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Contracted Volume for Materials needed

This column shows the amounts of money that are involved in the contracts for raw materials. High numbers, specially in the local and common market columns, mean that the corporations in your country are supplied by other corporations in your own country or corporations in the common market. International contracts are also preferred to the purchase of raw materials on the general market where there are frequent shortages.

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The most often used terms in simcountry are explained here. If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact The Gamemaster. This list is maintained daily.

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Contracted Volume for Materials needed This column shows the amounts of money that are involved in the contracts for raw materials. High numbers, specially in the local and common market columns, mean that the corporations in your country are supplied by other corporations in your own country or corporations in the common market. International contracts are also preferred to the purchase of raw materials on the general market where there are frequent shortages.