Reducing population

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Reducing population

#1 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 10 2012

Hi mates now this maybe an old thread i dont know i just wanna ask how to reduce population? From 2022 to 2028 my population is 2x larger than 6 years earlier (20 million to 41 million) how to stop this my peoples are like rabbits...

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#2 Post by domcoppinger » Jan 11 2012

Marshall Tito wrote:Hi mates now this maybe an old thread i dont know i just wanna ask how to reduce population? From 2022 to 2028 my population is 2x larger than 6 years earlier (20 million to 41 million) how to stop this my peoples are like rabbits...
Check whether you are receiving a large level of immigration or not, if people are emigrating open more free flow treaties with other nations, if people are immigrating more then cancel as many free flow treaties as you can. Aside from that I am not to sure what can be done. I suppose you could lower your spending on medical support as I think this should lower birth rate and life expectancy, but will also annoy your population a fair bit!
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Re: Reducing population

#3 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 12 2012

Yes i have signef many free flow threaties almost with have a world i did lower my medical spedning and my family subsides verry low...

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#4 Post by domcoppinger » Jan 12 2012

And it isn't going down???
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#5 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 12 2012

I hade to brake all my treathis with the countries that i had thoose threaties they didnt wont to cancel it and my approval with the un has started to go down and my relations with other nations.I have started all over again and i discoverd if you stop investing in law enforcment you the death rate gets to 1 000 000 death in annual projection and emigrations starts to go up and imigrations starts to go down so thats what i discoverd exadantly...

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#6 Post by domcoppinger » Jan 13 2012

Just as a side note, why do you want to reduce your population? I normally end up wishing I had a higher population!
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Re: Reducing population

#7 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 14 2012

Well i want to make my game more realistic where i come from (Ex-Yugoslavia) population is 18-20 000 000 people and not 41 000 000

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#8 Post by domcoppinger » Jan 14 2012

Yes but they obviously don't have as wise and strong a leader as you :)

And just out of interest what part of ex-Yugoslavia is it that you come from, it is after all a big area!
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Re: Reducing population

#9 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 15 2012

hehehe obviously :D I come from Serbia :)

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Re: Reducing population

#10 Post by The Khan » Jan 18 2012

What the hell...

Larger Pop is always important. Later in the game, you can synthetically produce food, have enough water from all the rivers with proper tech, fusion produce power, produce enough consumer goods from composite minerals, and sell them for profit?

WHY WOULD YOU want it smaller? I finished Middle East with 300 Million pop, and now am badly stretched in the World scenario.
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Re: Reducing population

#11 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 18 2012

Like i sad a want to make my game more realistic.

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Re: Reducing population

#12 Post by domcoppinger » Jan 20 2012

Fair enough! We all play in our own way!
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Re: Reducing population

#13 Post by Marshall Tito » Jan 20 2012

Could not agree more my friend :)

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Re: Reducing population

#14 Post by Sunray » Feb 20 2012

Press F8, Interior dept,

Select migration control box, increase immigration fees.

Select control immigration control box, select your immigration criteria.

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Re: Reducing population

#15 Post by domcoppinger » Feb 21 2012

Sunray wrote:Press F8, Interior dept,

Select migration control box, increase immigration fees.

Select control immigration control box, select your immigration criteria.
Such a shame this level of detail isn't present in 2020 or Cold War!
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