Some articles on manufactured goods, goods:
... and a larger market to sell its manufactured goods gave it a distinct advantage through the 19th century ... Europe was able to trade manufactured goods to their colonies, including the Americas, for raw materials ... depriving the hegemonic nations of a market for their manufactured goods ...
... on the trade in beaver pelts to secure European iron goods "disturbed the balance which had grown up previous to the coming of the European." Decades later, Innis ... Just as aboriginal peoples depended on imported manufactured goods, European traders relied for their survival on native tools and techniques ... customers who bought expensive beaver hats, colonial settlers who traded beaver fur for goods from their home countries and indigenous peoples who came to depend on European ...
... In these cities European manufactured goods could command premium prices for sale to the colonists, while the trade goods of the New World—tobacco, chocolate and other raw materials, were shipped back to Europe ... who dealt in tobacco and European manufactured goods ... sold their tobacco or sugar for decent prices and then bought manufactured goods from the trans-Atlantic traders in large quantities to be dispersed among the colonists of the West Indies and the ...
Famous quotes containing the words goods and/or manufactured:
“Crowns in my purse I have, and goods at home,
And so am come abroad to see the world.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“By his very success in inventing labor-saving devices, modern man has manufactured an abyss of boredom that only the privileged classes in earlier civilizations have ever fathomed.”
—Lewis Mumford (18951990)