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by sulley
Nov 19 2019
Forum: General Discussion - SRUltimate
Topic: Somebody explain unemployment in SRU
Replies: 7
Views: 1923

Re: Somebody explain unemployment in SRU

I have tried to test out how debt affect unemployment (according to the above): loan payment and interests take money out of the economy and into the government treasury. In the "Finance" tab under "expenses"/"Treasury" theres a post for "Loan payments" and "Interests". But, I find it hard to notic...
by sulley
Nov 18 2019
Forum: General Discussion - SRUltimate
Topic: Economic Output
Replies: 4
Views: 1370

Re: Economic Output

I just bought SRU not too long ago, and i mean despite most of the bells and whistles being present, i had to totally rethink how my economy runs. I'ts sort of lame now, and kinda boring, nothing i do in game can help me corner a market, or otherwise let me play the way i want to play in a living b...
by sulley
Nov 18 2019
Forum: General Discussion - SRUltimate
Topic: How to get AI to put units in reserve?
Replies: 1
Views: 2937

Re: How to get AI to put units in reserve?

Re the 13 ships being deployed and not the rest, I'm not entirely certain that the logic behind decisions made by the AI is capable of being fully understood in all scenarios and I expect there is a degree of randomness. That said, there could be a few factors at play here. The AI may be making a co...
by sulley
Nov 18 2019
Forum: General Discussion - SRUltimate
Topic: User Question about Alliances
Replies: 13
Views: 1815

Re: User Question about Alliances

How far into the game have you gotten? I started as Belgium, 2017. I've played to 2041. I can see that the US as 3 allies; Canada, Slovakia and Czech Republic. Libya and Lebanon are allied. Ecuador and the Serb Republic. Allied do happen. Did you have suggestions to change some of this? I'm surpris...
by sulley
Nov 18 2019
Forum: General Discussion - SRUltimate
Topic: Somebody explain unemployment in SRU
Replies: 7
Views: 1923

Re: Somebody explain unemployment in SRU

The responses generated in this thread illustrate that employment levels are affected by a multiplicity of economic and diplomatic factors, each having a tug or pull effect with varying degrees of potency. I'll build slightly on the very helpful post by way2cool, by pointing out some additional fact...

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