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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The triangular trade route, ships began in New England. Theycarried guns and other goods to ports on the coast of West Africa.Here, they traded these goods for gold and captive Africans. Theship then sailed for the West Indies. Because it was known as theMiddle Passage.
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There were many things traded along the Triangular Trade Route.First of all, Europeans gave America things like onions, olives,turnips, coffee beans, peaches, pears, grains (wheat, rice, barley,oats), livestock (cattle, sheep, pigs, horses), and (mostimportantly) disease . Smallpox, measles, and ot…her suchsicknesses affected native Americans more because they were notimmune to them like the Europeans were. In return for these things,colonies in the Americas gave Europeans pumpkins, turkeys,pheasants, potatoes, tomatoes, corn, vanilla, cacao, beans,pineapples, tobacco, and (most importantly) sugar and spices . Remember that before this, Europeans were eatingplain bread (maybe the rich got a bit of butter) and barley oroatmeal with nothing on it. When they got sugar and spices, theywent crazy for it. Europeans also gave textiles and wool to Africain return for slaves that would be shipped to their colonies in theAmericas. ( Full Answer )
a trade route is a path in the 1400s-1600s that were used for trading stuff like silk, jewelry, etc. its either on land or by sea
What is the impact of the Atlantic trade routes established in the mid 1600s on the economic development in the British North American Colonies?
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As an independent, modern country, Mexico was established on September 27, 1821 after successfully winning a war of independence against Spain.
Trade routes in ancient Greece and Rome were walked by people withbeasts of burden. Today we have airplanes, ships, railroads, andtrucks that can go much faster.
The city that controlled the trade routes between the Aegean andBlack Sea was Athens. They gave trading privileges to other citiesthat they wanted to retain good will with.
Ghana trades Gold, Cocoa, Timber, Electricity, Oil and Diamonds but diamonds are not the high seller, gold and cocoa are.
There is a trade amount of some US$294 billion, including US$179 billion on exports from Mexico into the United States, and US$115 billion on imports from the United States into Mexico.
When the Turks invaded and captured Constantinople and gainedcontrol of the Middle East, this resulted in the closure of thetrade routes between Europe and Asia. The Turks were part of theOttoman Empire.
No. Although Morocco is the most important North African trade partner for Mexico, the Moroccan industry and agriculture are still very protected and no trade agreement between both countries has ever been reached.
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El Camino Real qualifies as such. It stretched from San Antonio toEagle Pass, down to Monclova and Mexico City.
Mexico has an export-oriented economy, with foreign trade equivalent to US$464 billion (US$230 billion on exports, US$234 billion on imports) and much of its foreign trade has resulted from the many international trade agreements held with the rest of the the world. Mexico is the eleventh largest ec…onomy in the world in terms of purchasing-power-parity, with a GDP of US$1.47 trillion. It is also the eleventh in terms of population (111,211,789) and the seventeenth and sixteenth largest importing and exporting country worldwide. Mexico is also one of the countries with most trade agreements in the world, having 12 free trade agreements with over 40 countries including North and Central America, the European Free Trade Area and Japan, putting more than 90% of its trade under free trade agreements. The Philippines, on the other hand, have an economy less dependent on exports. With a foreign trade equivalent to US$84 billion (US$38 billion on exports, US$46 billion on imports) the country is also strongly supported by large remittances from four-to five-million overseas Filipino workers. The Philippines are the 36th largest economy in the world, with a GDP of US$324 billion. It is also the twelfth most populated nation in the world (behind Mexico) with 97,976,603 inhabitants. ( Full Answer )
Analyze the impact of the Atlantic trade routes established in the mid 1600s on economic development in the british north American colonies?
