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Question of the Day (17-Apr-17)

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Answer the question based on the passage given below.

“Come and say G’day”, a tourist campaign built round Paul Hogan, the star of “Crocodile Dundee”, brought visitors swarming to Australia. 25 years later, with the country’s tourism business back in the doldrums, the authorities are hoping that another quirky outback movie will pull the same trick. “Australia”, is the most expensive Australian film ever made. But its box-office takings were disappointing and its reviews have been pretty sad. Tourism Australia, the government body that spins the country to potential visitors, is pouring A$ 50m into a campaign linked to the film.
 
Which of the following, if true, may lead to the failure of the campaign?
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 1)Australia, the country is suffering from a “lack of fashionability and buzz” which attract tourists.
 2)Apart from the film’s lukewarm reception, the global economic climate is bleak.
 3)A film cannot sell a country.
 4)The success of the campaign depends on the success of the movie.
 5)“Australia” has the country’s biggest cinema names: Baz Lurhmann, Nicole Kidman, and Hugh Jackman.

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