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Title: History East &South Africa

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Subject: History
Author: James B
Date: March 2, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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They moved in caravans of 100 to 1,000 people. Capital was provided by the Indian Bunyans who even gave out goods on credit. The means of exchange was by barter trade and the means of transport by porters who carried the goods on their heads. Imports were gunpowder; guns, cloths and beads while the exports were gold, ivory, slaves etc...

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Imports were gunpowder; guns, cloths and beads while the exports were gold, ivory, slaves etc. Exports were raw materials while the imports were mainly manufactured goods. Security was provided by both the Arabs and African leaders. Below are the effects of this on trade in East Africa. 1. There was development of new towns and cities like Bujiji, Tabora...

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