Latin America and the world in the XIX century - Coggle Diagram
Latin America and the world in the XIX century
Origin of latin america exports
In 1890, the United States and Germany challenged British leadership.
Great Britain was the initiator of much of the imports until the 1870s.
Germany did it on all continents, and with all
kinds of products, but America was going to be the winner in the end.
Destination of Latin America exports
Latin America exports:
12% of cattle
62% of coffe
18% of cereals
14% fruits and vegetables
25% rubber hides and skins.
With this income, industrialized manufactured products are imported.
At the end of the 19th century, Latin Americans exported
products (minerals, food without process).
Who did they produce?
The production and extraction of these products was not created by magic.
While Latin American millionaires spent sums of money in Paris or London
It became the starting engine of a large migratory flow, especially towards the countries called ABC (Argentina, Brazil and Chile)
Entry to the world market
American countries entered the world market one by one
Argentina and Uruguay began to export hides, skins and tallow.
Chile began to sell flour, oil and wine.
The economies of Latin America in world trade
The population grew from 20 million inhabitants in 1820 to 62 million in 1900.
Latin America underwent many changes