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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,895th Most Influential: 11,703rd Most Extensive Civil Rights: 16,915th
The Confederacy of
Left-Leaning College State
Democracy, yadda yadda.
Influence
Minnow
Civil Rights
Superb
Economy
Reasonable
Political Freedom
Excellent

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The Swiss-German Union

Population184 million

CurrencyDeutsche Mark
AnimalFox

The Confederacy of The Swiss-German Union is a very large, genial nation, renowned for its burgeoning Fox population. The compassionate, democratic population of 184 million Swiss-German Unionians enjoy extensive civil freedoms, particularly in social issues, while business tends to be more regulated.

The relatively small, liberal government juggles the competing demands of Welfare, Education, and Defense. The average income tax rate is 9.3%.

The sizeable but inefficient Swiss-German Unionian economy, worth 8.69 trillion Deutsche Marks a year, is fairly diversified and led by the Trout Farming industry, with major contributions from Tourism, Information Technology, and Basket Weaving. State-owned companies are common. Average income is 47,229 Deutsche Marks, with the richest citizens earning 5.1 times as much as the poorest.

Giggling teens are asked to put their mouths on rubber dolls, the jackhammer is considered a tool of artistic criticism, military spending is on the increase, and cosmopolitan citizens ask what their countries can do for them. Crime is moderate, probably because of the absence of a police force. The Swiss-German Union's national animal is the Fox, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests.

The Swiss-German Union is ranked 116,161st in the world and 6,163rd in The North Pacific for Most Cheerful Citizens, with 50 Percentage Of Water Glasses Perceived Half-Full.

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Most Influential: 11,703rdMost Extensive Civil Rights: 16,915th
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