Economy of Natopia

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Economy of Natopia
Currency Natopian natopo (₦)
Trade Organizations
Economic Group Developed economy
Population 880 million
Growth Rate 4.5%
Economic Sectors
  • Agriculture: 10%
  • Industry: 40%
  • Services: 50%
Main Components
  • Consumer spending: 68%
  • Government expenditure: 20%
  • Investment in fixed capital: 10%
  • Net exports: 2%
Inflation Rate 1.9%
Central Bank Rate 3.5%
Poverty Line 6%
Risk of Poverty 11%
Labor Force 528 million
  • Services: 70%
  • Industry: 20%
  • Agriculture: 10%
Unemployment Rate 5.1%
Savings Rate 18% of GDP
Yield Curve Flat
Major Industries Aerospace, Technology, Automotive, Biotechnology, Finance
Main Export Goods Electronics, Vehicles, Pharmaceuticals, Financial Services
Main Export Partners
Main Import Goods Crude Oil, Rare Metals, Machinery, Raw Materials
Main Import Partners
Public Debt 60% of GDP

The economy of the Bovic Empire of the Natopian Nation is a highly advanced and developed mixed economy. Its currency, the Natopian natopo (₦), serves as the principal reserve currency within the Raspur Pact, highlighting Natopia's integral position and influence within this significant military and economic alliance. Natopia distinguishes as one of the oldest and largest economies in Micras, positioning it as the most significant and mature economy within the pact. Several countries use the natopo as their official currency or as acceptable legal tender.

Central to Natopia's economic strategy is an integration of advanced technology and high productivity levels, supported by a regulatory framework that encourages business innovation while maintaining competitive taxation. This strategic mix has fostered a vibrant and resilient economic sector, enabling the government to undertake substantial interventions and reforms when necessary. These interventions have been crucial in navigating the nation through periods of economic adversity, including instances of fiscal insolvency, depressions, and financial crises.



GDP and Economic Structure

Composition of Economic Sectors

GDP by Economic Sector

Labor and Unemployment

Income and Wealth


Health Care


Central Bank

Financial Position


Main article: Natopian natopo

Business Culture

Venture Capital Investment

Research and Development

Notable Companies and Markets



See also