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Corporationred


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The affairs of state of Corporation, formerly USA, were taken over by the regent Corp_America in Winter 1990. Observers classify the huge state as progressive neoliberal party-democracy, known for its low national debt and the low crime rate.

Most of the adept and reasonable citizens are content with the circumstances. They have a reputation to be hedonistic and fair. Further they enjoy an outstanding infrastructure. Compared with other countries, the most distinctive difference is the National debt.

Corporation is not a member of an alliance.

Description

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A state where the person with the most wealth rules.

Comparisons

Economy 5% Military 2% Safety 14% Reputation 3%
Health 7% Progress 3% Environment 2% Civil rights 2%
Content Uncontent Extremists

Specification

Currency: Gold
Heraldic animal / symbol Bull
Capital city Boardroom
Religion Merchantilism
Flag (not selectable for world states) Flag
Anthem Money Money Money!
Foundation 14.04.2011
Highest Happiness 75.7
Visitors 5770
Link http://www.ars-regendi.com/state/92464

Key data

Indicators Corporation Average state (1242)
Gross domestic product per capita 121,059 € 110,805 €
Annual average of inflation 1.42 % 2.14 %
Annual average of population growth 0.45 % 0.86 %
Annual average of economy growth 2.94 % 2.12 %
Social benefits ratio 6.84 % 9.31 %
Public spending ratio 14.59 % 28.82 %
Tax rate 12.85 % 28.77 %
Debt rate -1,421.79 % -140.22 %

Ranking

Happiness .
Duration of regency .

Offers

Corporation Average state
Currencies 0.00 $ / € 0.76 $ / € Sold currencies: 0 Buy
Ground 0.00 €/m² 28.68 €/m² Sold ground: 0 Buy
Shares 0 5,912 Sold shares: 0 Buy

Comments

1 comments | 1 All ratings | Average of ratings: 5.00

ystradband 05.08.2011 17:07 Players rating: 5
Great work so far, but now you need to start spending to reduce the size of your national surplus or your popularity will continue to decline.

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