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《Journal of Maritime History Studies》 2015-01
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The Coastal Northern China Sugar Trade and Quanzhou Merchants from the Early-18th to the Mid-19th Centuries

Lin Yi;  
After the reunification of Taiwan,customs were established for overseas trade during Kangxi' s reign of the Qing Dynasty. Due to rapid development of trade along the coasts,the sea route became a new channel for trade between the North and the South. Fujian merchants,especially those from Quanzhou,played important roles. They dealt in the long- distant trade between the Fujian- Taiwan region and Jiangnan( Southern Yangtze River region),Shandong,Tianjin and Guandong; this network of trade was called Bei- cao( boats sailing to the northern coast of China) trade.They sent to Jiangnan and North China commodities like cane sugar,fruits,wood and groceries from Fujian and Taiwan,and they brought back commodities like cotton,cloth and silk from Jiangnan,grains from North China,as well as soybeans and bean- paste biscuits from Guandong. Cane sugar was the most important good in the Bei- cao trade.
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