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Stormtrooper 01/04/2023 (Wed) 11:52:00 No.6502
What's his tax policy?
A mixture of off hand rulling to nationalization and confiscation of assets >There were also certain increases in the state control and centralization of economic procedures. This included the nationalization of commercial enterprises like the Trade Federation, the Techno Union, the Commerce Guild, the Corporate Alliance, the Hyper-Communications Cartel, and other commerce within the Empire. In addition, one of the first actions of the Empire was, upon nominating Gahg to Minister of Finance, to completely annex the seized holdings of various defeated Separatist worlds, which had been nearly completed a few months later.[8] The InterGalactic Banking Clan managed to avoid the fate of its co-conspirators and wasn't completely shut down, though the Empire exerted a considerable degree of control over it. The Empire would also go on to nationalize the Fondor Shipyards around the time of the Battle of Yavin. This was due to complications involving the construction of the Star Dreadnought Executor, though the Fondor Guild of Starshipwrights would remain in place to oversee the project.[9] >The Empire continued to nationalize some corporate entities, but such actions were primarily reserved for those companies which were part of or supported the Confederacy of Independent Systems, and later those which favored and aided the Rebellion. The Empire did assume direct control over some of the spoils of war from the Separatists, but most of the assets were actually given over to loyalist companies such as Kuat Drive Yards, Sienar Systems, TaggeCo., and Merr-Sonn.[10][7] Unless they acted in opposition to its interests, the Empire largely left loyal companies alone and even expanded the territory of the Corporate Sector Authority to encompass 30,000 star systems.[11]
>>6503 So most of time it was left to planetary/sector level to decide the tax policies >Palpatine deployed one Moff in each sector. These officers were supposed to efficiently govern individual sectors and regions of the Empire. Though Imperial governors and Moffs were dispatched to oversee many of the planets and sectors of the galaxy, they largely maintained a policy of non-interference with respect to local politics.[6] The vast majority of the planets within the Empire maintained their own sovereign governments and everyday life for an average citizen was not very different from the days of the Old Republic, especially for those who strongly supported the New Order. However, if the Empire desired to obtain resources from a particular planet it would not hesitate to take it by force. Planets which had their governments entirely supplanted by an Imperial governor were usually Non-Human or those who supported the Rebellion.[7][5] Additionally, the planets located between the least restrictive areas of the galaxy, the Core Worlds and Outer Rim territories, bore the brunt of Imperial authority and scrutiny.[6] Overall, less than one in 80 planets experienced some sort of modification to their local governmental procedures or had members of a ruling body removed from office to better conform to the will of the Empire.[6] Other planets which were discontent with Imperial rule were kept in line with the Tarkin Doctrine of "rule by fear of force rather than force itself" although if the threat alone failed then actual naked force would certainly be used. Palpatine was consistently depicted as a off hands ruler.
To tax the muunikes. That's why (((The Rebellion))) conscripted young white men to die protecting (((their))) tax heavens.
>>6528 So what you're telling us is that Life imitates Art?

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