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The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
The tobacco monopolybackup
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  • 1. The Tobacco Monopoly
  • 2.  
  • 3. Tobacco Monopoly
    • Economic program of Spanish Government
    • Tobacco production in the Philippines was under total control of the government.
  • 4. Tobacco Monopoly
    • Started in February 9, 1780
    • Lasted in March 1, 1782
  • 5. Tobacco Monopoly
    • Gov. Gen. Jose Basco y Vargas
  • 6. Tobacco Monopoly
  • 7. Tobacco Monopoly
    • Cagayan Valley
    • Ilocos Norte
    • Ilocos Sur
    • La Union
    • Isabela
    • Abra
    • Nueva Ecija
    • Marinduque
  • 8. Tobacco Monopoly
  • 9. Tobacco Monopoly
    • No other province was allowed to plant tobacco.
    • The government exported the tobacco to other countries
  • 10. Tobacco Monopoly
    • It made the Philippines a leader in world tobacco production.
    • Part of it to the cigarette factories in Manila.
  • 11. Tobacco Monopoly
    • 1882 – Tobacco production was abolished
    • Governor – General Fernando Primo de Rivera – abolished the Tobacco Monopoly
  • 12. Tobacco Monopoly
  • 13. Royal Company of the Philippines
    • Founded by King Charles III.
    • Established in 1785
  • 14. Royal Company of the Philippines
    • cultivation of:
      • Sugar
      • Indigo
      • Peppers
      • Mulberry trees for silk
      • Textile factories
  • 15. Royal Company of the Philippines
    • Trading directly with other Asian countries without paying taxes
    • Direct trade between Spain and the Philippines
  • 16. Royal Company of the Philippines
    •   Opposed by the traders of the Galleon trade who saw it as competition.
    • This gradually resulted into the death of both institutions
  • 17. Royal Company of the Philippines
    • 1814 - Royal Philippine Company
    • 1815 - Galleon trade
  • 18.  

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