Trade Agreement Rome 2

Animal men, greenskin and chaos warriors cannot act. I think the AI is too stingy to reject as much, unlike Shogun 2, where it seems that its common sense is not enemies, but neighbors who do not attack you. For most countries, international trade is governed by unilateral trade barriers of various kinds, including tariffs, non-tariff barriers and absolute prohibitions. Trade agreements are a way to reduce these barriers and thus open up the benefits of enhanced trade to all parties. A clause relating to the «government treatment of non-tariff restrictions» is necessary, as most tariff characteristics can easily be duplicated by a set of non-tariff restrictions, designed accordingly. These include discriminatory rules, selective excise or sales taxes, specific health requirements, quotas, «voluntary» import restrictions, specific licensing requirements, etc., not to mention general prohibitions. Instead of trying to list and ban all kinds of non-tariff restrictions, the signatories of an agreement require similar treatment to the processing of products manufactured within the country (for example. B steel). The next tab shows the details of the trade. If you have a trade agreement with another country, you can see here a list of resources imported and exported with their prices. Imports of construction resources are very important in the later stages of the game, when larger structures do not need easily accessible resources such as marble for example. The income of the empire comes from a multitude of sources. The most important taxes are applied to the entire population and just behind them you have the trade.

The income from slavery depends heavily on the amount of slaves you have enslaved during your conquests (it is a simple multiplier of basic income in the provinces). In addition, you can pay an annual tribute to the conquered nations and rewards for the conclusion of the mission that was ordered by the Senate. Trade can take place between two political groups in election campaign mode. Trade agreements can be concluded on a diplomatic screen, allowing political groups to exchange trade resources and generate additional revenue for both factions.