Analyze the impact of the Atlantic trade routes established in themid-1600's on economic development in the British North AmericanColonies. Consider the period 1650-1750. And more money as he wentalong. Triangular trade was a highly profitable system and helpeddevelop the British colonies in North A…merica. Many different typesof goods were transferred through the system of triangular trade.New goods were introduced to the North American colonies from theWest Indies, such as sugar, molasses, which was a major ingredientin rum, one of the colonies' major exports. From Africa, slaveswere imported for labor. Many goods were also exported out of thecolonies, helping strengthen their economies. Because of triangulartrade, the new goods were introduced to many different parts of theworld. To Europe, the main exports were tobacco, lumber, flour, andfish. The main goods transported to the West Indies were timber,and foodstuffs, giving the colonies the money they needed to buygoods from England. The imports and exports traded between the WestIndies, Africa, and the North American colonies were a basis forthe economy of the British North American Colonies. Triangulartrade helped the new colonies flourish by creating many occupationsin the New World. Many farmers were needed to grow the food thatwas shipped overseas, making farming the most popular occupation.Slaves and servants were imported as a good and helped increase theoutput production of the colonies for little or no cost. The hiredhands were usually poorer people, hired to do skilled labor workfor Professionals, a higher ranking class. The highest classconsisted of many well-paying occupations. It included themerchants who sold the goods to other countries, lawyers,officials, and clergymen, who ran the churches. Triangular tradehelped create many occupation opportunities, helping to shape thecolonies of North America. Although triangular trade helped theBritish North American Colonies flourish, there were many obstaclesand problems that came along with it. The climate of the New Worldwas much colder than that of the Old World, especially in thewinter. This made it more difficult for ships to travel to the newcolony. ( Full Answer )
Babylon was located on the major trade route between the TigrisRiver and the Euphrates River.
Texas is a state that belongs to an industrialized nation - the United States - that specializes among other things, in exports of capital goods and high-tech equipment such as industrial machinery, motor vehicles and parts, telecommunications equipment and semiconductors. On the other hand, Mexi…co is a developing country that is growing and needs such capital goods to develop its infrastructure and to manufacture the consumer goods that it then exports to other countries such as the United States itself, Canada and Japan. Texas and Mexico are bordering each other. Both countries have a common "end market" - each other - that allows for natural business associations. For example, Texas produces semiconductors that are exported into Mexico. Then Mexico assembles full computer servers with such components and then exports them into other markets, such as Canada and Brazil. Texas has vast regions of semi-arid terrain, while Mexico has a subtropical climate. Mexico cultivates oranges, apples, table grapes, tangerines, grapefruit, pears and raisins; followed by bananas, mangoes, lemons, limes, watermelons, peaches, nectarines, plums, avocados, pineapples, and strawberries. Much of this fruit is exported to the United States - including Texas - during the winter season. The European Union is a block of 27 states that combined, have more population and a bigger economy than that of the United States. To prevent Mexico and Canada falling into the European Union's "sphere of influence", the United States pushed for closer economic integration through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which increases trade among its member states. ( Full Answer )
I do not believe that Marco polo's exploration open any trade routes or establish territory. I simply thing that Marco Polo's explorations were so important because he wroted about his travels and the books inspired other people in him time to go and travel.
The Greek City that controlled the trade routes between the AegeanSea and the Black Sea was Troy. The city was founded in 3000 BC andabandoned in 500 AD.
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. ( Full Answer )
the triangular trade route starts from Africa, exporting slaves. then it goes to the West Indies, they then give mollases to the American colonies wich give again to Africa rum, iron goods, guns etc.
The Triangular Trade routes were either from Britain to Africa, America to Britain, America to Africa, or othe r routes that lead to either Africa, America, or Britain
Ferdinand Magellan tried to circle the globe but died along theway. Other explorers established the trade route.
Primary motive for the European voyages of exploration was the goal of establishing maritime trades routes?
