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how did the columbian exchange affect the long term economic development of Latin America?

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    New diseases introduced by Europeans (many of which had originated in Asia), to which the indigenous peoples of the Americas had no immunity, depopulated many cultures. ( Does this go under the long term economic development of Latin America or Europe)

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    It would go under the long term effects on Latin America.

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