Whenever a POP, Factory or Government has a need, it will first try to satisfy that need in that country’s Internal Market. If there is no way to meet the Demand on the Internal Market, then they will try to buy from the World Market instead.
If any country is part of another country’s Sphere of Influence, its Internal Market is joined with its master country and all other members of that Sphere of Influence, making a larger and more versatile Internal Market.
The country with the highest total score (not presige) buys what it needs first, and everyone else follows in total score order. If supply is less than demand, this means some countries don’t have anything left to buy.
- Podcat (a Paradox dev) recently confirmed that total score determines trade order. ~ Meneth (talk) 20:30, 3 July 2013 (CEST)
- Yeah, but I want full description for trade order. Did not found good source so, little more: Countries in your Sphere of Influence participate in your country’s Internal Market – Goods produced in one country may be purchased by the other without Tariffs and before the Demand from higher Prestige buyers on the World Market can buy them away. --Nashetovich (talk) 10:37, 14 July 2013 (CEST)