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Page 197 - The chief reasons for this were ignorance as to the trade conditions and the varied resources of the country, and the general unrest and instability of most of the governments. With the coming of the South American Series of handbooks the financial world began to realize the importance of the country, and, with more settled conditions, began in earnest to develop the remarkable natural resources which awaited outside enterprise. Undoubtedly the most informative books on the various Republics are...
Page 198 - Mexico. By C. REGINALD ENOCK, FRGS With an Introduction by MARTIN HUME, a Map and 64 Illustrations. Cloth, 15/- net. Fifth Impression. " The book is most comprehensive ; the history, politics, topography, industries, resources and possibilities being most ably discussed.