Quarter 74 - Winter 2008

The affairs of state of Burma were taken over by the regent Blue Wizard in Summer 1990. Observers classify the very huge state as progressive neoliberal plutocracy, known for its low national debt and the high corruption.

Most of the illiterate and severely observed citizens are content with the circumstances. They have a reputation to be diligent and animal-loving. Further they enjoy a healthy environment. Compared with other countries, the most distinctive difference is the National debt.

Burma is part of World Norwich and is located in Far East. The state classified as Emerging nation is considered as aggressive and engaged in brisk trade.

Burma is a member of LeagueOfNatives, one of the most influential alliances in the world.



Burma, officially the Republic of Burma, is a country in Southeast Asia. Burma is bordered by Panamana to its southeast, the failed state of Urnam to its north, and the failed state of India to its west. Burma is the largest of the mainland Southeast Asian states. To its south, about one third of Burma's total perimeter forms an uninterrupted coastline along the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. Its capital and largest city is Yangon. Burma has had a historic friendship with neighboring Urnam and is a member of the League of Natives. Burma successfully defended itself against Mongol invasions in the 13th century, British attacks in the 19th century, and the Japanese invasion during World War II. Burma adopted a new constitution in 1948, which replaced the hereditary monarchy with a democratically-elected government.


Economy -1% Military 12% Safety 10% Reputation 3%
Health 4% Progress 4% Environment 3% Civil rights -1%
Content Uncontent Extremists


Currency: Kyat
Heraldic animal / symbol White Star
Capital city Yangon
Religion Buddhism
Flag (not selectable for world states) Flag
Anthem "Till the End of the World"
Foundation 10.02.2019
Highest Happiness 37.5
Visitors 602
Link https://www.ars-regendi.com/state/212759-republic-burma

Key data

Indicators Burma Average state (1981)
Gross domestic product per capita 1,445 € 1,200 €
Annual average of inflation 4.70 % 4.20 %
Annual average of population growth 1.16 % 1.31 %
Annual average of economy growth 3.45 % 2.65 %
Social benefits ratio 11.72 % 6.12 %
Public spending ratio 33.11 % 23.80 %
Tax rate 20.02 % 22.61 %
Debt rate 78.59 % 116.87 %


Happiness 8.
Duration of regency 16.


Burma Average state
Currencies 0.97 $ / € 0.76 $ / € Sold currencies: 0 Buy
Ground 4.80 €/m² 4.36 €/m² Sold ground: 0 Buy
Shares 5,725 4,505 Sold shares: 0 Buy


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