They had more produce and access to goods that were scarce in other areas around them, so they had an advantage in trade. The agricultural surplus gave the Babylonians stability in their economy, which also made their empire stable (Bible History). They traded their agriculture for raw materials because that was rare in the Babylonian Empire (Albright, Paragraph 23). These raw materials were needed for daily life and used in the flourishing textile business. The raw materials were also used to create cabinet-making, gem-cutting, and metal-working industries in the empire that created jobs for the people (Bible History).
Why did the Silk Road encourage the trade?The Silk Road trade had good ideas and culture past between the eastern and the western civilizations.First of all, the goods and ideas spread throughout the Silk Road. For example, in the Document A shows from all over the countries like China, Central Asia, Africa, India, and Europe trade items on the Silk Road. This explain the way of the Silk Road connect the countries to trade with each other. When walking through the Silk Road to country to country, there is a lot of trade around the civilizations selling silk, ores, seeds, and other items. Secondly, when they are going through the Silk Road there are different culture throughout the country.In the Document D, it shows that Marakanda culture
Summarize the trade relations described in this excerpt. Do you think the geographic locations of Japan, China, and Korea contributed to this trade? Explain. All these countries traded with each other and they traded many types of goods. The geographic location did contribute to this trade because they all are relatively close to each other.
The Sumerian city-states, though they warred often, were able to trade goods and ideas between themselves, which helped developed their economies and cultures. The Egyptians could trade with other african empires as well. This, along with the number of Hebrews found in the area at points in time, contributed the the Egyptian culture in the same way. The Harappans also had outlying areas similar to the city-states of Mesopotamia, which had a similar impact. The Chinese, on the contrary, were pretty isolated, which forced them to be self-sufficient.
New forms of writing such as cuneiform and hieroglyphics were used to keep records and write new ideas. There were also new laws and codes, such as Hammurabi’s Code and Confucianism. Both helped to govern its people in a fair and just manner. Lastly, there was trade. In China, the Chinese had the Silk Road which helped other civilizations connect, share and trade their inventions and this led to cultural diffusion.
The Mongols had embraced some of the Persian cultures like “viniculture thrived under the Mongols” (Doc. 6). The Mongols were great wine drinkers which made Persia thrive. The Persians have trade wine too in which this is what the Mongols wanted them to do so they would make money. Additionally, the “silk industry also benefited” the conquest (Doc.
It facilitated the quick transportation of raw materials as well as finished goods from coast to coast. Trade with China became much easier; ships could travel straight to California and then the goods could be transported across the United States. Families that wanted to move west now had an easier, safer way of travel. Railroads carried people, therefore contributing to the development of the West. Railroads helped shape and grow cities and towns.
Telegraphs.” These were many of the positive forms of trade and money-making that Europeans brought to India. In some places, the natives were still allowed to be in the trading business and export products as well as plant new crops. This would help them make more money through those new resources that they made because of the British. The railroads would make
(Resources and Capabilities at Under Armour,2016) Some points Under Armour take into consideration: Place: The product will be distributed to all shops local and foreign in same time. In the same time Under Armour product will be advertised on advertisement boards in the street and local malls. Price: The price for the product would not be very expensive but it will have some differences conditions as locally might the tax could be high to help the country economy, however the foreign market will not be expensive that there many chances to increase the company sales. For example, China and Vietnam asked for low cost as it can be helpful to creates jobs and reduce unemployment
Gold in the empire was seen as a trade item and a source of currency, and much like the Ghana only gold dust was used in trade as the nuggets themselves would be placed in the kingdom. As for salt, it was seen as a major resource for its nutritional and preservation qualities. It was a vital resource that these Mali people used. The Niger river allowed the Mali empire to trade easily, as the current would calmly drift them into other civilizations. Both empires also utilized camels as the river was not always accessible.
Have you ever wondered what the places along the Silk Road did that was so important? Marakanda and Many other areas along the Silk Road had been very helpful to the travelers because of all the items that were flourished in them. Marakanda and Many other areas along the Silk Road had been very helpful to the travelers because of all the items that were flourished in them. In Document D, it says that “The soil is rich and productive and yields abundant harvests.” The soil that is kept there can grow foods that may be unavailable or unfamiliar to other countries. Citizens can grow spices, and can introduce new food choices to people.
When they came from Europe they took their skills with them, and the craftsman became very skilled in what they did. One way to make a living in this time was through trade; “if you master a trade you could always make a living in the colonies” (Trades and Craftsmen, 2015, para. #1). The American craftsman felt very free to alter previous designs to be more suitable to local tastes. This also led to the very notable advances in the making of furniture itself; more liberty with line was taken, simplicity of their functional designs, and the capability of them to add ornamentation.
All U.S. imports are free trade, because the government, special interest groups and politicians will benefit while enforcing hidden taxes on the public. With all things considered, free trade has some benefit for our county; however, free trade is more beneficial for investors and/or businesses due to increased profits.
They accomplished this by hiring people to build roads. This was beneficial for America because it transported goods to people in need. This was also phenomenal because it helped control unemployment. This contributed to making the New Deal successful because it solved some of the unemployment issues, and put money into American’s pockets. It provided people with jobs, and supplied money to buy basic needs.
This gave families the capability to visit places such as amusement parks, zoos, beaches, state or national parks, and even gave them the ability to travel completely across the country. This was something that many people were not able to do before. Long distance trips were previously only accessible by trains, yet the automobile made long distance traveling obtainable to everyone. Families were given the opportunity to take vacations and view beautiful scenery that people would have never been able to before without the automobile. This changed people’s lives for the better because people were no longer limited to stay in a certain area and people were freely allowed to explore new places across the