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#1 Releasethe Krakken

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 02:45 PM

Remember according to update for HC.  The country where the region resides gets 80% of work taxes the country of citizenship 20%.


in the old system work taxes was divided when a region is occupied based on the number of regions between the occupier and the country.  So if I had 3 out of 6 regions and was the occupier all the work taxes would be collected and I would get half of it.  The factories was tied to citizenship and the country.


Now however countries are no longer tied to ctizenship or a country.  


Meaning this should be the correct interpretation in my opinion.


HC In Mayo Ireland occupied by Fyrom


Fyrom gets 80% as owner of region Ireland get 20% as citizen country


HC in Idaho USA by Citizen of Ireland


USA gets 80% as owner of region Ireland gets 20% as citizen country Fyrom gets 0% as occupier


HC in Cork Ireland not occupied by any country whilst other regions is occupied


 Ireland gets 100 % of work taxes fyrom gets 0%






Remember small countries are already getting basically nothing due to most HCs that now reside in foreign countries. . In the old system they got alteast 20% always of the total wam. Therefore they still in the new system must get 20% of the total wam to give them say 20% of the citizenship taxes thus in effect 4% of the total is an unfair system.


Now I have checked and this is actually the case their not getting the 20% their entitled to.


Remember as well by taking a region Fyrom now can get 80% + 16% if they wipe the country - 96%.  Why is it necessary for them to get more than the work taxes as owners of the region.  And how do you expect small countries to operate on 4% of their main income?



This is really a pathetic situation created by Plato and needs to be addressed asap.

Edited by Releasethe Krakken, 07 April 2017 - 02:49 PM.



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