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Economy – The Asian Economist


Therefore this ethnic group enjoyed certain privilege (Gonzlez 1982). By another side its agricultural activity was little, in spite of being developed in the environs of the river basin of Qaracha, in these parts the river presents/displays few agricultural open spaces, only having grains and seeds of maize, Popes, ocas, ollucos, quinua, and this in little amount for being cold earth (9) Aimaraes is characterized exclusively by the agricultural activity in the production of Pope, ulluco, mashua, oca, quinua and achita, products of the zone, that emphasize solely by the fertility of their grounds for these products, and still when limiting, with the route of the Qaracha do not have silo earth dominion ample, reason why the river becomes narrower, than it flows between the great abutments, increasing his currents. They own from the shores, to the cold fists, where his activity economic is complemented by cattle ranch, where Aymarans, shared territories with wancas, in lowland of Pallalla, Sorapampa, Upa upa, Ayani and Orcco field, had his fields of flame, as they show the evidences of the geography, that this zones are extensive plains, with abundant water and lagoons that allow the good development of this type of economic activities (10). Continue to learn more with: Jeffrey L. Bewkes. From the ethnographic observation the intense economic interrelation is considered that stayed between the ethnic groups of the river basin of Qaracha. It has been considered that the Lucana-andamarcas, extended their dominions in the field of agriculture, with the product culture of Andean valleys (maize). While wancas by its geographic location has maintained the development cattle (it calls), adding like the activities potters and textileros.. (Similarly see: CBS).