by Max Barry

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Largest Information Technology Sector: 6,488th Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 6,735th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 7,492nd
The Colony of
Inoffensive Centrist Democracy
Patria o Muerte, Venceremos
Influence
Vassal
Civil Rights
Average
Economy
Frightening
Political Freedom
Very Good

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The Colony of Cuba AU is a massive, environmentally stunning nation, ruled by Governor-General Juan Cabrera with an even hand, and notable for its zero percent divorce rate, pith helmet sales, and frequent executions. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic, devout population of 1.493 billion Cubans have some civil rights, but not too many, enjoy the freedom to spend their money however they like, to a point, and take part in free and open elections, although not too often.

The relatively small government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Industry, and Education. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Havana. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 24.0%.

The frighteningly efficient Cuban economy, worth 218 trillion Pesetas a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with significant contributions from Arms Manufacturing, Tourism, and Trout Farming. Average income is an impressive 146,587 Pesetas, but there is a significant disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 464,774 per year while the poor average 35,249, a ratio of 13.2 to 1.

Dubiously qualified Skandilundian barristers keep referring to laws as 'government guidelines', serial commas clarify the relationship between one's lackeys, the taxpayers, and kinsfolk, a suspicious number of male students have joined the Ladies' Wrestling League, and no animal is considered endangered if there's another that looks kind of like it. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown. Cuba AU's national animal is the Cuban Trogon, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its national religion is Catholicism.

Cuba AU is ranked 96,951st in the world and 13th in American Union for Least Corrupt Governments, with 93.06 Percentage Of Bribes Refused.

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Largest Information Technology Sector: 6,488thLargest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 6,735thHighest Wealthy Incomes: 7,492ndLargest Manufacturing Sector: 7,558thLargest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 8,073rdTop
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Most Scientifically Advanced: 8,669thMost Devout: 8,954thLargest Trout Fishing Sector: 11,828thMost Efficient Economies: 11,980thHighest Average Incomes: 12,043rdMost Developed: 12,679thRudest Citizens: 15,572ndLargest Cheese Export Sector: 15,645thLargest Agricultural Sector: 16,215thSmartest Citizens: 16,353rd
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Largest Trout Fishing Sector: 2nd in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, no animal is considered endangered if there's another that looks kind of like it.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, a suspicious number of male students have joined the Ladies' Wrestling League.
  • : Cuba AU was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Highest Wealthy Incomes and the Top 10% for Rudest Citizens.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, serial commas clarify the relationship between one's lackeys, the taxpayers, and kinsfolk.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, dubiously qualified Skandilundian barristers keep referring to laws as 'government guidelines'.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, Cubans are regularly fired for looking at MyFace during their lunch breaks.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, bouncers at the door of the sweet shop warn five-year-olds not to cause trouble.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, bruised children are made to thank their bullies for the valuable life lessons.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, the education system is being cleansed of all corporate influence.
  • : Following new legislation in Cuba AU, statue-sitting has replaced the stake-out as the dullest form of police duty.

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