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Kırım’ın Merkantilist Dönemde Karadeniz Ticaretindeki Yeri

Altay, Bora and Korkut, Cem (2013): Kırım’ın Merkantilist Dönemde Karadeniz Ticaretindeki Yeri. Published in: Dünden Bugüne Karadeniz Havzasında Kültürel, Ekonomik ve Ticari İşbirliği (16 June 2013): pp. 137-145.

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Located on major trade routes, its location at Blacksea, climate, inherited heritage provided having a live economic and commercial life in Crimea. The main sources of infome was animals but Crimea was also well developed at wine trade, the slave trade, sources of salt and dried fishery. From the participated in Ottoman Empire in the last quarter of 15th century to the last quarter of 18th century, Ottoman Empire protected its control on Crimea which was one of the provinces of the Ottoman Empire recognized the various concessions. The trade and economic relations of the Crimea which established a strong and as well as unique link between Ottoman Empire with the various concessions and variety of economic activities will form the basis of this study.

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