The International Development of the Atlantic Economy During the Slave Era

The International Development of the Atlantic Economy During the Slave Era

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The International Development of the Atlantic Economy During the Slave Era Sugar production was implemented in the Caribbean, Spanish Main and French Louisiana from the Portuguese and Spanish who originally found sugar cane in Indonesia and southern Indian and its islands of sorts (Sri Lanka, etc). The tropical climate of the Americas was key to the growth of such a product, as was an experienced and strong workforce, which was uprooted from parts of western Africa and implemented in these colonies early on. Sugarcane produced a booming industry in these colonies including sugar refining and the fermentation of said sugar to produce Rum, as the region would become famous and even notorious for. Sugar was to become the first worldwide commodity, one of which people from all corners of the world sought after and eventually came to love. Coming from the old world o Europe (uprooted from its native southeast Asia), it came along with wheat, rice, coffee, chickens, cows, mules and other products to the new
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