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Rho Ophiuchi wrote:Well, we have a thriving car industry. Would a free trade agreement be problematic to your nation? If not, we would be happy to export cars to you at low prices, and import metals and ores from your mining industry to help us make more cars.

How do your cars look like?

Arthralonia wrote:How do your cars look like?

They are made from steel, have good mileage, have really good brakes, and are very structurally sound, allowing them to easily survive crashes. As for shape, different corporations make differently-shaped cars. For example, Hyperindustrial Motors, one of our largest car manufacturers, makes relatively boxy cars.

United Acadia wrote:That sounds interesting, but what about your actual nation

The LoW forces deployed in Acadia deploy to the nearest city, wiping out insurgents and restoring order to the area. The Five Rooks are sent to the most populated city with a small detachment to get rid of a rival faction.

Novoblupolia wrote:AAlexandra: The Dolina state as a whole if focused on the environment.

Ithil-Galad: I hope all of your nation follows its example

Land of white wrote:The LoW forces deployed in Acadia deploy to the nearest city, wiping out insurgents and restoring order to the area. The Five Rooks are sent to the most populated city with a small detachment to get rid of a rival faction.

An order comes in from President Coppens: LoW forces are to stand down and not attack any insurgents without permission from the president of Acadia as negotiations are underway for peaceful unification

Rho Ophiuchi wrote:Well, we have a thriving car industry. Would a free trade agreement be problematic to your nation? If not, we would be happy to export cars to you at low prices, and import metals and ores from your mining industry to help us make more cars.

That would however create competition from local manufacturers in a time when we are facing high unemployment and income is down. Due to this money cannot be spent on cars and jobs cannot afford to be lost. Thus due to our protectionist nature we cannot accept this.

Rho Ophiuchi wrote:They are made from steel, have good mileage, have really good brakes, and are very structurally sound, allowing them to easily survive crashes. As for shape, different corporations make differently-shaped cars. For example, Hyperindustrial Motors, one of our largest car manufacturers, makes relatively boxy cars.

https://barrettjacksoncdn.azureedge.net/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/24195/24195_Side_Profile_Web.jpg
https://bringatrailer.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/1990_oldsmobile_custom_cruiser_155492985675e44IMG_3296.jpg?fit=940%2C667

Our cars look like this. Civilian ones at least. Obviously they have modern engines and components inside them, according to our technological level.

United Acadia wrote:An order comes in from President Coppens: LoW forces are to stand down and not attack any insurgents without permission from the president of Acadia as negotiations are underway for peaceful unification

Ok
The LoW forces stand down and move towards the capital where they will return for guard duty.

Land of white wrote:Ok
The LoW forces stand down and move towards the capital where they will return for guard duty.

The president sends a thanks to the forces for their aid and gives them comfortable accommodations.

North Caesian Territory wrote:That would however create competition from local manufacturers in a time when we are facing high unemployment and income is down. Due to this money cannot be spent on cars and jobs cannot afford to be lost. Thus due to our protectionist nature we cannot accept this.

Okay then. No worries!

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