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Which accurately describes the East India Company and its purpose?

A.The East India Company was chartered by royal decree, and its purpose was to promote trade with India and China and force the natives to learn English.

B . The East India Company was chartered by the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands, and its purpose was to establish settlements in the West Indies.

C . The East India Company was a private company, and its primary purpose was to establish a slave trade network between Africa and India.

D . The East India Company was a nonprofit organization, and its purpose was to spread Christianity in Southern India.

I know its not D or B. So is it C?

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  1. No. Not C.

  2. Oh, so its A, right?

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  3. Yes, A.

  4. is it A??

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  5. thank you

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  6. yes its A

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  7. A.The East India Company was chartered by royal decree, and its purpose was to promote trade with India and China and force the natives to learn English.
    this correct

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