How do you explain the rapid growth of manufactories in the first quarter of the 18th century?

In the first quarter of the 18th century, Peter I came to power, who set himself the goal of making Russia a prosperous and developing country (before he came to power, he was backward). Peter 1 tried to copy everything from Europe. Manufactory has become one of the items. The difference between Russian manufactories and European ones was that forced labor was allowed in manufactories in Russia. During his reign, many manufactories were opened, which helped to develop production, increase labor productivity, the volume of foreign trade, and at the same time the economy.

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