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Subject: Economic Centres. What/Where might they be? rss

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Tiggo Morrison
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Folks/Designers

I already have an Access DB as a helper to keep score for "Andean Abyss".

I was tweaking this for "Cuba Libre" and I notice there are no names for the three Economic Centres that I can find.

At the moment I have those entered as 'Cigars', 'Factories' and 'Sugar Cane' which looks a tad out of place alongside the rest of the names and doesn't really capture the spirit of the times.

Does anyone know where these centres are/were supposed to be or if they have sensible names I could use?

Alternatively, if anyone has any good in-house names, I'd be glad to hear them!
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For the most part, we've always just used those names or "western," "eastern," or "central."

Maybe you could use the Spanish?

The wasn't really a specific place that the ECs represent other than the relative economic importance of each product in those regions. Factories, by the way, represents the concentration of mining-related industry in central Cuba, primarily nickel if I recall correctly.
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Nickel Mines is a good start. Thanks!
 
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