>>7744>There is literally 0 indication of what each sector you fund does
If you mean in the budget, then lmao, can you not read and compare with the stat screen? If in general what having a sector funded or not does, then yea, that is pretty shitty, but 95% of the time its obvious, it either bumps research, buys off a certain faction from getting pissy or prevents bad stuff from happening, eg economic collapse. Only one that isn't really clear is the consumer tech funding, which also turns out to be the one you have to gigapump to get a functional budget.
>raising a good service sector and maintaining the luxury level.
Long time since I played it, but as far as I recall 150-200 in service solves it for the early game, and you just get some luxury imports.
>Only got to 87
Lemme guess, you run out of funds? You need to open trade with your sphere friends and boost consumer tech. In time you begin to print money. >>7765>Mixed between reformists and hardliners
You done goofed at the start. You need to go full hardliner at the start, which lets you purge the reformists in the first, and the moderates in the second congress. After that you just cockblock Yeltsin and thats it.