In World 136, if a big brand company is stationed in a different country to where they want to sell their product, then they have to build a factory at the place they want to sell. An example: a company in Canada wanted to sell their product in the UK then they would have to build a factory there. That way they reduce the amount of pollution in one area of the world to evenly throughout the world and supply more jobs in the area. It also means that shipping around the world is decreased, not gone entirely but decreased.
What if …
brands were local?
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