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Galleon Trade

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Alyssa Bacul

on 19 September 2012

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Transcript of Galleon Trade

also known as Manila–Acapulco Trade Galleon Trade How it started? a government monopoly. middle of the sixteen-century was the longest running shipping line of its time 1565- 1815 When the Spaniards came to the Philippines, our ancestors were already trading with China, Japan, Siam, India, Cambodia, Borneo and the Moluccas. The Spanish government continued trade relations with these countries, and the Manila became the center of commerce in the East. gold
Chinese porcelains,
and lacquerware. economic rises. Advantage Disadvantage the distance between the destination was too far The Church directed a share of personal fortunes to its charities such as the obras pias. Donors had specified that the funds are to be used for charitable, religious and educational purposes. Role of the Church Obrasa Pias was a charitable foundation during the Spanish period. The word itself means works of piety in Spanish.
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