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Questions??? (Little Upsilon)

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iczerone (Little Upsilon)

Saturday, March 21, 2009 - 02:47 am Click here to edit this post
when you put up loans do you make money every month off of them or when you are paid back? What exactly do you get for posting up loans for others? my country in Little Upsilon is called emptiness, i have sold some shares in my company's and now they are Country Controlled Public Corporations, what does this exactly mean and does it help me. I have alot of corps but when deciding how to set shares and upgrades and selling share to change them to public corps or private corps i don't know how or what they mean. If you can help me i would graciously appreciate the help.
thank you

Zdeněk Pavlovský (Fearless Blue)

Saturday, March 21, 2009 - 08:32 am Click here to edit this post
When ..? - every (game) month. in case they are paid back early, then i think one gets paid some "fee" too

What ..? - interest

What does it help ..? - short answer is: public corporations which allow, among other things, for higher upgrades

I .. ? - how to set shares depends on purpose. different % have different consequences. upgrades, in general, are to be maxed.


trial & error

good luck

Maxwell 'Danger' Powers (Little Upsilon)

Sunday, March 22, 2009 - 05:53 pm Click here to edit this post
ountry controlled corporations are not, accroding to my understanding, public corporations. The distinction is in who is the major share holder, a country (country controlled) or the stock market (public). Public corporations can be upgraded more and a % of disabled people/housewives can also be rehabilitatted into the economey poportional to the number of pulic corporation employees. Thus there is a double whammy benefit which, i think, makes public corporations much more beneficial to a country than state or country controlled corporations.

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