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Trickling down ardian textile (Lijiang & Servac)
« on: June 19, 2022, 01:10:10 AM »
- 2022/06/19
From: CEO of Servac Robin Joo,
To: Majestic Empire of Lijiang,

Salutations,

Our company, based in Singa, is currently seeking to expand its operations abroad through the opening of new manufactures and creation of new projects as to make its purpose reach a greater number of people. The best, only that. The best price, for the best quality, for the best number of people, is our purpose.

We would be most delighted to, after Zimalia and Djabidjan, be able to define Lijiang as a new place for our project and ambitions given its geographical location as a corner stone in the heart of Ardia, bordering SANE and cenneg markets.

We’d like to know if you were open to such idea, and would, given the tremendous size of such project, be open to facilitate and help us with it, as in a future, we would see the need for increased logistics and development, allowing our employees to live a better and more suitable life which would then trickle down to the rest of the region. Our approach truly is one of a partnership, which allow us to benefit the whole Mundus, through a win-win agreement, by developing local infrastructures in undermined regions while rising average employee’s living standards.

Sincerely yours,
- Robin Joo
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Re: Trickling down ardian textile (Lijiang & Servac)
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2022, 07:25:41 PM »

To:- CEO of Servac Robin Joo,

With regard to your proposal we would be interested in supporting this investment. With that in mind we are willing to put forward the following offer.

1. The Majestic Empire shall gift 500 thousand sqft of land to your company.

2. That land may be used to construct a facility so long as all the labour force for construction is from Lijiang. The facility must comply with local laws regarding the environment and health and safety.

3. The facility will be within 2km of the new vertebrae port in Fengtai, our capital city.

4. For every 300 people employed you shall be granted a visa for a foreign member of staff. Should you require more they will need to apply via a fast track status.

5. Your company will be liable to taxes at the local rate on any profits made from this company.

6. Anyone employed by your company must be afforded health insurance.

7. Goods arriving at a vertebrae port will not be charged an import tariff.

We hope that this is acceptable.

Best Regards

High Lord Jiang Ru 
Responsible for Commerce and Economics

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Re: Trickling down ardian textile (Lijiang & Servac)
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2022, 08:58:14 PM »
- 2022/07/07
From: CEO of Servac Robin Joo,
To: Responsible for Commerce and Economics High Lord Jiang Ru of the Majestic Empire of Lijiang,

Salutations,

We thank you for your response and find it more than satisfying, it shall be a great pleasure to accept it, however in order to guarantee it being a success, given our great ambitions for the Majestic Empire, we would like to be granted trading rights and possibility of building infrastructures, as to facilitate the export of goods from the new vertebrae port in Fengtai towards the Province of Gāodì, up the Dragons Spine and connect to the railways there. As our company have in idea of our assets based in Lijiang, to supply the Celtic region markets equally, in addition to Lijiang and the Sovereignty Bay region. We already have a partner for the construction of such infrastructure with whom we have done multiple projects, and that would hire exclusively local manpower. We hope such understanding to be accepted.

If such was to be granted, we’d equally consider our potential grand plans in Phuebra to be moved to Lijiang instead given the local instability which could potentially add 20 000 jobs.

Sincerely yours,
- Robin Joo
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