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=== European trade goods ===
 
=== European trade goods ===
The best European trade goods are {{icon|cloth}} cloth, {{icon|copper}} copper (early- to mid-game) and {{icon|iron}} iron (mid- to late-game). Due to price events {{icon|cloth}} cloth gets {{green|+35%}} price and {{icon|iron}} iron gets {{green|+50%}} by endgame. {{icon|copper}} Copper also has {{green|+50%}} price between {{icon|mil tech}} military tech 7 and 18, and remains at {{green|+15%}} afterwards. It is wise to prioritize building production buildings and manufactories on provinces producing {{icon|iron}} iron, {{icon|copper}} copper and {{icon|cloth}} cloth, and to avoid building them in provinces that produce {{icon|wool}} wool, {{icon|fish}} fish and {{icon|grain}} grain. By late-game the price of {{icon|wool}} wool and {{icon|fish}} fish will decline by up to {{red|-30%}} and {{red|-20%}}, respectively. {{icon|salt}} Salt is also relatively valuable to begin with, and increases by {{green|+10%}} about midway through the game. In a long run, mostly if planning to colonize North America, {{icon|fur}} fur is going to get massive bonuses.
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The best European trade goods are {{icon|cloth}} cloth, {{icon|copper}} copper (early- to mid-game) and {{icon|iron}} iron (mid- to late-game). Due to price events {{icon|cloth}} cloth gets {{green|+35%}} price and {{icon|iron}} iron gets {{green|+50%}} by endgame. {{icon|copper}} Copper also has {{green|+50%}} price between {{icon|mil tech}} military tech 7 and 18, and remains at {{green|+15%}} afterwards. It is wise to prioritize building production buildings and manufactories on provinces producing {{icon|iron}} iron, {{icon|copper}} copper and {{icon|cloth}} cloth, and to avoid building them in provinces that produce {{icon|wool}} wool, {{icon|fish}} fish and {{icon|grain}} grain. By late-game the price of {{icon|wool}} wool and {{icon|fish}} fish will decline by up to {{red|-30%}} and {{red|-20%}}, respectively. {{icon|salt}} Salt is also relatively valuable to begin with, and increases by {{green|+10%}} about midway through the game.
  
 
=== Colonial and Asian trade goods ===
 
=== Colonial and Asian trade goods ===

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