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Trading in products is an essential feature in the game. There are up to 200.000 corporations in each world and all of them are large, employing 200.000 to 300.000 workers and producing significant quantities of products.
Most of the products are offered on the market and are bought by any countries and corporations. Countries need products for the consumption of their citizens and for government functions. Corporations use many products in their production process.
Weapons and ammunition are also traded on the markets where all prices are determined by supply and demand. Nuclear weapons are not traded on the market. Uranium and Plutonium that are used in the production of nuclear weapons are also excluded from free trading. These products must be traded in direct contracts with the producers.
Maintaining the countries and corporations supplied with everything they need is essential for success in the game. There are many products on short supply and some buyers end up with shortages in their countries and corporations and with damage to their economies. Some products remain unsold and the producers remain with no revenue.
Countries and corporations can also trade within their local and common markets. The products that are traded in this way are excluded from the general market as they are delivered on long term contracts with agreed prices. The largest portion of products however, is traded on the general market.
|1.||The World market|
|2.||What is the world production capacity?|
|4.||High Utilization Numbers|
|6.||Contract delivery of products and weapons|
|7.||Canceling all contracts is free of penalty|
|9.||Contracts and pricing|
|10.||Trading Strategies - follow the market|
|11.||Shortages and Oversupply on the world markets|
|13.||World Specific Products|
|14.||Description of some of the products in Simcountry|
|16.||Ammunition Quality Upgrades (AQU)|
|18.||Factory Maintenance Units|
|22.||Solid Missile Fuel|
|23.||Weapon Grade Components|
|25.||Weapons Quality Upgrades (WQU)|
|27.||Space industry products trade exclusively on Space stations|
|31.||Cruise Missile Batteries|
|33.||Sea based Cruise Missiles|
|34.||Nuclear Missiles Corporations|
|35.||Nuclear Submarine Missiles|