Easier Handling of Common Market Contracts/Mechanics

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Easier Handling of Common Market Contracts/Mechanics Status: We agree

Detailed Description:

Like many other presidents of small countries and CEOs I use the common market feature to streamline my industrial policies and strategies throughout my countries and enterprise. However, contracts require adjustments every few game months in order to keep up with production/demand changes. Clicking through the common market pages of every country and enterprise can become very tedious very soon and mistakes are bound to happen. I thus propose adding a corporation section to the Homescreen through which players can get a quick overview (listing the location, owner and common market) of all the corporations they control and can easily offer/accept common market/corporation/country/enterprise contracts similar to the currently available common market page of individual countries/enterprises. This would not only make coordinating the internal economics of one's empire easier, but also the external economic/industrial interaction between different empires/players and thus add greatly to the perceived value of the currently available feature and encourage cooperation/interaction between players. Further thoughts relating to the above proposal are: A) Prioritisation in Common Markets: Contracts can be preferentially offered/requested from specific players/countries/enterprises/corporations B) Demand/Supply Overview Displaying the Civilian/Government/Corporation Demand and Domestic/Common Market Supply for the Country/Enterprise/Common Market in order to pinpoint and resolve possible bottlenecks in the supply chain.

7 gamers voted for the proposal.
0 gamers voted against the proposal.

The proposal has been ACCEPTED.

W3Creative reaction:

We agree that this will be an improvement. It is quite complex and with fluctuating production may be difficult to understand. We will implement it as part of a better local and common market feature.

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