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" China too, several great rivers form, by their different branches, a multitude of canals, and by communicating with one another afford an inland navigation much more extensive than that either of the Nile or the Ganges, or perhaps than both of them put... "
Asian Firms: History, Institutions and Management - 第 113 頁
Frank B. Tipton 著 - 2008 - 432 頁
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Readings in the Economics of the Division of Labor: The Classical Tradition

Guang-Zhen Sun - 2005 - 294 頁
...navigable canals in the same manner as the Nile does in Egypt. In the Eastern provinces of China too, several great rivers form, by their different branches,...have derived their great opulence from this inland navigation. All the inland parts of Africa, and all that part of Asia which lies any considerable way...
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Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith - 2007 - 596 頁
...Ganges, or perhaps than both of them put together. It is remarkable that neither the aetient Egyp~ tians, nor the Indians, nor the Chinese, encouraged foreign...have derived their great opulence from this inland navigation. All the inland parts of Africa, and al! that part of Asia which lies any considerable way...
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The Real Price of Everything: Rediscovering the Six Classics of Economics

Michael Lewis - 2007 - 1467 頁
...the Ganges, or, perhaps, than both of them put together. It is remarkable, that neither the ancient Egyptians, nor the Indians, nor the Chinese, encouraged...have derived their great opulence from this inland navigation. All the inland parts of Africa, and all that part of Asia which lies any considerable way...
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