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India's Trade

Indian cotton and weaving industry declined due to industrial revolution. The British government imposed tariffs on cloth imports. India exported raw materials such as cotton and indigo to Britain. The British grew opium in India and exported it to China. With the money that they earned, they financed tea and other imports from China. The British exported more from India and less imports. Thus, Britain always had ‘trade surplus’.

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