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When your alliance gives you alliance cash, where does it go, is it added to your revenues?

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When your alliance gives you alliance cash, where does it go, is it added to your revenues?

Yes it can. If you've got debt, the cash works to pay it off. If you don't have debt, it gets piled up as reserves in your budget.


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What are reserves? And tell Sheep if we could add foreign reserves,

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What are reserves? And tell Sheep if we could add foreign reserves,

The positive debt built by the budget surplus. I think foreign reserves are already part of the general savings ratio. When your debt is negative, that means you pay money at interest. And if you have positive debt, that means you earn money at interest.


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