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Country Levels - What levels do you shoot for? (White Giant)

Topics: Beginners: Country Levels - What levels do you shoot for? (White Giant)

Maestro2000 (White Giant)

Monday, February 21, 2011 - 06:16 am Click here to edit this post
Education: 200
Health : 150
Social Security: 80
Transportation: 130

Veterans, feel free to comment on the levels you shoot for.

Josias (Little Upsilon)

Monday, February 21, 2011 - 06:46 am Click here to edit this post
for a goal for new players, that probably pretty good.

a couple things i can add. transportation and ssi you just throw money at, you can do those right away.

focus on education before health, as the first grows, it will make it easier for the second.

Scarlet (Little Upsilon)

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 10:03 am Click here to edit this post
Education: 200
(200% required number of Schools, High Schools, and Universities)

Health: 130
(150% required number of Hospitals)

Social Security: 120
(90% payments)

Employment: As high as possible

Transportation: 130
(130% required number of Roads, Train Tracks, and Water Treatment Facilities)

Supply: 100
(no country stock products in shortage)

Corporate Salary: 300 (or 200)

Government Salary: 226 (or 151)

CorporatePartner (Fearless Blue)

Friday, March 25, 2011 - 12:43 pm Click here to edit this post
Education at 130 is fine...otherwise, what scarlet put is good. Also hiring at 90% is fine; keep surpluses of workers and build indexes to get level awards (Game Level).

Over-building high-tech corporations causes excess needs for education then creates other shortages later.

Try getting indexes to moderate levels first, maximize level awards then see what you want to do next.

Hal (White Giant)

Thursday, July 21, 2011 - 09:30 am Click here to edit this post
What does it mean when the "International Market" portion of the "Common Market Score" is negative?

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