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Trade routes are an important component in building the perfect empire in Victoria 3. Players have already proven that with the right economic setup, they can make tons of money in this game. Trade routes are vital to this economic growth as they bring products in and out of the country.
How to get imports and exports in Victoria 3
There are two basic ways to open trade routes in Victoria 3. The first is to open the “Market” tab on the right and select trade routes. Here players can see which goods they want to trade. Players will want to trade and buy any extra goods that their populace wants to buy.
The other way to open a trade route is to use the Trade Lens. Players can access this menu using the green button at the bottom of the screen. This will bring up all the possible goods for players to trade.
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At the beginning of the game, Victoria 3 players can only build construction sites and harbors. Players will want to build ports if they want to increase trade specifically, but construction sites are good for increasing the production of specific goods.
Before setting up a trade route, players must verify who they are trading with. If a particular nation hates them, they could embargo them, making it much harder economically to turn a profit. Players should consider who their allies should be and trade well with them.
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