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10 October, 07:44

Which of the following best states how the Open Door policy affected China and other countries doing business there?

The Open Door policy stimulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in China.

The Open Door policy equally benefited China, the United States, and other foreign powers.

The Open Door policy increased tax collections in China because of additional trading revenues.

The Open Door policy benefited the United States because China was grateful for US intervention.

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  1. 10 October, 07:57
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    The Open Door policy stimulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in China.

    Option:A.

    Explanation:

    The Open Door Policy initiated by the U. S to protect the equal privileges of all countries during trading with china. That is the equivalent commercial conditions have to exist in China like other great powers.

    It enabled the U. S. to extend its markets for industrial goods. It was distributed among countries like Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia Italy, and Japan.

    This policy founded with British business practices, which were considered in commercial negotiations with the Qing Dynasty after the 1st Opium War.
  2. 10 October, 08:00
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    The open door policy stimulated trade and maintained the influence of foreign powers in china
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