Ralron Conglomerate

The formation of the Ralron Conglomerate was primarily driven to increase the stability and profitability of the Movers. It embraced sectors as diverse as manufacturing, mining, shipbuilding, hotels, newspapers, pharmaceuticals and an assortment of other economic enterprises.

The phenomenal technological progress made by the Ralron Conglomerate, and the profits that followed, runs counter to the populalist views of a general stagnation in scientific circles. It has been pointed out, however, that its success could largely be credited to just one of its subsidary companies, the Quinn-Walsingham Foundation for Eternalist Economics.

— Galen Rightonbark

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