Yangon presidency are likely to be biased.
WRONG because it goes beyond the scope of the argument.
D. The proposed plant in Kanjing province will generate profits, despite war.
CORRECT. We know that he quotes profits in the evidence and quotes the plant in the Kanjing province separately. So, this is his intended meaning.

E. The proposed plant in Kanjing province will be more successful than in Yangon presidency.
WRONG because there is no information to compare the two.

Kudos [?]: 102 [0], given: 13

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