This created peace on the road, and greater benefits for those in China. This also allowed Russia safe access to trade routes, stabilizing their rough economy. Furthermore, the increased wealth allowed for greater taxation of both China and Russia, conducted by the Mongol leaders. Pursuing this further, the Mongols additionally established a mail system which contributed to the spread of wealth and also some diseases. On the contrary, Mongol rule was carried out completely differently in China and Russia.
In many ways, both states were extremely similar in the way Mongols ruled them. For instance, both empires made great use of the Silk Road. The “Pax Mongolica” refers to the peace under Mongol rule and the commerce through the routes as religions, ideas, and technologies were spread. However with this increase in trade, both states suffered from a drop in their economies. The Mongols mainly focused on collecting taxes, and when they conquered the areas, they destroyed a lot of farmland in each.
Technically, China does have some laws against taking bribes but there is a fine line between bribes and gift giving. It is an acceptable practice to give gifts to the officials that a company works with because it shows respect and that you value their friendship. The problem is that the gifts are becoming more and more expense to ensure the company gets everything that is needed to open a division in their country. The Chinese government is getting more aggressive with cracking down on officials taking bribes in order to fast track business licenses, but there is still a long way to go. According to FCPA, it is illegal in the United States to bribe or accept a bribe in return for favors, and most statewide business will abide by these laws.
This lead to many cities and towns paying because of the retribution for not paying was too high. After death of the Khan, the Mongol empire split into four khanates and led to using divers methods of political power. However, all of them continued to use the tribute system established by their
But after the Han dynasty declined in , China became divided so the trading along the Silk road decreased. Not until the Tang Dynasty did trade along the Silk Road reach its full height. Station along the road was established to shelter travelers and road were made safer to promote more trade. In the Yuan Dynasty, the Mongols who ruled almost all Asia were very interactive with people of the West. The Mongols established a vast empire and also
In China and the Middle East, politically Mongol rule effected who did the governing, and Mongol rule at first disrupted economies before facilitating trade on a large scale, and effected whether or not they converted to the Mongol-style nomadic economy. In China, the Mongols didn't trust the Chinese, so they got a lot of foreign peoples to come and do the governing. The great khans also dismantled the Chinese traditional Confucian way of government. In Persia, the situation was very different; the Mongols took the highest positions of government, but still gave the lower government positions to Persians. The Mongols didn't dismantle the Persian government; instead they used it to their own advantage.
His aim was to make Russia a super power. * But, he was faced with many problems; Russia had a very small business class, which was central to keeping up with Britain. Also the majority of peasants didn’t have complete freedom which limited migration. Plus, the Russian economy had insufficient funds to invest in industrialisation, as well as the rouble not being on the golden standard so not many people were willing to invest as the rouble wasn’t a safe investment. This was changed when the rouble was put on the golden standard, many people and countries invested such as; factory owners from Bradford as well as Belgium, France and Britain.
As a result of the growing scarcity of silver in China, As a county official, Ye Chunji hopes that the people of China will live frugally and not extravagantly in an effort to help the declining economy by having people live frugally and to spend money on more necessary items than to live extravagantly and waste money (document 1). Furthermore, the effects of silver taxes and transactions is shown through Xu Dunqiu's essay in The Changing Times. In Xu Dunqiu's essay, he shows the change over time from China's barter economy system to a more market economy.
To a certain extent I believe that the impact of the 1st World War was beneficial to the economy and society of the USA. However, on the other hand I don’t agree with the statement as some problems did occur in the society and economy of the USA. It can be argued that the impact of the 1st World War was important on the economy, especially employment. This is a strong argument because during the war employment increased to an extent where 1.3 million jobs were created. It could be argued that this was due to America’s neutrality to the war until April 1917 causing the USA not to have any war damage and this changed America’s economy as they replaced Britain and London as the USA and New York became the Financial Centre of the world.
The Chinese were a great help to our country by providing cheap labor, but because of that they took jobs from the American laborers who desired higher wages and because the overwhelming amount of Chinese immigrants assimilating into our society we passed the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 that placed a restriction on immigration of Chinese laborers. If we view this situation in the point of view of Indians how would us, Americans, feel if the Indians prohibited the immigration of the earliest “Americans or Pilgrims” who came to the