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Manchukuogreen

Quarter 74 - Winter 2008

The affairs of state of Manchukuo were taken over by the regent Morven in Summer 1990. Observers classify the mid-size state as progressive social liberal party-democracy, known for its high net income and the low crime rate.

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

Manchukuo is part of World Norwich and is located in Far East. The state classified as postcommunistic is considered as peace-loving and engaged in marginal trade.

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

Manchukuo is an invaluable member of Empire of Japan, an ambitious alliance.

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Comparisons

Economy 11% Military 14% Safety 8% Reputation 3%
Health 9% Progress 2% Environment -19% Civil rights -7%
Happy Content Extremists

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Capital city Dortmund
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Foundation 08.05.2019
Highest Happiness 70.3
Visitors 222
Link https://www.ars-regendi.com/state/213580-imperial-protectorate-manchukuo

Key data

Indicators Manchukuo Average state (832)
Gross domestic product per capita 29,465 € 30,624 €
Annual average of inflation 4.63 % 4.52 %
Annual average of population growth 0.65 % 0.62 %
Annual average of economy growth 3.27 % 3.15 %
Social benefits ratio 26.64 % 26.90 %
Public spending ratio 53.08 % 53.02 %
Tax rate 45.90 % 49.27 %
Debt rate 2.91 % 384.63 %

Ranking

Happiness 5.
Duration of regency 23.

Offers

Manchukuo Average state
Currencies 0.81 $ / € 0.81 $ / € Sold currencies: 0 Buy
Ground 24.76 €/m² 23.97 €/m² Sold ground: 0 Buy
Shares 2,765 3,517 Sold shares: 0 Buy

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