2 edition of British in China and Far Eastern trade found in the catalog.
British in China and Far Eastern trade
C. A. Middleton Smith
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by C. A. Middleton Smith.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 295 p.|
|Number of Pages||295|
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The British in China and Far Eastern trade / By Cades Alfred Middleton. Smith. Abstract. Includes bibliographical of access: Internet Topics: Economic history, Commerce. Publisher: London: Constable Author: Cades Alfred Middleton. Smith. China has shown amazing economic growth sinceand today it has set ambitious goals for growth in trade and technology.
This book traces the history of Western exploration in and trade with by: 5. : Retreat From China: British Policy In The Far East (China in the 20th century) (): Clifford, Nicolas: BooksAuthor: Nicolas Clifford. "Furthermore, the British wanted the United States to take a physical place in the Far East, where it might sup- port British policy to keep China open to Western trade, which was predominantly British trade.
If the British could maneuver us into not only an increasing trade stake but actual territory in the Far East, it would be much easier. This set looks at trade relations with China from The classic work on the period is generally considered to be Hosea Ballou Morse's Chronicles of the East India Company Trading with China, In this, Morse attempted to cover the whole of the East India Company's monopolisation of Britain's trade with China from : Hardcover.
British Far Eastern Policy () online; Melancon, Glenn. Britain's China Policy and the Opium Crisis: Balancing Drugs, Violence and National Honour, () excerpt and text search; Murfett, Malcolm H.
"An Old Fashioned Form of Protectionism: The Role Played by British Naval Power in China from "Ambassador Liu Xiaoming: Ambassador. Missionary preaching in China using The Wordless Book. The Awakening in Britain and the work of J. Hudson Taylor (–) helped increase the number of missionaries in China.
By when Taylor created the China Inland Mission (CIM) there were 30. OCLC Number: Description: pages. Contents: Introduction / George H. Blakeslee --Position of China in world politics / Archibald C. Coolidge --A sketch of the relations between China and the western world / Chester Holcombe --A sketch of the relations between the United States and China / F.W.
Williams --The need of a distinctive American policy in China / T.F. Millard --The history. Jardine Matheson & Co., later Jardine Matheson & Co.
Ltd., forerunner of today's Jardine Matheson Holdings, was a Far Eastern company founded in by Scotsmen William Jardine and James Matheson as senior partners. Trafficking opium in Asia, while also trading cotton, tea, silk and a variety of other goods, from its early beginnings in Canton (modern day Guangzhou), in the firm.
Our description of the British opium trade is based largely on three less than satisfactory books, Michael Greenberg’s British Trade and the Opening of China, David Owen’s year-old British. The book covers the period of roughly toor the start of British involvement in India to the founding of Singapore and the end of the company's monopoly status.
I found the book interesting on two fronts: it gives me some Indian history (from the particular viewpoint of the British) and a view of unbridled capitalism/5. This is a very informative and fascinating story of Jews in Far Eastern countrie, including China, Japan and India.
It is written in an informative and at the same time most readable way. A book that has a broad interest, not only for Jews but to all interested in human stories and success stories, or rather histories/5(50).
The states, in both rich and poor nations, have been urged to embrace “macroeconomic prudence” (a euphemism for control of inflation and for maintaining tight budgets), deregulation, privatisation, trade and financial liberalisation, lower taxes, and small by: A good *second* book to read as an introduction to the history of China.
A bit too detailed for a first book, but works excellently, if one already has some idea of the major dynasties etc. The book strikes the right balance of presenting facts and reasons/causes/5.
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