| Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 01:55 pm |
It seems that they make slave countries very hard to revive after you gain them.
I took control of one the first day I started playing (about two weeks ago) and ever since I haven't been able to revive its economy.
It never seems to gain any workers, even though I'm gaining population. I ended up giving up and turning on economic protection for that country, but it's so far not helped whatsoever. And it's quite a drain considering its holding me back from achieving level 3 and over (I hate the average rule).
Commonwealth of Mosaraf on GR is the country name, can someone take a look and give me some pointers please? Or I'm gonna have to abandon it. Education, health and transportation are over 100, but now I can't seem to train any workers to build any of those buildings, neither to build corporations.
I'm really unsure of what I'm doing wrong, I run two other countries that are doing very well for themselves, but this one in particular I can't seem to do anything about and it's really pissing me off.
| Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 03:57 pm |
I had that issue when I took a country over in the first week or so of playing.
Then I gave it up and decided to work on my own... which went downhill shortly after.
If its losing cash, turn automation off for hospitals. That was a huge loss maker for me.
| Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 04:19 pm |
It's actually says its gaining cash on the financial statement, but the cash never seems to raise.
| Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 05:34 pm |
Now I think about it, my enterprise is having the same issue as my country.
It's companies are making continuous profit, but I'm somehow going bankrupt even though I haven't built a corporation for ages. I came back one day to it having taken out a loan. Though as I said, my corporations are making a lot of profit and never have leftover goods.
| Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 07:41 pm |
Its not your corporations then.
Whats your profit transfer set to?
Have you checked your cash log for transactions?
Could you deactivate some weapons to save cash?
Is your countries welfare rating rising or falling?
| Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 07:55 pm |
Welfare is rising.
On the country im struggling with, the tax is 30% and profit is 50%, it only has one CEO in it.
Also, I have been continuously deactivating weapon systems in that country, it's down to about 40% active military now. I'm continuing to lower it at the max amount I can per month.
I've been having to loan money over from my main country just to keep it stable, and it's getting more and more annoying every day cause I'm simply stuck not being able to advance because it's holding my score back.
| Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 03:51 am |
I still need help with this aspect of the game. How to revive a country that you have bombed back to the stone age?
| Saturday, April 1, 2017 - 10:39 pm |
Perhaps you should ask Aries. See General topic and find the topic Ask Aries. Who should be able to help you.
| Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 01:33 am |
"How to revive a country that you have bombed back to the stone age?"
1. Teach them to knap flint.
2. Buy as much construction as you can. (needed to rebuild}
3. Build as many war hospitals as you can. (Heal your wounded)
4. Sell or transfer out all the weapons. (cut costs free up workers)
5. Increase tax rate to 40% (extra short term income, private corps can't move out without paying premium unless you've transferred or sold pop)
5. Rebuild economy, education, health and transportation.
| Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 05:39 am |
Yankee, I have rebuilt education, health care, and transportation; and yet, even though my corporations show profits, I am not making a profit. I have sold all the military, cut the quality of goods as much as I can, but still nada.
| Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 02:42 pm |
The best way to rebuild a country after a war is letting the system do it. Check all boxes in "automation" then leave it alone for a few game years. The Simcountry system will fix it for you. That is my personal experience. Hope it helps you.
| Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 06:52 pm |
Ok hoahunqduong5, I will give it a try.