The exploitation of India was expressed in the economic subordination of the country. England. The population was exploited using a special land tax. This tax and the monopoly on opium and salt by the middle of the XIX century brought 85% of English income in India. The monopoly of the India-based company on trade became a brake on the development of the Indian economy. The British earned huge profits, but hundreds of thousands of Indian weavers could not compete with cheap English textiles and went bankrupt. Due to the decline in consumption of Indian aristocrats, artistic crafts fell into decay. In addition, India was considered by the British as a valuable market for the supply of soldiers.
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