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European Silver trade
As trade intensified leading into the 16th and 17th centuries, in the individual regions of the globe, the trade of silver greatly ascended and became the first product (along with gold) to be traded across all oceans and into all continents and communities. It's production and trade comprised to develop the worlds first global market, which in turn developed a global economy. In this opening of the global market Japan and Spain were the major competitors/developers and China followed by India were the major importers. Because of the prosperous situation in the events after the major silve…
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