Reichstag Colonial Ministry signs deal with Krupp Industries
ESSEN - News from the offices of Krupp Industries offers insight into the working of the new Government. Germans lands in Afrika, specifically Sudwestafrika and Cameroon, have been sold off Krupp Industries for their own personal usage. Reports that all of Cameroon have been sold have been proved true, but only half of Sudwestafrika has been annexed by Krupp Industries. These land-breaking deals involved Krupp handing over 45,000,000 RM to the Government, and in exchange Krupp Industries is granted fifteen years of immunity over their operations in the area, so long as it does not involve massive violations of German Colonial Law. Furthermore, for the first year Krupp will lower all costs to the German Government by 10%, bring the budget for this year down. However, when questioned how long it would last, Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach replied, "The 10% shall continue for one year, and after the 15 year immunity is up, for any amount of immunity granted over this set period of 15 years, meaning extra immunity, shall result in lower prices for the German Government." Many have hailed this is as a great success of the new Government, while anti-colonialists rallied to a company's buying of lands in Africa. As of now, the Government has the support of this newspaper in her endeavors.