Who established a trade route between Mexico and the Philippines?
Andres de Urdaneta (1498 - 1658) established the Manila-Acapulco Galleon Route (known as Nao de China in Mexico).
Mexican settlement in the Philippines comprises a multilingual Filipino ethnic group composed of Philippine citizens withMexican ancestry.[not in citation given] The immigration of Mexicans to the Philippines dates back to the Spanish period. In the Philippines there are 400 Mexicans currently residing. The Mexican community has been established in those islands many years ago. Migration from Mexico has been important since the Spanish period and when the Philippines was trading with this country during the Viceroyalty of New Spain, Mexican mestizos mixed with the inhabitants of the islands, similar to the amount of Spain and the United States, numbering up many names of Spanish origin. Mexican Filipinos are ethnically diverse. They can be Mexicans of European descent, Indigenous peoples of Mexico, mixed-race, or members of any other group. Mexicans in the Philippines numbered 173 in 2010.[
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Name the 800-mile trail that was established in 1821 to encourage trade between Missouri and what is now New Mexico?
The 800 mile trail is the santa Fe trial.
The Silk Road.
El Camino Real qualifies as such. It stretched from San Antonio toEagle Pass, down to Monclova and Mexico City.
Who established the 800 mile trail that was established in 1821 to encourage trade between Missouri and what is now New Mexico?
This entirely depends on the era of the trade routes in question. In the early Islamic period, the trade routes were primarily between Arabian cities. When the Muslim empires …began to occupy a much larger stretch of the world, these trade routes began to encompass the entire Middle East to India and Southeast Asia and much of East Africa as well. Muslim trade routes from North Africa crossed the Sahara into West Africa. The Mediterranean was also a bustling trade area between Muslim states and Christian ones in Europe.
After the Guadalupe-Hidalgo treaty in 1848.
Ferdinand Magellan tried to circle the globe but died along theway. Other explorers established the trade route.
Western trail from Missouri to New Mexico that was an important route for trade between American and Mexican merchants?
Santa fe trail
In 2012, top Philippine imports from Mexico included computer equipment representing more than 13% of totalimports. Total amount in exports from Mexico to the Philippinesacco…unted for US$67 million during that year. Top 10 Mexican Exports to the Philippines - 2012 (with % ofshare in total) : . Network devices: 5% . Memory Units: 4% . Plastics and resins: 4% . Chemicals: 6% . Wheat: 2% . Control units: 1% . Communications equipment: 1% . Processing units: 1% . Seafood: 1% . Slot Machines and games: 1% Conversely, top Philippine exports to Mexico included an overwhelmingly amount of semiconductors, electronicsand electronic parts, representing more than 47% of total exports.Total amount in exports from The Philippines into Mexico accountedfor US$1.39 billion during that year. Top 10 Philippine Exports to Mexico - 2012 (with % of sharein total) : . Semiconductors: 20% . Memory Units: 13% . Data processing units: 4% . Power units: 3% . Vehicle parts: 3% . Integrated circuits: 2% . Optic readers (scanners): 1% . Photocopiers: 1% . Hybrid integrated circuits: 1% . Plastics and resins: 1%
The Santa Fe trail
Mexico is located in North America and south of Texas. ThePhilippines is located in Southeast Asia. The Philippines and Mexico does have something in common: SpanishColonizat…ion. From 1565 to 1821, the Philippines was part of Mexicowhen Mexico was NEW SPAIN. And New Spain is now modern-day Mexico.
It depends on what you mean by "country" and "Asia", and perhaps the scope of "first". If you mean any settled people group not on the Asian continent conducting formal t…rade with any settled people group on the Asian continent, then I would be looking at the Monitu tribes in the Sinai (Mafkat) around 3000 BCE. These mines were known to export to Monitu (Eqypt), the Levant/Canaan (modern Israel and Palestine, that area) and Sumer. So, I don't know if Mafkat would be the very first, but I find it doubtful there would be any older records available that could confirm a deliberate institution of systematic trade between two civilizations (one of which is on the continent of Asia).
In New Mexico
What is the western trail from Missouri to New Mexico that was an important route for trade between American and Mexican merchants?
Santa Fe Trail
In History of Maritime
English America, the Sugar Island of the Caribbean, the UnitedKingdom Africa providing a profitable result in each linkage.
In International Business and Trade
They were sea-traders who operated around the Mediterranean Sealittoral.