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Largest Gambling Industry: 12,108th
The Kingdom of
Corporate Bordello
Eskvenn Strong
Influence
Unproven
Civil Rights
Very Good
Economy
Strong
Political Freedom
Superb

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Eskvenn

Population246 million

CurrencyEuro
AnimalArtic Fox

The Kingdom of Eskvenn is a huge, socially progressive nation, renowned for its compulsory military service. The hard-working, democratic, devout population of 246 million Eskvennians 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 relatively small, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Spirituality, Defense, and Welfare. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 12.0%.

The strong Eskvennian economy, worth 14.5 trillion Euros a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Gambling industry, with significant contributions from Information Technology, Uranium Mining, and Pizza Delivery. Average income is 58,970 Euros, with the richest citizens earning 8.4 times as much as the poorest.

Military spending is on the increase, Eskvenn is increasingly belligerent on the international stage, the government is seen to favor traditionalist religions, and voting is voluntary. Crime, especially youth-related, is well under control. Eskvenn's national animal is the Artic Fox, which can occasionally be seen sifting through garbage in the nation's cities.

Eskvenn is ranked 58,364th in the world and 2,433rd in the South Pacific for Highest Crime Rates, with 8.08 Crimes Per Hour.

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Largest Gambling Industry: 12,108th
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Largest Gambling Industry: 426th in the region

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