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The Forest of The Singing Tigers

“An ocean refuses no river”

Category: Civil Rights Lovefest
Civil Rights:
Superb
Economy:
Reasonable
Political Freedoms:
World Benchmark

Regional Influence: Contender

Location: Machu Picchu

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The Forest of The Singing Tigers is a colossal, genial nation, notable for its punitive income tax rates, smutty television, and museums and concert halls. The compassionate, democratic population of 5.219 billion The Singing Tigersians hold their civil and political rights very dear, although the wealthy and those in business tend to be viewed with suspicion.

The government — a sprawling, bureaucracy-choked, outspoken morass — juggles the competing demands of Education, Welfare, and Social Policy. The average income tax rate is 78.7%, and even higher for the wealthy.

The large but inefficient The Singing Tigersian economy, worth 185 trillion Embraces a year, is extremely specialized and mostly made up of the Book Publishing industry. State-owned companies are reasonably common. Average income is 35,547 Embraces, and distributed extremely evenly, with little difference between the richest and poorest citizens.

Members of Parliament are often found living in cardboard boxes, many junior high school teachers minor in midwifery, the military frequently holds bake sales to raise funds, and students are known to arrive at school in their pyjamas. Crime is totally unknown. The Singing Tigers's national animal is the Snow Tiger, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

The Singing Tigers is ranked 3rd in Machu Picchu and 102,681st in the world for Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector, scoring -3 on the Henry Ford Productivity Index.

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