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Solved English Precis exercise on “Effect of War on Trade” 250 Words Precis for Class 10, 12 and Competitive Examination.

Solved Precis exercise on “Effect of War on Trade”

War among the nations is a universal evil, born of avarice and hatred. What they fought for is money in some form or another Instead of sharing the wealth of the world among themselves in a friendly and fraternal spirit, each nation attempts to grab more than the others and also tries to exploit the labor of weaker nations. This greed is the root cause of war. The nationals fight for lands, slaves, tribute, trade markets, the field of investment supplies of raw materials, administrative jobs and posts, and other economic advantages. The real motive of all wars was laid bare long ago by Marcus Cato when he threw downing the Roman Senate House the large figs that grew in the solid of Carthage. Plutarch says when senators admired their size and beauty, he remarked that “the country which produced this fruit is only at a three days distance from Rome”. The wars of the Teutons against Rome were waged for the acquisition of land. The Spaniards fought the English to preserve their monopoly of gold and silver of America, the English fought the Portuguese for the trade and tribute of the East. The Germans built a navy and entered in the Great War in order to acquire colonies in Africa which had been partitioned among England France and Portugal. The English were also anxious to end the commercial and industrial rivalry of Germans by war. Thus the collective greed of each nation has led to bloody wars during the last four centuries

 

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Title – Effect of War on Trade

War among the nations is a universal evil. Instead of sharing the wealth of the world among themselves in a friendly and fraternal spirit. The real motive of all wars was laid long ago by Marcus Cato. The Spaniards fought the English to preserve their monopoly of gold and silver of America and the English fought the Portuguese for the trade and tribute of the East. It is true that war causes a direct impact on trading activities and bloody wars should be avoided at all levels for the development of trade at the global level.

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