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Título: MANILA AS AN INTERNATIONAL ENTREPÔT: CHINESE AND JAPANESE TRADE WITH THE SPANISH PHILIPPINES AT THE CLOSE OF THE 16TH CENTURY
Palabras clave: Historia
Manila
Japan
Macau
Nihonmachi
Ming China
Philippines
Portugal
Editorial: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Descripción: In 1571, with the founding of the city of Manila upon a pre-existing indigenous settlement, the mission of the Basque adelantado Miguel López de Legazpi granted to the Castilian Crown the insertion in the East Asian commercial framework. Within just few years, Manila became a flourishing entrepôt and a crossroads between the Americas, China and Japan, mostly for the exchange of Japanese and Mexican silver with Chinese silks and porcelains. The following paper examines the trade relations of the Spanish newcomers with the Chinese and Japanese overseas merchants, drawing a comprehensive panorama of Manila as an international entrepôt at the close of the 16th century.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=36112468005
Aparece en las Colecciones:Bulletin of Portuguese - Japanese Studies

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