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# MSR from GMATprep 6_Global coffee consumption

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14 Jun 2017, 09:48
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Hi everyone,

I have some doubts for an IR question from GMAT prep6. I am surprised that I can't find an existing post related to this question.

I don't understand why the answer for the 3rd statement is Yes. I can't find any information in the tabs suggesting how to determine the potential to increase consumption of domestically produced coffee. Why India has greater potential than China? Is it because India produce more?
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05 Jul 2017, 07:19
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Hi everyone,

I have some doubts for an IR question from GMAT prep6. I am surprised that I can't find an existing post related to this question.

I don't understand why the answer for the 3rd statement is Yes. I can't find any information in the tabs suggesting how to determine the potential to increase consumption of domestically produced coffee. Why India has greater potential than China? Is it because India produce more?

Read the discussion(line 4 para 2):
Promotion of coffee consumption in coffee producing countries is considered best. Since, India is a coffee producing country because it produces more then China and have comparable population, we can conclude that India has greater potential to boost consumptions.
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08 Oct 2017, 09:27
I was too quite surprised when I could not find much discussion on IR ExamPrep questions.
I am having problem with this question. To be honest I am not sure what I am being asked to do?
Can anyone help explain this one for me please
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10 Oct 2017, 02:09
Linh Nguyen Thi wrote:
I was too quite surprised when I could not find much discussion on IR ExamPrep questions.
I am having problem with this question. To be honest I am not sure what I am being asked to do?
Can anyone help explain this one for me please

I am Vietnamese too. Well, I guess the key word here is "40 times revenues yearly" = "yearly growth in consumption" => 1993 is the year in which the investment begins.

it is true for the second question b/c it is the most feasible explanation for why monthly income falls.

Perhaps, it is not unofficial question.
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14 Oct 2017, 11:21
For question 1, how did you guys figure that the Brazil program started in 1993? I don't see any clear evidence of this.
What is OA?
Re: MSR from GMATprep 6_Global coffee consumption &nbs [#permalink] 14 Oct 2017, 11:21
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