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Indian Trade under the British Empire
Indian trade under the British Empire saw the beginnings of a trade system which led to the gradual decline of the Indian economy. The trade policy that was followed was a most exploitative one which catered only to the interests of the British market and proved extremely detrimental to the Indian economy.

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