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Economic Report

Post by Frank on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:29 am

Has someone a old copy of an Economic Report and would be so kind to upload it? bounce
Maybe from Game 1, 4 or 5 so no actual information is revealed.

I ask therefore because i want to know what information i can ask to my trade minister. To have the report would be of a great help for me.

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Kingmaker on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:53 am

there is no economic reports as such unless you mean the ones you get from Agema for your country


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Re: Economic Report

Post by Frank on Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:05 pm

Yes i mean the formerly optional detailed Economic Report for each game year which give more detail regarding what have happening economically. Whose price was shown in the newspaper.
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Kingmaker on Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:13 pm

I will have a dig but dont think I have any....


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Re: Economic Report

Post by Frank on Sat Feb 12, 2011 12:28 pm

That would be nice. cheers
Maybe you have luck.
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Ardagor on Sun Feb 13, 2011 2:13 am

Here is one from game 4

LGDR #4 ECONOMIC REPORT, 1706 (August 2002)
TAX RATES & TRADE INVESTMENTS

ENGLAND
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 84%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Egypt and Denmark
FOREIGNERS BANNED IN COLONIES (due to navigation acts)

Maritime; (5% low caste Hundus) 254,000
Mediterranean; (inc. carrying Portugese goods) 19,000
Baltic; (12% Swedes, 11% Poles, tobacco; Goteborg Company of Sweden - holds Sweden`s tobacco monopoly) 120,000
Europe, (39% Swiss, 7% Wurtemburger) 55,000
Americas; (1% Germans, 49% sugar, 40% cotton, 5% timber, 5% furs, 1% french brandy) 949,000
India(inc. carrying Portugese goods) (40% Sikhs, 50% Indians in South) (5% firearms, 10% spices, 10% silks, 10% gems, 10% gold, 10% silver, 15% cotton, 10% weaving, 10% rice, 10% fishing) 48,000
Africa; 28,000
Far East; (55% low-caste Hindus, 25% Sikhs, 25% Golcondans) 75,000
Slavery; (via Gold Coast) 104,000 @ 13 each

MUNSTER
Nobles; 0%
Church; 0%
Commoners; 9,5%
Foreigners; 10%
5% for United Provinces, France, Russia, Denmark

Baltic; 30,000
Europe; 55,000

KWANTUNG CHINA
Nobles; 0%
Temples; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
All foreign trade banned except, via Canton only; France, Japan, Russia., Prussia
Russians permitted to trade in sable furs & tin.
Europe(20% Hundus, 20% Burmese, 20% Annamese, 20% Siamese, 20% Vietnamese) 19,000
Far East; (7% Cambodians, 3% Burmese, 5% Siamese, 5% Hindus, 1% Vietnamese) (30% silver mining, 30% glazed blue porcelain, 32% silk, 1% toys, 1% lead mining, 1% tin mining, 1% gold mining, 4% fishing) 3,790,000
Tea; 38,000

Prussia

Nobles; 2%
Church; 1%
Commoners; 15%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Russia

Baltic; (60% timber, 40% Baltic Trading Co - English staffed) 252,000
Europe; (94% schnapps - Greiffenburg distillery, 3% wool, 3% silk) 155,000
East Europe; (Swedes) (wool) 87,000
Far East (Prussian Far East Trading Co, 30% Chinese) (85% firearms) 81,000
Slavery; (Prussia African Trading Co, 10% Swiss) 60,000

SCOTLAND
Nobles; 0%
Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

PAPACY
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0% (poor relief being paid, equal to a 3% tax)
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
English Banned

Mediterranean; (4% scythes, 2% carts, 1% horses, 1% wines, 1% farming - 95% MTC) (5% MoF) 11,000
Europe; (30% wine, 30% olive oil, 40% textiles) 94,000 (ECC)
Far East; (50% wine, 50% olive oil - 1 ship only) 6,000

ASANTE
Nobles; 0%
Temples; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
Internal trade; permit needed off Accra Office, or face death penalty.
Monopolies on exports out of Asante lands
on ivory - Hisponola Company
on iron and manganese - Russia
on Acacia gum, furniture and coal - France
India; (silk) 79,000
Africa; (Slave labor) (36% cattle, 10% diamond mining, 5% timber, 5% groundnuts, 2% cotton, 2% charcoal burning, 10% ivory to Hispanola Co, 10% iron ore, 6% brothels, 1% warehousing, 11 % North Africa salt, 2% pot carriers) 1,030,000
Slavery; (on land) 244,000 @9 each

LIEGE - COLOGNE
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 10%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

Europe; 28,000

PERSIA
Nobles; 5%
Mosques; 5%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 13%

WALLACHIA
Nobles; 0%
The Church; o%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Russia, Saxony, Poland, all Holy Roman Empire States

Mediterranean; (90% livestock, 10% salt inc. 5% Tartars) 26,000
East Europe; (8% Tartars) (59% livestock, 25% iron ore, 16% salt) 180,000

SAVOY
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
Ottoman merchants; 33%
France, Spain; 0%
Spain has a monopoly on luxury goods imports.

