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Liberal Social Democracy

Sproutgreen

Quarter 193 - Winter 2038

The affairs of state of Sprout, formerly USA, were taken over by the regent Burkean in Autumn 1990. Observers classify the huge state as progressive social liberal party-democracy, known for its high net income and the low crime rate.

Most of the ingenious and reasonable citizens are very happy 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 Capital.

The regent managed to improve his influence in comparison to previous year.

Sprout is an invaluable member of Eternal Love, one of the most influential alliances in the world.

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Comparisons

Economy 3% Military 4% Safety -51% Reputation 2%
Health 3% Progress 3% Environment 2% Civil rights 0%
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Foundation 22.05.2017
Highest Happiness 114.7
Visitors 1003
Link https://www.ars-regendi.com/state/203757-liberal-social-democracy-sprout

Key data

Indicators Sprout Average state (1037)
Gross domestic product per capita 178,761 € 145,085 €
Annual average of inflation 2.49 % 2.24 %
Annual average of population growth 1.46 % 1.01 %
Annual average of economy growth 3.24 % 2.23 %
Social benefits ratio 14.22 % 9.71 %
Public spending ratio 25.68 % 29.30 %
Tax rate 22.41 % 28.17 %
Debt rate -19.63 % -137.30 %

Ranking

Happiness 26.
Duration of regency 415.

Offers

Sprout Average state
Currencies 1.74 $ / € 0.60 $ / € Sold currencies: 0 Buy
Ground 38.89 €/m² 34.35 €/m² Sold ground: 15.000.000 Buy
Shares 16,565 8,651 Sold shares: 1.500.000 Buy

Comments

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

Akeron 18.07.2017 03:12 Players rating: 5
Amazing country! One of the best I've seen! How did you get international reputation so high?

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