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Local Trading Country <-> Enterprise

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Sunday, August 5, 2018 - 04:57 pm Click here to edit this post

I tried to set up a local trade between my country corporations and my enterprise corporations, but it doesn't seem like either find the products offered on the local market.

It states the following on "Your Local and Common Market" on the enterprise section.

About the Local Market
The Local Market is the trading between your own corporations. If you are President of a country then the Local Market is also the trading between your corporations and your own country. Trading on the Local Market will increase your score. The more self-supporting your corporations and country are, the higher your score will be.


Sunday, August 5, 2018 - 09:26 pm Click here to edit this post
You need to set up a Common Market with your country or enterprise. The other then needs to join that Common Market.

Local contracts are between corps owned by the same entity. Contracts between country corps and enterprise corps are common market contracts.


Monday, August 6, 2018 - 06:03 pm Click here to edit this post
Ok, I was afraid that was the case.

Would take a couple of countries in an empire to have 100% local market trading then, but I guess that's one good point.

Thanks for a quick answer mate.

I'm a returning gamer, again :)


Tuesday, August 7, 2018 - 10:01 pm Click here to edit this post
Common market contracts to corps are good for products that are always in shortage.

Contracting too much to your corps will increase the output quality to above the maximum. You will loose money by over paying for supplies. You do not want to be 100% self sufficient.

All country contracts for consumables are good.

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