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Addresses Victoria's late game economic liquidity problem for Vanilla. Code from NGTR-HPMpatch by Bearhobag of Reddit Originally presented as an economic improvement patch for Victoria 2 HPM (Historical Project Mod) by Bearhobag and adapted for Vanilla as a mod.

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A mod to Repair the game economy of Victoria II
ViconomicNGTR (NoGoldTaxRefund) edited for Vanilla by SteamFax
Code from NGTR-HPMpatch by Bearhobag of Reddit

Originally presented as an economic improvement patch for Victoria 2 HPM (Historical Project Mod) by Bearhobag but adapted for Vanilla.

Files are altered from HMP to NGTR and HMP content removed for Vanilla.

What this does:
Addresses Victoria's late game economic liquidity problem for Vanilla.

As per results of Bearhobag of Reddit's empirical studies of saved Victoria 2 games:

"a major problem with Victoria 2 is that above 90% of the total money pool ends up trapped in national treasuries"

"Money doesn't reach the general population. Without money, they can't buy goods. Without demand for goods, factories can't make a profit. Without profitable factories, industrialization can't put money into people's pockets. Instead of roaring into Fordism, Victoria 2's Industrial Revolution tends to fizzle and fail."

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"I'm not saying this fixes the game, it's just what I've decided is "good enough".
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These areas are addressed for Vanilla by this mod:

1--Governments don't hoard money in their treasury anymore , instead they lower taxes and even return money back to their POPs if treasury amounts exceed £400,000.

2--Factories pay out 60% of their profits to employees/managers, as opposed to 30%.

3--Gold income mainly goes to governments instead of laborers which allows for greater circulation.

Mod can be adapted for other mods, including those that already have a national treasury limiter such as Money Hoarder, instructions in Readme

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