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Don we get recessions? (Golden Rainbow)

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Dvd Avins (Golden Rainbow)

Sunday, July 27, 2008 - 08:52 pm Click here to edit this post
All of a sudden, my corps have unwanted inventory. Do the mechanics of this game lend themselves to occasional player-generated recessions?

Angus88 (Little Upsilon)

Tuesday, July 29, 2008 - 08:14 am Click here to edit this post
Oh yeah recessions happen in SC for a number of reasons. I'm not sure about a depression though, it seams like many players would have to forcefully educe a depression.

What I think your referring to an individual demand/supply of one/possibly several good/s, not a decline in economic growth of the world/country/region (basically what a recession is). Probably the best way to determine economic growth in SC is to check the demand history of production plants, each increase of production plant equals a new corporations built, if demand is steadily increasing then economic growth is increasing (well technically, if you count military industrial complexes a real determination of the global economic growth), if demand has decreased significantly then its probably a recession. LU just recently went through a recession (or maybe even depression) because of world wide HLW shortages, which resulted forced me to close 2/3 of my production plant corporations. I'd say now LU is still slightly in recession or recovering.

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