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Asian Entreprenuerial Minorities

Conjoint Communities in the Making of the World Economy, 1570-1940



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Asian Entreprenuerial Minorities by Christine Dobbin
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This work is an account of various Asian entrepreneurial minorities and their activities - the overseas Chinese in the Philippines and Indonesia, the Parsees in Bombay and China, the spread of the Ismailis from Gujarat to East Africa, and that of the Chettiars from Madras to Burma. The author also draws together material to try and show how various imperial powers came to depend on a variety of such local entrepreneurial minorities to establish their hegemony in Asia.
Release date NZ
September 3rd, 1996
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Curzon Press Ltd
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