AlaBiz QuizHistory Take the January 2022 AlaBiz Quiz Challenge yourself with these Alabama business-related puzzlers from the past. By Nedra Bloom - January 20, 2022 What do you know about Alabama’s timber economy? AlaBiz Quiz - January 2022 1) JANUARY 2022: Trees are a vital part of Alabama’s agricultural economy. Which of these statements is not true?(Required) In 2019, Alabama exported $1.3 billion worth of forest products. Alabama does not export forest products to China. More than 90% of Alabama’s timber is privately owned. Some 23 million acres of trees grow in Alabama. 2) DECEMBER 2021 (one month ago): A prominent federal agency is building a $1 billion campus at Redstone Arsenal. What agency is it?(Required) Federal Bureau of Investigation U.S. Environmental Protection Agency AIrbus America U.S. Navy 3) JANUARY 2021 (one year ago): A major Alabama-based industry turned 100 in 2021, and it’s still in the family. What company is it?(Required) Mayer Electric Altec Inc. Boeing Co. O'Neal Industries 4) JANUARY 2017 (five years ago): Business Alabama’s annual Year in Review section highlighted scores of landmark business stories from 2016. Which did not happen in 2016?(Required) The first Airbus A321 built in Mobile took off. Interstate 22 was completed. Austal USA completed its first ship. Great Southern Wood Preserving’s Jimmy Rane was dubbed by Forbes as Alabama’s wealthiest person. 5) JANUARY 2012 (10 years ago): Looking at major developments of 2011, Business Alabama highlighted an Alabama native who moved to the helm of a major international business in 2011. Which business was it?(Required) Dave Calhoun, Boeing Co. James Quincy, Coca-Cola TIm Cook, Apple Inc. Ed Bastian, Delta Air Lines 6) JANUARY 1997 (25 years ago): Business Alabama introduced members of the Alabama state government with thoughts from the justices of the state supreme court and biographies of Gov. Fob James’ cabinet. Who was lieutenant governor?(Required) Don Siegelman Tim James Doug Jones Jim Folsom Jr. This quiz appeared in the January 2022 issue of Business Alabama. The latest Alabama business news delivered to your inbox Sign Up Now!