Mediterranean; 213,000
Europe; 48,000

UNITED PROVINCES
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
05 for France, Venice, Russia, Moghul India, Rajputs, Maharatas

Maritime; (28% carrying Austrian cargo) 176,000
Mediterranean; (7% English trading with Wallachia, 10% imported teak) 131,000
Baltic; 361,000
Europe; (10% Swiss) 136,000
East Europe; 33,000
Americas; (inc. carrying Austrian cargoes) 64,000
India; (50% silk, 50% cotton) 21,000
Africa; 62,000
Far East; (10% with Korea, 10% teak) 181,000

JAPAN
Nobles; 3%
Temples; 3%
Commoners; 15%
Foreihners; 20%
Russians & Dutch banned on pain of death.
English traders allowed via Deshima only.
Far East; (11 rice, 8% forestry, 7% shipbuilding, 7% silk manufacture, 8% box decorating, 3% pottery, 5% fishing, 10% sake rice wine for China & Korea, 3% salt, 11% copper mining, 9% ship cargo, 1% seaweed, 11% tea, 1% wheat farming, 2% whaling, 1% art) 921,000
Tea; (internal production) 34,000

FRANCE
Nobles; 0% (actually 10%, representing amounts paid by officers to army upkeep)
The Church: 0%
Commoners; 14%
Foreigners; 20%
0% for Sweden, Russia, Spain, Asante, Austria, Papacy, Moghul India, United Provinces, Venice, Savoy
ENGLISH BANNED
ALL BANNED IN COLONIES EXCEPT 0% NATIONS.
Monopoly licences needed for French trade to Sweden (sold to French merchants for 7,000) - but effectively under Swedish laws no trade reaching Sweden.

Maritime; (5% art, 5% wine, 5% furniture, 5% cloth, 5% silverware) (75% Muscovite Hemp Company - monopoly supplier of naval stores to the French Navy) 80,000
Mediterranean; (10% art, 25% wine, 5% furniture, 5% cloth, 5% silverware) 10,000
Baltic; (1% art, 1% wine, 1% furniture, 1% cloth, 1% silverware) (90% Muscovite Hemp Company) 10,000
Europe; (10% art, 10% wine, 10% furniture, 5% cloth, 15% silverware) 10,000
East Europe; (Muscovite Hemp Company) 36,000
Americas; (40% tobacco, 30% furs, 30% fishing) 168,000
Africa; (30% Slave labour) (25% Asante furniture, 75%gum Senegal) 98,000
Slavery; (via Gold Coast) 9,000 @ 17 each

RUSSIA
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners: 10% (Guild members exempt)
Foreigners: 10%
0% for United Provinces, Prussia, Ottoman Europe, Portugal, Wallachia, Spain, Denmark, Venice, Ottoman Barbary States, Compagnie LÒrient, Moghul India, Maharatas, France, Sweden.
25% for England
Spain has monopoly on tobacco sales.

Maritime; 624,000
Mediterranean; (via Valetta & Kekira) (40% Swiss) (20% caviar, 10% vodka, 10% timber, 10% soap, 10% candles, 20% sails, 20% iron) 278,000
Baltic; (15% timber, 5% soap, 10% candles, 15% leather, 10% fur, 10% sails, 15% cloth, 10% salt, 10% iron) 1,080,000
Europe; (22% Swiss) 468,000
East Europe; (20% caviar, 50% furs, 20% vodka) 1,770,000
India; 345,000
Africa; (iron ore mining in Asante, slave labour) 334,000
Far East; 865% via Dutch ports, 22% with Korea, 13% tin mines Chinese border) 641,000


SPAIN
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 5%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Russia
ALL BANNED IN COLONIES INCLUDING OWN! (The Asiento contract is currently held by The Hispanola Company, all else are banned from doing so unless holding current licence).
0% for Hostein agreed by Five Guilds (bit not voted on yet by the Cortez`s or the King).

