The Strategist Quiz (#434)

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Connect bamboo charcoal and squid ink to a product brought out by two global giants. Name the companies.

What are these types of - Masala, Dim Sum, Sushi, Bull Dog, Kangaroo and Yankee?

Which technology company launched a project code named Loon recently. What was it about?

What is the term used to describe any apparatus that unduly reduces the effectiveness of emissions control systems under conditions a vehicle may reasonably be expected to experience? This apparatus is forbidden in the European Union and its use attracts a penalty.

The season for permanent holiday botanicals in offices will begin soon. What is being referred to here?

Name the vehicle brand that is considered as the world's first luxury 4X4 SUV.

This organisation was established in 18

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