The Was A Mercenary Army In The Congo Composed Of Various Europe

The ——- ——–   was a mercenary army in the Congo composed of various Europeans from among the local population in Africa.

The policy promoted by the British in Africa during the early nineteenth century by which one European nation would not interfere with the trading rights of another was the:

non-interference policy.

fair trade policy.

even trade policy.

free trade policy.

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