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Frandonia wrote:♪♫♬ Bauxite is cheap ♪♫♬
♪♫♬ I'm in debt.... ♪♫♬
♪♫♬ Kill me now.... ♪♫♬

Lemme annex you

Cherlia wrote:Lemme annex you

*loads SMG* Say that again and I'll make you into schnitzel!!

Sarderistan wrote:
    Prime Minister Salvini: "Thank you for the honors, sir. I presume you must be Prime Minister Bandini, yes?"

He nods.

    Alfred Bandini: "I've been told you want to continue with the partition."

Frandonia wrote:*loads SMG* Say that again and I'll make you into schnitzel!!

Okie cousin
Another time then

Hey guys

The sweetness and sugar in soda is really starting to bother me, and it's becoming too sweet and sugary for my liking. I can't tolerate it any longer.

I'm starting to drink more tea, juice, lemonade, and water.

United Azean Federation wrote:The sweetness and sugar in soda is really starting to bother me, and it's becoming too sweet and sugary for my liking. I can't tolerate it any longer.

I'm starting to drink more tea, juice, lemonade, and water.

Ahh theirs Russia how's the civil war?

Eastern Bloc Federation wrote:That never changes

War, war never changes.

Sarderistan

The PM of Italy has been invited to Vienna to discuss relations with The Dear Leader, Supreme Leader, Chief-Minister Radec.

The chat really died.

Novi Vrakanda wrote:The chat really died.

Yea now where are the missiles

Kasiev wrote:Yea now where are the missiles

What do you mean?

Novi Vrakanda wrote:What do you mean?

Never mind .... Alliance?

Kasiev wrote:Never mind .... Alliance?

No.

Novi Vrakanda wrote:No.

Why

Kasiev wrote:Why

No reason to, and it would violate the NAM.

Frandonia wrote:He nods.

    Alfred Bandini: "I've been told you want to continue with the partition."

    Prime Minister Salvini: "Indeed. Our offer will slightly change from before. Italy will gain the territories between counties Shkoder all across to Vlore at the Greek border, the whole Albanian coast. Yugoslavia will gain the rest. There are 6 divisions for each our nations."

Cherlia wrote:Sarderistan

The PM of Italy has been invited to Vienna to discuss relations with The Dear Leader, Supreme Leader, Chief-Minister Radec.

| The Quirinal Palace accepts, and the Prime Minister heads to Vienna after finishing the meeting in Yugoslavia. |

(Skip to meeting?)

Frandonia wrote:Yugoslavia | A leap into 2001

As described by the government, entry into 2000 was the new high for the Yugoslav peoples. Progress was high and the economic boom from 1998 saw itself continuing well into 2000. However, at the start of summer, major issues were met.

Taliban attacks on Sarajevo shook the populace as well as damage the Yugoslav economy. That was not the first issue, as immigration from Yugoslavia to preferably "better nations" such as Spain and Italy continued the negative population growth the Yugoslavs suffered with.

By September, the mining industry saw one of the fastest growing production in Europe, but it was to be short lived as their main and only importer of Bauxite, Spain, dwindled down their imports from Yugoslavia, which, coupled with the immense amounts they extracted from Slovenia and Norther Croatia, completely crashed the Bauxite market, driving prices down expenentionally. This made the mining industry come to a grinding halt. The sheer amount of it became worthless. This did mean that the Yugoalav aluminum industry would manage to grow, such a low price of Bauxite could not support Yugoslavia's mining industry and so, they were forced to close down their mining operations and completely cease exports on said product. This action increased Yugoslavia's public debt and, for the first time since 1995, threw it into a trade defecit.

| The Italian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, through several state-owned companies, offers to buy a range from 32% to 49% of the stocks in Yugoslavian Bauxite mines and other mines whose production is halted. Italy plans to inject funds as much as US$ 72 Million in each mine to continue production. The bauxite will then be sold to Italy in a slightly lower price, as the raw materials will do for transit trade. |

The communist party has taken control of the country and is surprisingly stable

Kasiev wrote:The communist party has taken control of the country and is surprisingly stable

Press X for Doubt

Frandonia wrote:Yugoslavia | A leap into 2001

As described by the government, entry into 2000 was the new high for the Yugoslav peoples. Progress was high and the economic boom from 1998 saw itself continuing well into 2000. However, at the start of summer, major issues were met.

Taliban attacks on Sarajevo shook the populace as well as damage the Yugoslav economy. That was not the first issue, as immigration from Yugoslavia to preferably "better nations" such as Spain and Italy continued the negative population growth the Yugoslavs suffered with.

By September, the mining industry saw one of the fastest growing production in Europe, but it was to be short lived as their main and only importer of Bauxite, Spain, dwindled down their imports from Yugoslavia, which, coupled with the immense amounts they extracted from Slovenia and Norther Croatia, completely crashed the Bauxite market, driving prices down expenentionally. This made the mining industry come to a grinding halt. The sheer amount of it became worthless. This did mean that the Yugoalav aluminum industry would manage to grow, such a low price of Bauxite could not support Yugoslavia's mining industry and so, they were forced to close down their mining operations and completely cease exports on said product. This action increased Yugoslavia's public debt and, for the first time since 1995, threw it into a trade defecit.

A Spanish oil company is looking to buy out the bauxite mining and aluminum refinery companies, employing thousands of Yugoslav workers.

Novi Vrakanda wrote:Press X for Doubt

Joseph stylin 😎😎😎

Kasiev wrote:Joseph stylin 😎😎😎

That's not very American.

Novi Vrakanda wrote:Press X for Doubt

*Smashes X button*

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