4 edition of political economy of Indian sugar found in the catalog.
political economy of Indian sugar
|LC Classifications||HD9116.I4 B37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||90900147|
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Sugar’s reputation as a luxury good inspired the middle class to use it to emulate the wealthy. Sugar was a sign of status. As the price of sugar declined further, even the poorer classes were able to consume for this and the other reasons.
Government increases in purchase of sugar and sugar products led to further use as well. The decline in trade also essentially altered the domestic economic system. The imposed tariffs of and had considerable protective effects and led the Indian economy to be closed. What was of a severe long-term consequence to the economy of the British Raj is the collapse of the established system of marketing and finance.
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