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Estimated Production This Month

This is an estimate of the production level of the corporation for this month. It is a number between 0 and 100%. 100% means that the corporation produces at its full capacity. Corporations always try to produce at high levels but they need raw materials that may not be available and they need many workers with differing skills and education levels and these may not be available in the country in the numbers that are needed in all corporations.

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Estimated Production This Month This is an estimate of the production level of the corporation for this month. It is a number between 0 and 100%. 100% means that the corporation produces at its full capacity. Corporations always try to produce at high levels but they need raw materials that may not be available and they need many workers with differing skills and education levels and these may not be available in the country in the numbers that are needed in all corporations.