In what ways did british regulate forest trade

Q- In what ways did British regulate forest trade?

Answer- British regulate forest trade by the following ways:

1. Grazing and hunting by the local people were restricted.

2. The British Government gave many large European trading firms the sole right to trade in the forest products of particular areas.

3. In this process, many pastoralists and nomadic communities lost their livelihood. Some of them were forced to work in factories, mines and plantations in order to restrict them from entering into forest trade.

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