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In Ming China, why did European traders pay for Chinese silks and porcelains in gold or silver instead of exchanging trade goods? A. The Chinese did not want inferior European trade goods. B. The Europeans had more gold and silver than trade goods. C. The Chinese offered lower prices when paid in gold or silver. D. Gold and silver was easier for the Europeans to transport.
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