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Projeto Simulados e Universidades – Sistema de Avaliação José Félix
Simulado ENEM 1º Bimestre/2012 EE Prof. José Félix – Potim-SP

Prova 2 – Linguagens, Códigos e suas Tecnologias e Matemática e suas Tecnologias

Linguagens, Códigos e suas Tecnologias

ORIENTAÇÃO IMPORTANTE: Na sua folha de Respostas, você terá que assinalar qual línguaestrangeira escolheu para realizar a prova, isto é, se sua opção foi INGLES ou ESPANHOL. Se for Inglês, você responderá as questões de 1 a 15, ignorando as questões a partir da questão 46 em diante. Se sua opção foi pelo espanhol, realize as questões 46 e seguintes e ignores as 15 primeiras questões da avaliação. Preste bastante atenção ao preencher sua folha de respostas;


The perils of counterfeit drugs go way beyond being ripped off by dubious online pill-pushers. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 50 per cent of all medicines sold online are worthless counterfeits. In developing nations fake pills may account for as much as 30 per cent of all drugs on the market. Even in the developed world, 1 per cent of medicines bought over the counterare fakes.
Some key events illustrate the risk these pose. In Nigeria, 2500 children died in 1995 after receiving fake meningitis vaccines. In Haiti, Bangladesh and Nigeria, around 400 people died in 1998 after being given paracetamol that had been prepared with diethylene glycol – a solvent used in wallpaper stripper. The fakers are nothing if not market-aware: in the face of an outbreak ofH5N1 bird flu in 2005, they began offering fake Tamiflu.
What can be done? The WHO coordinates an umbrella body called the International Medical Products Anti-Counterfeiting Taskforce (IMPACT), an industry initiative that issues alerts when it finds anomalies in the medicine supply chain. Such events include sudden drops in wholesale prices, hinting at fakes coming onto the market, or themimicking of anti-counterfeiting features on packaging, such as holograms or barcodes, says Nimo Ahmed, head of intelligence at the UK’s Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.

New Scientist, 10 July 2010, p. 18. Adaptado.

1. O texto informa que os falsificadores
a) atuam na venda de remédios no mercado atacadista.
b) roubam o selo de qualidade da Organização Mundial da Saúde.
c)utilizam placebo nos medicamentos.
d) apresentam-se como representantes oficiais da indústria farmacêutica.
e) estão sempre alertas à demanda do mercado.


Europe’s economic distress could be China’s opportunity. In the past, the country has proved a hesitant investor in the continent, but figures show a 30 percent surge in new Chinese projects in Europelast year. And these days Europe looks ever more tempting. Bargains proliferate as the yuan strengthens and cashstrapped governments forget concerns over foreign ownership of key assets. On a recent visit to Greece, Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang sealed 14 deals, reportedly the largest Chinese investment package in Europe, covering a range of sectors from construction to telecoms.
Meanwhile, Irishauthorities have opened talks with Chinese promoters to develop a 240-hectare industrial park in central Ireland where Chinese manufacturers could operate inside the European Union free of quotas and costly tariffs. In time, that could bring 10,000 new jobs. “It’s good business,” says Vanessa Rossi, an authority on China at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London. “There’s big mutualbenefit here.” Europe needs money; China needs markets.

Newsweek, July 19, 2010, p. 6. Adaptado.

2. Segundo o texto, a China
a) aproveitou o momento da crise mundial e fez vários investimentos no próprio país.
b) teve problemas econômicos similares aos dos países europeus, mas conseguiu superá-los.
c) hesitava em investir em países asiáticos e perdeu boas oportunidades na região.