Conflict and Cooperation in Sino-British Business, 1860-1911: The Impact of the Pro-British Commercial Network in Shanghai

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St. Martin's Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 229 pages
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This is a study about the collapse of Chinese traditional commercial order in the late Qing period. It regards the process as an influence from the prevail of pro-British Chinese commercial networks in the 1880s. Through the analysis of various Sino-British commercial conflicts after the arrow war, this book reveals when and where such a commercial network was born and what impact it brought about on the Chinese society.

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Eiichi Motono is Assistant Professor of Asian Economic History at Wades University, School of Political Science and Economics.

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