Maritime; (7% French) (20% iron ore mined near Pamplona, 80% fishing) 118,000
Mediterranean; (34% French) (30% The Imperial Tobacco & Coffee Company of Istanbul - using coffee/tobacco imported via Americas traders) 257,000
Europe; (26% French) 100,000
East Europe; (30% French) (tobacco to Russia) 111,000
Americas; (35% French) (10% teak, trade everywhere, have Hispanola Coy. licences until February 1706 when it will become banned again unless new licence bought) 582,000
Africa (40% French) 60,000
Far East; 22,000
Slavery; (via Gold Coast, 20% French, have Hispanola Coy. licences until February 1706) 1,070,000 @ 13 each

VENICE
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 5%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Savoy, France, Saxony, Venice
33% for Ottomans

Mediterranean; 91,000
Europe; (11% venetian glass, 11% wine, 10% olives, 10% salt, 10% hungarian paprika, 10% armaments, 10% timber, 10% lace, 6% salt, 6% cloth, 6% wool) 60,000

EGYPT
Nobles; 2%
Mosques; 2%
Commoners; 12%
Foreigners; 12%
0% for England (includes toll on the Suez Canal)

Mediterranean; (English; Joint Anglo-Egyptian Venture) 13,000
Africa; 10,000
Slavery; (via Mogadishu, 60% sold to Abyssinia) 30,000 @12 each

BARBARY STATES
Nobles; 0%
Mosques; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Russians

Mediterranean; (salt) 22,000

AUSTRIA
Nobles; 0,5%
The Church; 1%
Commoners; 10,5%
Foreigners; 10,5%

Maritime; (carried by Dutch traders) 38,000
Mediterranean; 18,000
Europe; (24% wine, 20% pilsen beer, 14% silesian coal, 40% silesian iron, also dealing with Porugese goods, 2% bohemian glass) 1,290,000
East Europe; 184,000
Americas; (8% via Dutch merchants) 120,000

UZBEKS
Nobles; 0%
Mosques; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

East Europe; 26,000

TUSCANY
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

Mediterranean; 22,000

SAXONY
Nobles; 5%
The Church; 5%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Bavaria, Venice, The Papacy, Genoa and Austria

Europe; (18% fine china Meissen porcelain, 13% iron, 16% glass, 17% textiles, 17% merino wool, 3% books) 231,000

HANOVER
Nobles; 4%
The Church; 4%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 8%

GENOA
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

MOROCCO
Nobles; 0%
Mosques; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

Mediterranean; (30% Turks) 5,000
Africa; 10,000
Slavery; ( via Sahara) 26,000 @ 15 each

HOLSTEIN
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 5%
Commoners; 9%
Foreigners; 7%

Baltic; (horses) 38,000
Europe; (textile mills) 4,000

POLAND
Nobles; 10%
The Church; 10%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

Baltic; 5,000

CRIMEA
Nobles; 3%
Mosques; 0%
Commoners; 12%
Foreigners; 12%

Mediterranean; 10,000
East Europe; 30,000

RAJPUTS
Nobles; 2,5%
Mosques/Temples; 2,5%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 12%

India; 110,000

DENMARK
Nobles; 10%
The Church; 10%
Commoners; 20%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Holstein, England & Russia

Baltic; (4% Austrians, 4% Venetians) 40,000
Whaling; (Icelandic Trading & Whaling Company) 22,000
Americas; (sugar from St. Thomas, 1 ship only) 5,000
Slavery; (via Gold Coast) (60% Swedish) (100% to St. Thomas) 25,000 @13 each

ABYSSINIA
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for the Ottoman Turks

India; (musk, 40% in Persia) 40,000
Africa; (40% Somalis) (60% musk, 40% Salt, 40% overland) 100,000

OMAN

Africa; (40% Dutch, 40% Persian, 20% Egyptian) 30,000

OTTOMAN SULTANATE
Nobles; 10%
Mosques; 15%
Commoners; 20%
Foreigners; 10%

Mediterranean; 7,000
East Europe; 48,000
Africa; 40,000
Slavery; (via Zanzibar) 110,000 @ 11 each.

