Cuba - Technological approach to agriculture Increase the...

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Colonisation Colonisation Class structures Land tenures Investment Commerce Most importantly the labour force.
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The Sugar Industry The Sugar Industry Made successful by the availability of African Slaves Between 17 c c , millions African slaves were shipped to Cuba.
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The Sugar Industry The Sugar Industry Economic perspective
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Unformatted text preview: Technological approach to agriculture Increase the labour force The Sugar Industry The Sugar Industry Sugar Colonies Total Production (in tons) % of total world production Cuba British West Indies U.S. (Louisiana) Brazil French West Indies 359 397 147 911 132 468 105 603 110 000 25 10 9 7 7...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 234 taught by Professor Ferguson during the Spring '11 term at Craven CC.

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