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A collecting point for local cash crops (cocoa and palm oil and kernels), it also
serves as a trade centre for yams, maize (corn), cassava, palm produce, cotton,
and kola nuts. Cotton wea ' is a traditional industry of its Yoruba inha itants.
~worker relations in innovation and change 9:507e passim to 510d industrial
espionage, acquisition of trade secrets from business competitors. A by-product
of the technological revolution, industrial espionage is a reaction to the efforts of ...
In King Dauda's reign (1421—38), Kano became a tributary state of the Bornu
kingdom (to the east), and under Abdullahi Burja (1438—52) trade relations with
Bomu were established. Camel caravans brought prosperity under Mohamman ...
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