Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.
(i) Six businessmen from six different nations are staying in six successive in a hotel.
(ii) Each of them owns a number of cars and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
(iii) The businessman in room number 102 owns twice as many cars as the businessman who donated to 8 institutions last year.
(iv) The businessman from Uruguay and the businessman in room number 106 together own a total of 40 cars.
(v) The businessman from Argentina owns 8 cars less than the businessman from England but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
(vi) Four times the number of cars owned by the businessman in room number104 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
(vii) The businessman in room number103 owns 12 cars and donated to 8 institutions last year.
(viii) The businessman who owns 16 cars donated to 24 institutions last year.
(ix) The businessman in room number 105 owns 8 cars and donated to 2 institutions less than the businessman from Canada last year.
(x) The Brazilian businessman is staying two rooms ahead of the English businessman who is staying two rooms ahead of the Canadian businessman.
The businessman of which country owns the maximum cars?