Jeopardy!

One of the smallest nations in the world is also the oldest country in Europe and the oldest republic in the world. Most of its citizens earn their living making and selling postage stamps. Which nation is this?

Answer in the comment section below. The answer will be revealed at next week’s “Jeopardy!”

Answer to last week’s “Jeopardy!”: Invercargill, New Zealand. 

Answer to International Business Jeopardy Question from 7/28

One of the smallest nations in the world is also the oldest country in Europe, and the oldest Republic in the world. Most of its citizens earn their living making and selling postage stamps. Name it.

San Marino, on the slopes of the Apennines entirely within Italy, has been an independent Republic since 1631. It covers 24 square miles.

International Business Jeopardy

Answer this week’s questions in the comments for a chance to win a great prize at the end of the summer!

One of the smallest nations in the world is also the oldest country in Europe, and the oldest Republic in the world. Most of its citizens earn their living making and selling postage stamps. Name it.