No, that is not a aspect modeled in the game. This has been discussed before in other threads, you may wish to find those discussions.
The manual has been a point of contention discussed many times. IMO the lead time is too long on printed manuals to make them effective especially with the volume of content added post release. Our studio has not indicated what we will do for documentation on future titles. There is an up to date PDF included with the game updates, be sure you have the latest version of the game (Ver 5.6.2 for the core game, version 6.6.2 or 6.7.63 for the Expansion pack/Gold edition).
The main sources of information for the game are this forum and the SupremeWiki
. Both are searchable and contain massive amounts of data.
Welcome to the forums.
Yes, I do wish to find those discussions. I'll try to search them, or if you could link the most usefull once for me please?
Well, I don't even own a printed manual since I play the game for free (yes, I'm talking about filesharing). Why wouldn't I when games come like this? Unfinished and with more hype then game. Not to mention how EA wanted almost 50$ for C&C4, a game they totaly ruined! Some games are even full of ads, why would I buy ads? Only game I concider buying atm is Company of Heroes, because it is very well made, worth puting money on and I wish to support them. Basicly thats my choise and I find it moraly very acceptable only to support the best games when the market looks like it does. Buying without knowing what you get is just stupid imo.
Anyway, the PDF-manual shuld contain more deep info on how the game works. That's what a manual do, tell you how to play the game. Otherwise its a great game, and I realy appriciate the effort devs has put into advanced military, national and economical details. And thanks for the fast answers