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In contrast to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, the Chinese unemployment rate fell by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.


(A) In contrast to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, the Chinese unemployment rate fell by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.

(B) In contrast to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, China cut its unemployment rate, falling by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.

(C) When compared with rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, China cut its unemployment rate by more than ten percent due to demand abroad for Chinese goods that had increased.

(D) Compared with rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, China cut its unemployment rate by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.

(E) Compared to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods caused China’s unemployment rate to fall by more than ten percent.
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In contrast to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, the Chinese unemployment rate fell by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.


(A) In contrast to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, the Chinese unemployment rate fell by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.

(B) In contrast to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, China cut its unemployment rate, falling by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.

(C) When compared with rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, China cut its unemployment rate by more than ten percent due to demand abroad for Chinese goods that had increased.

(D) Compared with rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, China cut its unemployment rate by more than ten percent due to increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods.

(E) Compared to rising unemployment rates in the United States and Canada, increasing demand abroad for Chinese goods caused China’s unemployment rate to fall by more than ten percent.


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As with all others , Employment rates is compared with China
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Logical contrast between employment rate in US and Canada and China's employment rates in option A.
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