SWEDEN
Nobles; 7,5%
The Church; 2,5%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%

Maritime; (10% fishing North Sea, 20% iron ore, 20% mast timbers, 20% tar, 15% flax, 15% hemp) 16,000
Baltic; (10% copper mines, 20% iron ore, 5% Swedish bibles, 3% clocks, 17% mast timbers, 15% textiles, 10% tar, 10% flax, 10% hemp) 55,000
Europe; (20% iron ore, 20% mast timbers, 20% tar, 20% flax, 20% hemp) 13,000

RUMELIA
Nobles; 5%
Mosques; 5%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 12%

East Europe; 18,000
Africa; 6,000
Far East; (inland - Asia) 16,000

PORTUGAL
Nobles; 0%
The Church; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 12%

Maritime; 23,000
Mediterranean; (carried on English ships) 26,000
Americas; (20% timber, 80% sugar) 36,000
India (firearms, carried by English merchants) 6,000
Africa; 6,000
Far East; (100% Molucca island spices) 60,000

BAVARIA
Nobles; 5%
The Church; 5%
Commoners; 15%
Foreigners; 5%
Saxony, Austria exempted

Baltic; 8,000
Europe, (30% iron, 40% linen, 10% waggoners, 10% livestock, 10% agriculture) 180,000

MOGHUL INDIA
Nobles; 0%
Mosques/Temples; 0%
Commoners; 9%
Foreigners; 11%
0% for France, Russia, Asante
9% for Venice
12% for England

India; (17% Persians, 3% Rajputs, 3% Maharatans) (100% overland internal only)(2% mining silver NE of Agra, 5% Persian horses, 3% black pepper, 20% indigo, 20% silk, 20% saltpetre, 30% cotton)(23% ITC) 370,000
Far East; (overland via Assam, spices) 150,000

MAHARATAS
Nobles; 0%
Mosques/Temples; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; 10%
0% for Moghul India

India; 340,000

SHANTUNG CHINA
Nobles; 0%
Temples; 0%
Commoners; 10%
Foreigners; All foreign trade banned

Far East; (50% silver, 50% silk) 45,000

JEAN BART
Maritime;(10% insurance, 10% cloth, 10% dyes, 28% wine, 10% Furniture, 2% silk, 18% pawnbrokers) 30,000
Baltic; (25% sugar, 25% coffee, 25% tobacco, 25% tea) 11,000
Europe; (Hispanola Co., 40% hardwoods from from America to Austria. 30% sugar from America to Austria, 30% tobacco from America to Austria) 28,000
Americas (9% wine, 9% brandy, 9% silver mining, 10% printing, 5% fishing off Ile Royale, 3% warehousing, 12 tobacco, 1% cloth, 5% guano, 8% coffee, 10% sugar, 1% brothels, 1% weapons, 1% pottery, 1% silk, 1% spices, 1% india cloth, 7% wine from France, 4% from pawnbrokers) 135,000 The Hispanola Company - Asiento contract holder
India; (Compagnie du Chine - French registered) (45% silk, 50% spices, 5% gems) 10,000
Africa; (20% ivory, 70% cloth, 5% silk, 5% spices) 10,000
Far East; ( 15% spices, 20% russian furs, 15% cloth, 5% silk, 45% firearms) 22,000
Slavery; (via Gold Coast, 97% Compagnie du Niger, 3% Hispanola Co.) 150,000 @ 15 each.
Tea; permission to trade (re-France) granted 1701 (Compagnie LÓrient) (Russians; 12% ivory) 100,000

POSITION OF TRADE
NOTES FROM OVER THE YEAR
Notes here relate to matters which happened for part or all of the year. This section is not a complete resume of the situation.

A French merchant ship has gone missing while bound for Louisiana.
Rinderpest cattle disease outbreaks in France.
Trade ships hindered from leaving Genoa city by the Venetian and Genoese Navies.
Restricted Cabotage Law in the Papal States quashed.
Tariffs halved in Bavaria.
Tariffs halved for France, Denmark and Russia in Munster.
Russians allowed to trade tin in Kwantung China.
3 English merchantmen lost in the China Sea, 3 in the Bay of Bengal, 1 off their mainland American colonies, 1 in the Abyssinian Sea, 2 in the Mediterranean. Also 1 taken by the Russian Navy in the Baltic.
Navy stores to the French Navy monopolised by the Muscovite Hemp Company.
Saxon merchants exempted in Bavaria and Venice.
Russian trade caravan gone missing near Konevo.
Thames blockaded by French fleet.
Portugese merchant seized in Ibo Brass by Asante warriors.
Austria exempted from taxation in Bavaria
3 English merchantmen taken by the French fleet on the Thames.
1 Prussian trader lost in the Baltic (to storm?)
5 English traders lost of Cape Horn - including one sailing from Africa to Europe, and two from the Far East to the same destination, and another bound for India.
Ban on non-Dutch trade to Colombo, and thus the island of Kandy, lifted by the Dutch.
Yaeyama rice trade of Japan totally devastated as crops fail.
A caravan of the Muscovite Hemp Company has gone missing while traversing forests East of Plesetsk.
Russian traders exempted from tariffs in Venice.
Booms raised over the Thames.
Corsair smuggler detained by Papal naval patrol.
Bavarian and Austrian merchants exempted in Saxony.
6 French and 4 English merchantmen lost in the Americas.
Venetian, Papal and Genoese Exempted in Saxony.
The Greiffenburg distillery has dropped the price of its schnapps by 30%.
Suez Canal opened (toll free for English and Egyptian traders).
Two English merchant ships in Ancona released by the Papal Navy.
Slave prices has risen over 10% in Western Africa.
An Ottoman trader lost in the Mediterranean to the Knights of St. John.
2 Asante and 1 Moroccan slaver caravan lost in the Sahara.
1 Spanish merchantmen lost in the Indian Ocean while bound for the Far East.
1 English trader lost near the Ryuku islands.
6 Asante merchantmen lost in the Mozambique Channel.
Spanish exempted from tariffs in Savoy and granted a monopoly on the import of luxury goods.


