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Maximum Production Capacity Per Month

This is the total production capacity of the corporation. A corporation that works at 100% capacity will produce this amount of product. Many corporations do not work at 100% capacity and produce less. Corporations that have all the raw materials they need and the workers they need, will produce at full capacity and may even produce more if salaries in the corporation are at a high level.

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Maximum Production Capacity Per Month This is the total production capacity of the corporation. A corporation that works at 100% capacity will produce this amount of product. Many corporations do not work at 100% capacity and produce less. Corporations that have all the raw materials they need and the workers they need, will produce at full capacity and may even produce more if salaries in the corporation are at a high level.