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I need some advice

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Ainz Ooal Gown

Monday, October 15, 2018 - 07:17 pm Click here to edit this post
For example, I have a corp in my country. Then a CEO has majority control over my corp. I only want to exercise control on my corps in a way that my countries and my enterprise has control over it.

Is there a way for me to kick that CEO out of my country?

Just asking.


Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 10:49 am Click here to edit this post
You can use your military force to take over the corporation, physically. If you want to solve your conflict in peace, you can talk to the CEO. My $0.01 cent advise.

Johanas Bilderberg

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 01:31 pm Click here to edit this post
Please explain how to use military force to take over a corporation.

I am very interested in this.

As to the original question you can raise taxes to encourage CEO's to leave but you miss out of the benefits of having them.


Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 12:03 pm Click here to edit this post
There's no way to use military force on a CEO corp.

Ainz - the first thing I'd do is send a message to the corporation owner and ask them if they'd transfer their corp to another country. You can increase the tax rate (or threaten to) to make your country a less attractive place to have a corporation in. If they don't answer or refuse to move then the only thing you can do is to nationalise the corporation, or bid on it with your own enterprise so that it becomes yours. Be careful with this though, such hostile actions have been known to be the start of trade wars and even military wars.

In your country settings you can switch on and off the "Block CEOs". As far as I know, this setting will stop CEOs building, buying or moving corporations into your country but won't do anything against enterprise corporations that are already there. If you want to build, buy or move corporations of your own enterprise into the country, you'll have to toggle the "Block CEOs" setting while you do your business moves then reblock afterwards.

Like Johanas said, I'm also of the opinion that CEO corps are more of a positive than a negative for your country. Everyone has to play their own game though.

Hope this helps,


Ainz Ooal Gown

Monday, October 22, 2018 - 10:13 pm Click here to edit this post
Raising the taxes on my country is not going to work on my situation.

I only want my Enterprise to control majority shares on my corporations on my country.

I see how important Enterprise Corporations are to a country, however, I want to exercise full command of my economy. I have two enterprises already operating in my country and one of them already owns 61 corps in just 1 country. If I raise the taxes on my country, the damage it will do to my Enterprise would be astronomical. Afterall, my Enterprise only works with minimal profits and only exists as a form of State Controlled Enterprise.

Currently I am exercising a form of a Communist Governance with a Centralized Economy. The Enterprise are only there to supply the state with a much needed benefits and quality increase.

Block CEOs option would not be beneficial for me either at this point. My intention is not to stop CEOs from coming in and do their moves but rather for me to own all businesses inside the country. I dont care what they do as long as the corps I build will remain under my control.

Nationalizing corporations will not do either. Wars are expensive and I would rather use all of my profits to build and improve the state of my country. That last thing I would like to do is to spark a trade war and worst, hot wars.

I see. So my options arent that plenty either.

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