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This section contains notes to the introduction, and all the chapters of the book The Dutch East India Company's Tea Trade with China, 1757-1781. The book is a case study of the tea trade of the Dutch East India Company with China. It deals with the most profitable phase of the Dutch Company’s China trade, focusing on the question why and how the tea trade was taken out of the hands of the High Government in Batavia and put under the supervision of the newly established China Committee in 1757.

Keywords: Batavia; China; Dutch East India Company; High Government; tea trade



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