Effects of Inflation and corruption
- The higher inflation is, the greater the cost of all operations. The prices that are given in the article below are approximate and provide a general view of the cost of initiatives.
- Inflation increases each time you spend money on civilian and government operations.
- Inflation automatically decreases with time. Also, the economist has two ‘’charges’’ to dramatically reduce the level of inflation and prevent price increase for all operations.
- Do not engage in multiple initiatives in one month, and you won’t have to worry about inflation. In all likelihood, you will be able to keep it an acceptable level.
- Corruption growth is detrimental to your reputation.
- Corruption grows each time you spend money on civilian and government operations.
- Corruption does not decrease with time. You must spend a lot of money to fight against this evil. In one game, you can explore two ‘’charges’’ that can materially reduce the level of corruption. However, you will need to upgrade Anti-Corruption to level 4. This is not a simple achievement, and it is not always necessary.
- You should gradually resist corruption. Do not try to spend all the money on this task. In the long run, you won’t be able to invest in civilian and military initiatives. An important measure to slow down the growth of corruption is to use Effective Procurement ($2-4) after you have requested International Assistance ($7). If you agree to uncontrolled assistance, it could later turn into a disaster.
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