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Selling Following Product Quality Lower AC

This is the change percentage per game month in case the products remain unsold. If you fill in 5, the price will be decreased by 5% each game month. A negative number will cause the price to increase which does not make much sense when products remain unsold. This setting will apply to corporations.

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Selling Following Product Quality Lower AC This is the change percentage per game month in case the products remain unsold. If you fill in 5, the price will be decreased by 5% each game month. A negative number will cause the price to increase which does not make much sense when products remain unsold. This setting will apply to corporations.