Growth and impact of the Dutch East India Company
How the Dutch East Indian Company changed Indonesia as a country it self.
In the 17th century, there used to a Dutch East based company, which would trade with India, this company was layed in Indonesia, when the Dutch people still had control. This compnay was going by the name VO.
Since Indonesia had VOC, they were more into extended trading, this leaded Indonesia to gain more products all over the world, this made Indonesia gain more economy as the same time, this somewhat helped Indonesia become the country it is now.
The VOC also had gain military force, which they used to gain land, which they would use as areas for trading, such as when they took Malacca from the Portuguese on 1641.
One of the major territorial advances which happened was when Dutch decided to replace Amangkurat III eith his uncle, Pakubowono I,after this, immediately Dutch gain even more land and power across Java, which helped empower Dutch.
The VOC established company factories, to make their jobs easier, this is like checking supplies, the amount they got, control over trades practically,to help the business running. Not only this but as well as help them to make products for their lives, such ambon.
In 1799, the VOC was broken down, the company itself was dead, due to bankruptcy and wars, and so Indonesia regain their land, and the VOC was banished totally, after fighting France before they were broken down, they lost to them, which was one reason for why VOC was closed down forever.
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