chapter- from trade to territory
why did the british set up theirfirst factories on the western coast?
what policies and methods did the EEIC adopt to get trade cocessions
why was the indian civil  service called the steel frame of the british raj 

Asked by ajayrath7 | 29th Jul, 2017, 06:12: PM

Expert Answer:

The British set up their first factories on western coast because Surat in the state of Gujarat had a long coastline. Further, several ships from Persia, Africa and East Asia arrived at Surat for trade purposes. The Western coast of India was well connected to Africa, Middle east Asia and Europe (via the sea route).
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Answered by Social Science Expert | 30th Jul, 2017, 01:42: PM

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