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By the early eighteenth century, there were some companies involved in trade in the Spanish colonies, as was the case with the Royal Company of Guinea, a French trading company that sold slaves and English Seat Company , which also was responsible for the supply of slaves. Cocoa Theobroma cacao plant which monopolized trade Guipuzcoa Company These companies took the seat for smuggling, which greatly harmed the economic interests of the metropolitan government and the king of Spain. As a result, illegal trade has increased alarmingly, and it was necessary to combat it. Continue to learn more with: santie botha. Example of such smuggling is done by boat in relation to snuff Dutchmen from Barinas.The snuff was sent in blue porcelain jars Delft (Netherlands) by way of boats going up the Orinoco and Apure to own province of Barinas, while trade (legal) of snuff with Spain was carried out by mule train to Venezuelans across the Andes to the port of Gibraltar in the south of Lake Maracaibo. The Dutchman came to overcome smuggling trade with Spain’s colonial snuff, so the Spanish Crown built two forts along the Orinoco to combat it, and in the eighteenth century. Netherlands jars of snuff with those traded in Europe bore the inscription Farinas, which came to be a phonetic deformation Varinas since, both in Holland and Germany, the letter “V” has the sound of the “F” Castilian. Guipuzcoana Company operated from 1728 to 1781 (in 1785 became the Company of the Philippines) and worked for actions belonging to Basque capitalists, primarily the province of Guipuzcoa in northern Spain.The contract stipulated that the company would have the monopoly of trade with the province of Venezuela. Thus, it was the only one who could sell all sorts of imported goods, and it could also just buy the products and take them to Spain. After supplied the province of Venezuela, the company could trade with the provinces of Cumana, Margarita and Trinidad. He was equally entitled to reach the ports of La Guaira and Puerto Cabello, but in Spain was from Guip zcoa and back dock in Cadiz. The former headquarters of the Company in Venezuela, now a museum, is located in La Guaira and, fortunately, was not damaged during the tragedy in Vargas State in December 1999. This is a beautiful building with a gabled roof with a small courtyard and is a typical architectural example of the Basque Country.

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