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Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 2,864thHighest Workforce Participation Rate: 3,708thMost Valuable International Artwork: 3,823rd
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Population1.639 billion

LeaderFederal Council

CurrencyInternational Standard Credit

The World Confederation of Guaylandia is a massive, cultured nation, ruled by Federal Council with a fair hand, and renowned for its museums and concert halls, hatred of cheese, and absence of drug laws. The compassionate, democratic population of 1.639 billion Guaylandians are free to do what they want with their own bodies, and vote for whomever they like in elections; if they go into business, however, they are regulated to within an inch of their lives.

The enormous, liberal, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Education, Administration, and Environment. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Geneva. The average income tax rate is 91.0%, and even higher for the wealthy.

The all-consuming Guaylandian economy, worth 180 trillion International Standard Credits a year, is driven entirely by a combination of government and state-owned industry, with private enterprise illegal. The industrial sector, which is highly specialized, is mostly made up of the Information Technology industry, with significant contributions from Book Publishing, Trout Farming, and Tourism. Average income is an impressive 110,010 International Standard Credits, and distributed extremely evenly, with little difference between the richest and poorest citizens.

Rioting during the nation's hosting of ORDER caused one million International Standard Credits of property damage, country folk are sent to obligatory boarding schools to learn how to be civilized, autarky's deemed malarkey as foreign bric-a-brac's brought back, and space has been brought down to earth with constellations of cancer cases across Guaylandia. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Guaylandia's national animal is the Dove, which soars majestically through the nation's famously clear skies, and its national religion is Neo-Humanism.

Guaylandia is ranked 213,444th in the world and 63rd in The DankLeft Commune for Largest Agricultural Sector, scoring -9.8 on the Mu-Bah-Daggs Productivity Index.

Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 2,864thHighest Workforce Participation Rate: 3,708thMost Valuable International Artwork: 3,823rdMost Compassionate Citizens: 4,127thMost Inclusive: 4,310thMost Pacifist: 4,425thNicest Citizens: 4,582ndLeast Corrupt Governments: 4,801stLargest Welfare Programs: 6,067thMost Advanced Public Education: 6,457thMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 6,935thMost Influential: 7,658thMost World Assembly Endorsements: 7,658thHighest Average Tax Rates: 7,739thMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 8,134thSafest: 8,566thMost Scientifically Advanced: 9,479thBest Weather: 9,584thMost Beautiful Environments: 9,763rdMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 9,868thMost Advanced Public Transport: 9,969thLargest Information Technology Sector: 10,365thLongest Average Lifespans: 10,532ndHealthiest Citizens: 11,192ndSmartest Citizens: 11,325thTop
Most Secular: 11,361stMost Cultured: 12,257thLargest Governments: 12,270thHighest Poor Incomes: 12,618thLowest Crime Rates: 16,279thMost Cheerful Citizens: 16,421stMost Developed: 17,557thLargest Trout Fishing Sector: 19,479thLargest Publishing Industry: 20,671st
Most Valuable International Artwork: 2nd in the regionMost World Assembly Endorsements: 2nd in the regionMost Influential: 3rd in the regionTop
Most Inclusive: 6th in the regionHighest Foreign Aid Spending: 7th in the regionMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 7th in the regionMost Pacifist: 7th in the regionMost Scientifically Advanced: 7th in the region

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