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In eighteenth-century, trade and commerce underwent major changes. Merchants and artisans moved to live in towns of cities such as Madras. These towns were established by Europeans for locals whom they regarded as “black”. So these towns were known as “black towns” and merchants and artisans lived in these towns for trade.

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