The East India Company’s interest in Indian trade promoted their desire to colonize different economically advanced regions of India. India and other regions of southwestern Asia were originally under control of the Mughal Empire, and by the early 1600’s the empire had developed military dominance, wealth, and an abundance of Indian artisans. The empire’s artisans were yearned for all over the world for their ability to produce large amounts of high quality products. Anything the British produced was overshadowed by the Mughal empire’s artisans and this fact sparked Britain’s interest in Indian trade. In the early 17th century, members belonging to the East India Company traveled for the first time to the Mughal Court to negotiate trading relations with the empire (Major).
The Dutch occupation lead to numerous of flourished trade routes with neighboring countries like China and India. In 1830, Johannes van den Bosh made the Indies spend their way for exploitation of resources. Indonesia’s abundance of natural resources such as sugar, tee, palm, coffee and spices made it the hub of trade for Southeast Asia. The Dutch induced the culutuurstelsel and forced plantation in Indonesia which eventually made Java a Dutch plantation (Suratno par.8). The revenue and profit continually increase during the 19th century.
The East Indies Company became very profitable for the Dutch Republic during the seventeenth century. In the early years of the running of the East Indies Company the primary goal was to control the spice trade with Europe, and to acquire Portugal’s trading network. The company had great success with combining force and trading skills, and they became the chief supplier of spices to Europe within half a
However, the main colonizers in the world were Portugal, Spain, Netherlands and England. This paper will be mainly about the countries that streamed. Although, the Spanish and Portuguese firstly discovered the East by the help of Ferdinand Magellan via going westward, the later the Netherlands and Britain dominated the main strength there. In fact, the Dutch’s main purpose was to have an access to the lucrative spice trade at that time, which was under the controlling of Portugal. In this way, in the wake of having acquired the data on the sea routes to the East, Dutch maritime force was utilized to assault the Portuguese fortresses and posts on the source to some products such as the wellspring of nutmeg, mace and cloves.
They were fond of obtaining foreign raw materials to use to create furnished goods for profit. England utilized colonies ranging from North and South America to as far as Asia and Africa to obtain wood, sugar, cotton, and indigo. They would then take these raw materials and create furnished products and would export back these finished products. Because the products were furnished, they were often sold at high prices and England heavily benefited from the amount of profit made. The amount of money made eventually got to their heads and the attitude of entrepreneurship changed drastically.
Thus, both countries have almost identical values, traditions and lifestyles. Manila became one of the world 's great ports, serving as a focus for trade between China and Europe. The galleon trade increased the government 's revenue. Plants and animals from the Americas were introduced in the Philippines. Since the Spaniards were too engrossed in the galleon trade, the country 's natural resources were conserved for future use.
This advancement in technology increased population and food production, benefitting everyone. The European technologies helped countries in advancing the colonized Asian countries and Africa. The colonized countries got ideas how their countries should be governed in order to be advance and strong country. During imperialism, as Europeans entered the colonized countries many Western cultures and customs were introduced, which helped the countries in becoming more diversited. The countries became more industrialized, helping in increasing the manufacturing of the
The idea of slavery that came from tobacco trade held a negative impact for America because it began a cycle of slavery that would continue for years on. Another negative impact of the trade of tobacco through the Columbian Exchange was the depilation of the soil that came from tobacco farming. Because the soil was being used so frequently from tobacco farming, it began to deplete, which although farming was at success before, you can only farm so much before the land becomes unusable (Lecture, January 21). This is a negative impact on the America because it restricts the number of items that they can trade out and/or sell for profit because once the land is unusable, you do not have much choice with that
Indonesian is a very beautiful, colorful and rich culture. Indonesian culture has the different type of foods and eating habits. The most delicious and national dish of Indonesia is Nasi goring. Every sub-culture has their own types of regional food in Indonesia as well as their unique way of eating. According to the early history, Indonesia experienced the arrival of a large number of foods and ingredients from nearby regions; most of the food arrived via China, India, Middle East and Southeast Asia.