I don't understand. If the multinational corporations control the government, and all industry is controlled by those corporations, then why don't the corporations want to industrialize the country? Wouldn't that allow them to produce cheap goods easier? Are they forbidden from doing so by the same people who installed the Morgenthau Plan? Do they also control the agriculture and think the industrialization would disrupt the farming business?I've been thinking about making some sort of eco-corporarte nation, if that makes any sense. What basically happens is that something similar to the Morgenthau Plan forces a nation to deindustrialize. Foreign companies then take an interest to the new agarian country and proceed to transform it into a banana republic. Eventually, all of the nation's scant industry and infrastructure is built for the purpose of serving big business while the corporate-backed government refuses any attempts to reindustrialize any further.
These governments are supposed to be realistic. In other words, the people who establish theses systems of government have to have reasons for doing so.