Question: The export of fine Indian textile to England declined in the 19th century. State why?
Answer: The export of fine Indian textile to England had declined in the 19th century due to the spread of the Industrial Revolution in the latter. This has led to an increase in the production of machine-made textiles by the British industries. They, in turn, forced their government to restrict trade with other countries.
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