The Nomadic Peoples of
Corporate Bordello
Per Lucre Ad Astra
Regional Influence
Civil Rights
Very Good
Political Freedom

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The Nomadic Peoples of PepsiCo Space Projects is a colossal, socially progressive nation, renowned for its frequent executions, complete lack of public education, and complete absence of social welfare. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic population of 7.977 billion Pepsi-Spacer are effectively ruled by a group of massive corporations, who run for political office and provide their well-off citizens with world-class goods and services. Their poorer citizens, however, are mostly starving to death while being urged to go out and get real jobs. The populace has reasonably extensive civil rights, although these are mostly aimed at allowing them to buy whatever they like.

The minute, pro-business, outspoken government, or what there is of one, prioritizes Industry, although Law & Order is also considered important, while Public Transport and Defense aren't funded at all. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 4.6%.

The powerhouse Pepsi-Spacer economy, worth 384 trillion bottletops a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is broadly diversified and led by the Gambling industry, with significant contributions from Retail, Soda Sales, and Uranium Mining. Average income is 48,216 bottletops, but there is a large disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 210,828 per year while the poor average 6,956, a ratio of 30.3 to 1.

Voting is voluntary, employers may fire workers without giving any reason, the death penalty has been reintroduced, and televangelists flaunt their expensive cars when they attend charity events. Crime is a serious problem, with the police force struggling against a lack of funding and a high mortality rate. PepsiCo Space Projects's national animal is the eagle, which can occasionally be seen dodging aircraft in the nation's cities.

PepsiCo Space Projects is ranked 2nd in Technopolis and 136,975th in the world for Largest Public Transport Department, scoring -1 on the Societal Mobility Rating.

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