Excerpt from The Business Magazine, Vol. 11: October, 1905
The effect of this enormous increase in the power of production, transportation, and communication has been to multiply commerce in all parts of the world. The world's international commerce, which a single century ago was less than two billions of dollars, is now 22 billions, and the commerce of the Orient, which was less than 200 million dollars, is now nearly millions.
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