DOI: 10.11606/t.12.2016.tde-27072016-162132
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Closing doors (1780-1813): the liquidation process at General Company of Pernambuco and Paraíba

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“…But, DEB was virtually unknown in Portugal at that time (Ratton, 1813). To address that situation, the companies hired bookkeepers from France, Germany, England and Italy (Oliveira, 2014; Ratton, 1813; Silva, 2016). In 1759, Pombal responded to the shortage by establishing a School of Commerce in Lisbon to create a generation of graduates skilled in the art of DEB (Rodrigues et al , 2007).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…But, DEB was virtually unknown in Portugal at that time (Ratton, 1813). To address that situation, the companies hired bookkeepers from France, Germany, England and Italy (Oliveira, 2014; Ratton, 1813; Silva, 2016). In 1759, Pombal responded to the shortage by establishing a School of Commerce in Lisbon to create a generation of graduates skilled in the art of DEB (Rodrigues et al , 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%