If we were to list the reasons, this would not likely be 1 or 2, but more of a 1b. The primary goal of these voyages was to find places of great wealth to improve the economic status of the sponsoring countries, so as a result Colonies and Trade Posts were established to continue this financial grow…th. ( Full Answer )
In 2007, top Iranian imports from Mexico included iron and steel products, synthetic fibers, plastics and electrical equipment, representing slightly less than 97% of total imports. Total amount in exports from Mexico to Iran accounted for US$19.2 million during that year. Top 6 Mexican Exp…orts to Iran - 2007 (with % of share in total) . Iron and steel tubes and structural profiles: 77.3% . Synthetic fibers: 10.6% . Plastics (resins and polyurethanes): 5.4% . Electric capacitors: 3.6% . Machinery equipment and parts: 1.7% . Organic chemical compounds: 1.4% On the other hand, approximately 89 percent of Iran ian exports to Mexico were fruits and vegetables, rugs, mats and other textile products. There is also a high demand of manufactured goods, including machinery and electric equipment. Total amount in exports from Iran to Mexico accounted for US$42.8 million during 2007. Top 7 Iranian Exports to Mexico - 2007 (with % of share in total) . Fruits and vegetables: 55.8% . Rugs, mats and other textile products: 33.1% . Misc. industrial equipment: 9% . Leather products: 1.1% . Misc. electrical machinery: 0.4% . Lighting equipment: 0.3% . Medical equipment: 0.1% ( Full Answer )
Both trade capital goods between each other. For example, Canada sells electrical machinery that will be used in Mexico to assemble automobiles; Mexico sells machinery to Canada that can be used to manufacture furniture. Also, both countries trade food items that can't be produced in the host cou…ntry or have a high demand on the destination country: Mexico sells tropical fruit that can't be cultivated in Canada such as mangoes or pineapples, and purchases wheat and corn that are cultivated on Canada's southern provinces. ( Full Answer )
In 2012, top Philippine imports from Mexico included computer equipment representing more than 13% of totalimports. Total amount in exports from Mexico to the Philippinesaccounted 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% ( Full Answer )
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) . Implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) began on January 1, 1994. This agreement will remove most barriers to trade and investment among the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Under the NAFTA, all non-tariff barriers to agric…ultural trade between the United States and Mexico were eliminated. In addition, many tariffs were eliminated immediately, with others being phased out over periods of 5 to 15 years. This allowed for an orderly adjustment to free trade with Mexico, with full implementation beginning January 1, 2008. The agricultural provisions of the U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement, in effect since 1989, were incorporated into the NAFTA. Under these provisions, all tariffs affecting agricultural trade between the United States and Canada, with a few exceptions for items covered by tariff-rate quotas, were removed by January 1, 1998. Mexico and Canada reached a separate bilateral NAFTA agreement on market access for agricultural products. The Mexican-Canadian agreement eliminated most tariffs either immediately or over 5, 10, or 15 years. Tariffs between the two countries affecting trade in dairy, poultry, eggs, and sugar are maintained ( Full Answer )
The Mediterranean sea, and Atlantic and Indian oceans providedtrade routes between Asia, Africa, and Europe.
No. Trade routes through water were dangerous (pirates, storms, etc.) Trade routes through land were also dangerous...usually due to extreme conditions (dessert, etc.)
First, the common traits. Mexico and the Philippines were at some point colonies of Spain, hence Spanish and Roman Catholicism (Mexico: 88%, Philippines: 83%) are common among both countries; the Philippines colony was administered from the New Spain (present-day Mexico), and there was a yearly trad…e route from Manila to Acapulco trough the Pacific Ocean, known as the Manila-Acapulco Galleon which lasted for 250 years. This meant a consistent cultural exchange during that time. Both are also two of the most populated countries in the world (Mexico: 114 million; Philippines: 104 million) and are considered emerging markets with a relatively fast economic growth rate. Now, on the differences. Mexico is a large Spanish-speaking (93%) Latin American nation while the Philippines is a Southeast Asian country with a majority of Filipino-speaking population (Tagalog: 22%, Cebuano: 20%). The ethnic make up of Mexico is predominantly of mestizo (60%) and Amerindian people (30%) while Filipinos have a larger mix of ethnicities (Tagalog 28%, Cebuano 13%, Ilocano 9%). Both the Philippines and Mexico are republics, but Mexico is a federal republic with 31 independent states and one federal district while the Philippines has 80 provinces and 120 chartered cities. Finally, Mexico is an upper-income country which ranks as the 11th largest economy in the world, while the Philippines is considered a medium-income economy ranking in the 33th position. Finally, some statistics (July 2012 est.): . Population : . Mexico 114,975,406 . Philippines 103,775,002 . Land area : . Mexico 1,972,550 sq km (761,606 sq mi) . Philippines 300,000 sq km (120,000 sq mi) . Gross Domestic Product : . Mexico USD$1,657 billion . Philippines USD$390 billion. . GDP Per Capita : . Mexico USD$15,100 . Philippines USD$4,100 . Median Age : . Mexico 27.1 years . Philippines 22.9 years ( Full Answer )
Some results include a jump in trade between the United States and Mexico from $81.4 billion in 1993 (pre-NAFTA) up to $534.4 billion in 2014 and a steady increase of foreign direct investment into Mexico, from $4.3 billion in 1993 up to $42.1 billion by 2014.
