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Interventionism: can't build new factories
This policy finds the market to be a useful tool for growth, but that it needs help sometimes. Interventionism allows the player to build railroads, upgrade factoriesbut not build new ones, and subsidize and prioritize hiring in factories. This increased scope of action is punished by an increase in factory costs for capitalists. This policy is a sort of middle ground between full planning and no planning, and is useful for players who want to tweak at the margins but let the market handle the rest.
====State Capitalism====
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