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Posted by Please help on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 10:36pm.

How did the British mercantlism prevent the economic development of the colonies?

A.) The colonies were process to export their products to Great Britain only, thus limiting development.

B.) British laws discouraged the growth of manifacture and forced colonies to buy British products

C.) Great Britain bought all of the colonies manufactured products at reduced prices and outlawed their sale between colonies.

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