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14 April, 06:49

Following the Spanish-American war, nations in the Caribbean and Central America:A) Were deeply in debt to European nations. B) Had too many consumers. C) Were seeking repayment of debt owed by Europe nations. D) Had few natural resources.

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  1. 14 April, 07:24
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    A) Were deeply in debt to European nations

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    The United States declared war on Spain in the middle of the year 1898, occupied Cuba and demobilized the Cuban army that had been fighting for decades against the Spaniards. Spain suffered defeat and the peace treaty was signed in December of the same year, in addition to handing over the dominance of Puerto Rico. On the other hand, Cuba had a debt of $ 300 million with European creditors and the US was in refusal to pay it.
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