Companies by Country #1

For each selected company, name the country in which it is based.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box.
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Last updated: August 30, 2018
First submittedDecember 8, 2010
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Company
Country
Toyota
Japan
Nokia
Finland
BP
United Kingdom
Walt Disney
United States
Anheuser-Busch InBev
Belgium
Tim Hortons
Canada
Michelin
France
Company
Country
Volkswagen
Germany
Armani
Italy
Jumex
Mexico
Lukoil
Russia
Samsung
South Korea
Volvo
Sweden
Rolex
Switzerland
Company
Country
Baidu
China
Billabong
Australia
Lego
Denmark
Al Jazeera
Qatar
Foxconn
Taiwan
ING
Netherlands
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Level 72
Aug 1, 2013
Qatar was the only Middle East country i didn't try for Al Jazeera!
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Level 66
Oct 17, 2014
literally same
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Level 82
Feb 19, 2016
I tried it, but before that I tried Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Oman... I guess I could've tried Lebanon too?
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Level 82
Feb 19, 2016
Oh I forgot I tried Egypt as well.
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Level 47
Aug 1, 2013
How did even 2% miss Walt Disney?
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Level 21
Oct 6, 2013
5% now. Weird how some people think... Only scored 10/21, must be tired or something :S
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Level 48
Feb 19, 2016
Now it's only 1%
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Level 64
Aug 28, 2016
Maybe because not all of us are American. Not that I missed it.
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Level 67
Jan 25, 2019
And would people know where he was from.. it is not like if you watch a disney movie you suddenly get a revelation of his origins
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Level 81
Aug 1, 2013
Surprised so many missed Foxconn. They're one of the largest employers in the world. Bigger than any other company on this list, in fact. And they are certainly in the news more often than Baidu, ING, or Jumex.
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Level 44
Aug 4, 2014
ING advertises prodigiously. Idk if FoxConn does.
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Level 81
Feb 19, 2016
I guess now that I think about it I've also seen ING advertising, though when I first saw the company I thought I'd never heard of them before.
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Level 78
Feb 19, 2016
I've seen numerous TV ads for ING, but I don't remember any of them mentioning that the company is from the Netherlands.
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Level 67
Jan 25, 2019
Never ever heard of foxconn, or baidu for that matter or the Mexico thing but well it makes sense, with "mex" in it
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Level 48
Apr 27, 2020
Whose news??
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Level 88
Sep 16, 2013
Nokia is no more in Finland.
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Level 58
Oct 4, 2013
Nokia Corp is still headquartered in Finland and listed in the Helsinki stock exchange. They make telecommunications equipment used by teleoperators worldwide. The mobile phones business is being sold to Microsoft along with the rights to use the Nokia brand, but Nokia remains a Finnish company (although not the huge enterprise & consumer brand it once was).
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Level 19
Oct 21, 2013
De Beers is headquartered in Luxembourg now
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Level ∞
Jan 25, 2016
Removed
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Level 28
May 6, 2014
ING changed it's name to Tangerine.
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Level ∞
Nov 22, 2015
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ING_Group
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Level 71
Nov 8, 2019
Wrong, and it's its*
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Level 78
Jul 30, 2014
So sad that Anheuser-Busch is no longer USA. It's still an icon in my home state, but no longer family-owned.
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Level 44
Aug 4, 2014
Their products are much better now that they make Stella and Beck's.
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Level 83
Feb 8, 2020
Their foam water is terrible.
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Level 81
Jan 24, 2016
Did you notice that Michelin is on the quiz two times?
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Level 86
Jan 26, 2016
No, I didn't. Was it 2 days ago?
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Level 59
Feb 19, 2016
The picture of Legos brought back many childhood memories. Good times!
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Level 65
Feb 19, 2016
The rare 100% here, good quiz! Foxconn is a great question if you aren't familiar with the company or Asian mega-corps.
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Level 59
Feb 19, 2016
I got Foxconn, but I always thought it was (mainland) Chinese. I remember it was all over the news, when they had to install safety netting around their facilities, because their employees kept killing themselves by jumping off windows in protest of bad working conditions and low salaries.
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Level 19
Feb 20, 2016
I thought it was mainland China too!
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Level 48
Feb 20, 2016
Baidu is notorious in my country, though. Their products might be good in China or other countries, but they are either not working or harmful for most computers in Thailand.
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Level 19
Feb 20, 2016
Foxconn's part of Apple and its in China, so I did that and then it said Taiwan even though that's a province of China
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Level 81
Aug 9, 2018
Taiwan is as much a province of China as Iceland is a province of Canada.
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Level 65
Aug 2, 2020
China is a province of Taiwan.
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Level 18
Feb 23, 2016
You guys should use GRAMMARLY
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Level 21
Sep 15, 2016
11/20
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Level 16
Jan 20, 2017
I cleard every thing!!!!
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Level 71
Nov 8, 2019
What does cleard mean?
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Level 45
May 18, 2017
Al Jazeera sounded Arabic to me, so I just guessed every country in the Arabian peninsula until Qatar was right.
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Level 68
Sep 6, 2017
Although it's global headquarters are located in Leuven (BEL) Anheuser-Busch Inbev is actually Belgian-Brazilian.
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Level 75
Nov 12, 2018
LOL, always a pleasure to be reminded of the failure that is Baidu.
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Level 52
Dec 5, 2018
Yeah, Wisconsinites really know about foxconn over here.
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Level 58
Aug 2, 2020
3:03.. half of it I guessed \o/

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