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Corporation question

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 03:26 pm Click here to edit this post
Hi all,

The past few days i have noticed some of my corrporations have dropped from 122% production to 0% present production, or are in the proccess of decreasing. Thoughs corrporations have acquired shortages. At the same time my bussiness index has stayed at a consistent 110 average, but has now dropped to 78 for the first time since i started playing simcountry. Is it the shortages that are significantly affecting my bussiness index and production levels, making them drop significantly? Ive had shortages before but its never effected my indexes as much as it is now. Anyways if it is the shortages, whats the best way to fix them.

My country is "Kunis" on Golden rainbow, Auriga Bella, Nassau Region

Thanks for the help

Brandon Gil

Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 04:32 pm Click here to edit this post
Well you can join a common market and get High Quality stuff to run your corps and prevent shortages. Also your production and hiring maybe 0% because you have an auto feature that "when business is not making a profit, it fires people to make it profitable, thus lowering production. These are my thoughts Crafty or someone else will be around shortly to clarify.


Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 09:25 pm Click here to edit this post
Sure, it's ether shortages of supplies for your corps or shortages of workers.

It's easy to see from the list of corps at what level they are hiring. You really must aim for 100%. And the same list will show you if corps are short of supplies, then you can inspect that corp to see what you can do about it.

I just checked your country:


Trade Strategies
Sale Strategy Best Price
Buying Strategy Start at 1% of the market price and increase by 3% every month that the product is not delivered.

Hah! and there lies the problem..

At this moment in time, I am not going to say any more. You should be able to see your problem for yourself very easily.

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