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I am providing you the sample question paper of AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) Exam.

ATMA Exam question paper

It will contain 180 multiple choice questions.

ATMA Exam Pattern will cover 3 key areas viz. Verbal Skills, Analytical Reasoning Skills, Quantitative Skills.

Each section will be allotted 30 minutes.

The question paper is divided into 6 sub-sections and each section comprises of 30 questions.

The total duration for ATMA is 3 hours.

Marking Scheme in ATMA

One mark will be rewarded for every correct answer.

There is a negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer.

For every unattempted question, no mark will be deducted.

0.25 marks will be deducted in case a candidate marks more than one answer.

ATMA Exam question paper

Many United States companies have, unfortunately, made the search for legal
protection from import competition into a major line of work. Since 1980 the United
States International Trade Commission (ITC) has received about 280 complaints alleging
damage from imports that benefit from subsidies by foreign governments. Another 340
charge that foreign companies “dumped” their products in the United States at “less than
fair value.” Even when no unfair practices are alleged, the simple claim that an industry
has been injured by imports is sufficient grounds to seek relief.
Contrary to the general impression, this quest for import relief has hurt more
companies than it has helped. As corporations begin to function globally, they develop an
intricate web of marketing, production, and research relationships. The complexity of
these relationships makes it unlikely that a system of import relief laws will meet the
strategic needs of all the units under the same parent company.
Internationalization increases the danger that foreign companies will use import relief
laws against the very companies the laws were designed to protect. Suppose a United
States-owned company establishes an overseas plant to manufacture a product while its
competitor makes the same product in the United States. If the competitor can prove
injury from the imports—and that the United States company received a subsidy from a
foreign government to build its plant abroad—the United States company’s products will
be uncompetitive in the United States, since they would be subject to duties.
Perhaps the most brazen case occurred when the ITC investigated allegations that
Canadian companies were injuring the United States salt industry by dumping rock salt,
used to de-ice roads. The bizarre aspect of the complaint was that a foreign conglomerate
with United States operations was crying for help against a United States company with
foreign operations. The “United States” company claiming injury was a subsidiary of a
Dutch conglomerate, while the “Canadian” companies included a subsidiary of a Chicago
firm that was the second-largest domestic producer of rock salt.
1.** The passage is chiefly concerned with
(A) arguing against the increased internationalization of United States corporations
(B) warning that the application of laws affecting trade frequently has unintended
(C) demonstrating that foreign-based firms receive more subsidies from their governments
than United States firms receive from the United States government
(D) advocating the use of trade restrictions for “dumped” products but not for other imports
2.** It can be inferred from the passage that the minimal basis for a complaint to the
International Trade Commission is which of the following?
(A) A foreign competitor has received a subsidy from a foreign government.
(B) A foreign competitor has substantially increased the volume of products shipped to the
United States.
(C) A foreign competitor is selling products in the United States at less than fair market

(D) The company requesting import relief has been injured by the sale of imports in the
United States.
3.** The last paragraph performs which of the following functions in the passage?
(A) It summarizes the discussion thus far and suggests additional areas of research.
(B) It presents a recommendation based on the evidence presented earlier.
(C) It discusses an exceptional case in which the results expected by the author of the passage
were not obtained.
(D) It cites a specific case that illustrates a problem presented more generally in the previous
4.** The passage warns of which of the following dangers?
(A) Companies in the United States may receive no protection from imports unless they
actively seek protection from import competition.
(B) Companies that seek legal protection from import competition may incur legal costs that
far exceed any possible gain.
(C) Companies that are United States-owned but operate internationally may not be eligible
for protection from import competition under the laws of the countries in which their
plants operate.
(D) Companies that are not United States-owned may seek legal protection from import
competition under United States import relief laws.
5.** The passage suggests that which of the following is most likely to be true of United
States trade laws?
(A) They will eliminate the practice of “dumping” products in the United States.
(B) They will enable manufacturers in the United States to compete more profitably outside
the United States.
(C) They will affect United States trade with Canada more negatively than trade with other
(D) Those that help one unit within a parent company will not necessarily help other units in
the company.
6.** It can be inferred from the passage that the author believes which of the following about
the complaint mentioned in the last paragraph?
(A) The ITC acted unfairly toward the complainant in its investigation.
(B) The complaint violated the intent of import relief laws.
(C) The response of the ITC to the complaint provided suitable relief from unfair trade
practices to the complainant.
(D) The ITC did not have access to appropriate information concerning the case.
7.** According to the passage, companies have the general impression that International Trade
Commission import relief practices have

(A) caused unpredictable fluctuations in volumes of imports and exports
(B) achieved their desired effect only under unusual circumstances
(C) actually helped companies that have requested import relief
(D) been opposed by the business community
8.** According to the passage, the International Trade Commission is involved in which of the
(A) Investigating allegations of unfair import competition
(B) Granting subsidies to companies in the United States that have been injured by import
(C) Recommending legislation to ensure fair
(D) Identifying international corporations that wish to build plants in the United States

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