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Why was maritime trade better in Southeast Asia than in Western Asia? A. Ports had better access to fresh water and could sustain a permanent settlement B. There were more monsoons in the eastern part of Asia C.There were more mountains in western Asia and fewer ports D. Religious differences did not allow trade between cultures E. There were no women in port cities, so sailors didn't want to stop there
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User: Why was maritime trade better in Southeast Asia than in Western Asia? A. Ports had better access to fresh water and could sustain a permanent settlement B. There were more monsoons in the eastern part of Asia C.There were more mountains in western Asia and fewer ports D. Religious differences did not allow trade between cultures E. There were no women in port cities, so sailors didn't want to stop there

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Maritime trade was better in Southeast Asia than in Western Asia because: Ports had better access to fresh water and could sustain a permanent settlement.
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