Quality changes in corps

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Quality changes in corps Status: Please read our response

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A though that would help self production and common markets. As of now there?s no real reason a corporations needs to buy anything over 180Q. What about Quality benefits? I did some math on a Service Corp. If it buys everything at Market price 100Q it costs 792M per month. If it buys everything at Market price 300Q it costs 2.3B per month Now lets says a corp that uses 300Q uses 3times less because of the higher Q.(math Below) ( Materials/Quality ) * Price * Production = Output/Revenue with this equation a corp that uses 300Q goods would pay 806M a month for all materials need. This means a corp should spend only 14M more a month then a 100Q corp. Keep in mind the corp must be fully upgraded first. So a corp using higher Q would make almost 2B more a month. On the Plus Common Markets would become more helpful to economies and players could see more trading and stable contracts. Now I'm sure someone might think thats to much help to people who make higher Q apposed to lower Q. On the Flip side buying the half dozen - dozen items needed in hundreds of thousands of tons needed monthly would require planning and CM devotion. Vote Yes if you like Vote No if you dont

8 gamers voted for the proposal.
3 gamers voted against the proposal.

The proposal has been ACCEPTED.

W3Creative reaction:

The production process using high quality products process high quality output. It is unrealistic to change the process to the point that a ton of gasoline will be produced with one third ton of oil. It will also flood the market with a lot of output while not using many raw materials and the oversupply will lead to a sharp and permanent crash in the prices of all products.

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