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The East India Companies I
Dutch and English both entered Indian Ocean commerce in the early seventeenth century 1. soon displaced the Portuguese 2. competed with each other
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The East India Companies III
established their own trading post empires 1. Dutch empire was focuses on Indonesia 2. English empire was focused on India 3. French company was also established
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The East India Companies II
ca. 1600: both the Dutch and the English organized private trading companies to handle Indian Ocean trade 1. merchants invested, shared the risk 2. Dutch and British East India companies were chartered by their respective governments 3. had power to make war and govern conquered peoples
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British/Dutch East India Companies
1450-1750 : Private trading companies chartered by the governments of England and the Netherlands around 1600; they were given monopolies on Indian Ocean trade, including the right to make war and to rule conquered peoples. They received charters from their respective governments granting them trading monopolies and the power to make war and to govern conquered peoples. Thus established their own parallel and competing trading post empires, with the Dutch focused on the islands of Indonesia and the English on India.
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