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The Philippines would win, regardless of having a small army, due to the political corruptness of Mexico, as they do not have a large-ish organized military.
Yes; it established a trade route between Kansas City and Santa Fe, New Mexico (across the Southwest region).
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Because Mexico is not a small, unpopulated, backward country. It is regarded as an Emerging Market, with an ongoing industrialization process. Many items consumed in the United States are manufactured in Mexico, such as plasma TVs, refrigerators or motor vehicles. Also a large part of US oil imports… come from Mexico. On the other hand, Mexico needs capital goods to build all these manufacturing plants and increase its industrial base: machinery, parts and equipment are some of the items in largest demand. See related questions on specifics of what are the items most traded between the US and Mexico. ( Full Answer )
The King of Portugal. Because Portugal was cut off from Europe bylarger neighbour Spain, it has always been in the perifery of theEuropean continent, and at the time on the end point of thelucrative trade routes (including spices), so they tried to find amaritime way to the rich countries of Brazil,… most of Africa,India, Ceylon, Burma, Malaya, Aceh, Indonesia, Timor, China,Formosa and Japan, bypassing every other European country andbecoming fenomenaly rich, setting up an Empire and being culturallyand politically independent from Europe until 1986 (save the oldestalliance in the world still in force with the UK). It's lastcolony, Macau, was handed to China in 1999. ( Full Answer )
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: SpanishColonization. From 1565 to 1821, the Philippines was part of Mexicowhen Mexico was NEW SPAIN. And New Spain is now modern-day Mexico.
No, because the feudalism were not going to lost lot of their powerand the chivalry was not going to end, and they were going to buildnew weapons for them.
First ask the correct question, how trade between Mexico and the United States got started; They both are in North America. It was the United States notion of manifest destiny expanded the U.S. west into Spanish/Mexican lands. Trade never truly existed, as they U.S. as a government was only interest…ed in acquiring the lands from coast to coast for the purpose of dominating the ocean ports on both sides of their respective part of the continent. ( Full Answer )
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 trade with any settled people group on the Asian continent, then I would be looking at the Monitu tribes in the Sinai (Mafka…t) 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). ( Full Answer )
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The ancient Greeks had a long history of founding colonies.Beginning as early as the ninth century BC.
Its name is the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) .It was proposed by Mexico in 1988, signed off by the threecountries on December 17, 1992 and came into force on January 1,1994. Its main objective was to diminish or eliminate trade andinvestment barriers among the three countries.
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No. He was mostly sent out to discover a northerly sea route to theFar East. He failed, for the simple reason that there wasn't one.He got stuck in icefields twice, once trying to sail north ofScandinavia and Siberia, and once trying to sail north of Canada.In his search for a more southern passage …in northern America heexplored and mapped much of the coast of today's Canadian and USeastern coast, but did not establish any colonies or tradeagreements there. Finally, he sailed into what is now known as the Hudson Bay. Localtribes had told him there would be another ocean at the other sidebut they mistook the Great Lakes for the ocean. Winter conditionshowever forced him to a miserable wintering there. When he wantedto press on in the spring, his crew mutinied and set him adrift ina sloop. Nothing was heard of him again. ( Full Answer )
Yes. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) guaranteesthat most goods and services between Mexico and the United States(and Canada as well) flow among the three partners without anyadditional burdens, such as import duties or taxes.