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Presidents can set a low-water mark and order quantity for supplies consumed by the country (trade / order strategy and quantity). For example: "When my country has only 6 stock months of butter, place an order for 24 stock months of butter." VOTE YES if you would like to permit Presidents and CEOs to manage the supply ordering strategies of corporations in the same way. Why is this a problem? For mysterious reasons (despite experimenting with trade strategies + regardless of temporary surpluses/deficits in the world market), I have certain corporations that face chronic supply shortages. If I do not manually order supplies for these corporations (which takes forever), then they will fail. VOTE YES if you would like to manage the low-water mark and order quantity for supplies consumed by corporations. We can already place time-based bids for supplies at percentages relative the market price, and then increase the bid by a percentage for each month that the supplies are not delivered. All this proposal does is let us control when those bids are made (e.g. 6 months before the corporation runs out of supplies). VOTE YES if you would like to control when corporation supply bids are made relative to remaining stock months.
22 gamers voted for the proposal.
1 gamers voted against the proposal.
The proposal has been ACCEPTED.
The feature is being implemented now and will become available in one of the following game updates in the coming weeks. We will however implement a minimum size of orders to prevent our systems from being flodded with very small orders.