1706 TOP TEN ECONOMIC POWERS
1. England
2. Russia
3. Kwantung China
4. Japan
5. Spain
6. Austria
7. Asante
8. Moghul India
9. United Provinces
10. France

1705 TOP TEN ECONOMIC POWERS
1. Russia
2. Spain
3. Japan
4. Kwantung China
5. Moghul India
6. Austria
7. Papacy
8. France
9. Asante
10. United Provinces

1704 TOP TEN ECONOMIC POWERS
1. Russia
2. Moghul India
3. Japan
4. Spain
5. England
6. Kwantung China
7. Austria
8. Papacy
9. France
10. Maharatas

1703 TOP TEN ECONOMIC POWERS
1. Russia
2. Moghul India
3. Japan
4. England
5. France
6. Spain
7. Ottoman Empire
8. Papacy
9. Austria
10. United Provinces

1702 TOP TEN ECONOMIC POWERS
1. Moghul India
2. France
3. Russia
4. Japan
5. England
6. Spain
7. Austria
8. United Provinces
9. Maharatas
10. Ottoman Empire

1701 TOP TEN ECONOMIC POWERS
1. France
2. Moghul India
3. England
4. Japan
5. Russia
6. Spain
7. Maharatas
8. Ottoman Empire
9. Papacy
10. United Provinces















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Re: Economic Report

Post by Frank on Sun Feb 13, 2011 2:40 am

Many many thanks Ardagor! sunny This helps a lot.

Sadly that there is no such a report at the moment. pale Does anyone know when Richard will reintroduce them?
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Kingmaker on Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:33 pm

he was considering it but it is a lot of work on his behalf...


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Re: Economic Report

Post by jamesbond007 on Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:39 pm

I am with you, my friend. I miss the economic report. It was a good guide, as to where you are financialy in the game. I think it is a question of if,not when, the report makes a return.It must take a great deal of time to prepare. So i understand why Richard knocked it on the head. Let us hope,that one day, it will make a return.
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Ardagor on Mon Feb 14, 2011 1:34 pm

I miss it as well, but Richard was only charging 1.50 for it.
So a total of 30 if 20 people buy it. The price would have to increase quite a bit to make it worth the work.

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Re: Economic Report

Post by Frank on Mon Feb 14, 2011 2:20 pm

I think he can demand by all means 5-10 pounds. I am sure the majority of players would buy it as it is an investment only once a year.
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Re: Economic Report

Post by revvaughan on Mon Feb 14, 2011 7:45 pm

I would purchase it since it has so many uses in the game. That is not too much to ask for the amount required to put it together.
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Kingmaker on Mon Feb 14, 2011 7:57 pm

as with every thing ti takes and Richard is quite busy, but at the end of the day if there is enough demend maybe he will


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Re: Economic Report

Post by Frank on Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:10 pm

Maybe he can make a small survey in every game who want to buy an report and to whichoever price?
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Re: Economic Report

Post by Deacon on Tue Feb 15, 2011 12:48 am


I'd pay enough for everyone in the game... provided only I got it! Twisted Evil

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Re: Economic Report

Post by Guest on Fri Feb 18, 2011 1:55 pm

I'd pay/support the return of this. I used to keep some very handy spreadsheets with year on year results to track my progress. They offer an aspect that is now missing. The goal of being No.1 in a trade area is harder to judge now.


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