| Monday, June 16, 2008 - 01:53 pm |
Lets debate a specific example. This is the numbers from my Butter corp.
Products Sold Last Year 25,397.48M SC$
Profit Last Year -7,714.23M SC$
Net Profit Last Year -7,714.23M SC$
Products Sold Last Month 1,922.80M SC$
Profit Last Month -787.96M SC$
Net Profit Last Month -787.96M SC$
Assets 68,991.66M SC$
Market Value 71,066.32M SC$
Outstanding Loans 0.00M SC$
Value of Supplies 10,324.29M SC$
Production Last Month 345,582
Production Level Last Month 108.80 %
Employment Level Last Month 100.00 %
Production Process Quality 200
Quality of the Product 296.0
Production Process Effectivity 200
Welfare Index 108.8
Salary index is 116.7
Products Sold 1,922.80M SC$
Salaries Paid 219.52M SC$
Raw Materials Used 701.19M SC$
Fixed Property Cost 433.28M SC$
Maintenance Products Used 1,271.86M SC$
Interest on Loans 0.00M SC$
Country Resources Used 0.00M SC$
Total:Income 1,922.80M SC$ Cost 2,625.85M SC$
Start at 320% of the market price and lower by 6% every month that the product remains unsold.
The offered price is updated when the produced quality changes.
The corp isnt paying any tax and no profit transfer.
The largest cost is MPU and I cant figure out how to lower that.
How can I make this corp profitable?