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22:43 Europe and the U.S. Industrialization’s effect on Latin American economies Life in Europe and the U.S. changed due to industrialization more people living in cities and middle class demand for agriculture and minerals; grain, meat, coffee, cacao, bananas, sugar, copper L.A. nations possessed the natural resources to help satisfy the North Atlantic market for food and minerals industrialized nations supplied capital technological expertise, and administrative organization to extract and transport these commodities a vast flow of foreign investment stimulated the expansion or export Modernization period 20th century (Porfirio Diaz/Mexico) Diaz bound his alliances together using the revenues generated by his export-based economic strategy during Diaz’s rule, Mexico’s economy grew tremendously domestic peace and the end of foreign invasions combined with growing markets for Mexican agricultural commodities and minerals and the inflow of international capital in search of profitable investments to cause unprecedented economic
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course BLS 342 taught by Professor Miller during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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