Economy of Constancia

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Economy of the Free and Associative Kingdom of Constancia
Currency: Constancian Stater ($)
GDP by Sector:
  • Food (% of GDP): TBC $ (TBC%)
  • Energy: TBC $ (TBC%)
  • Other: TBC $ (TBC%)

  • Food
    • Spices
    • Drink
      • Wine
    • Livestock
    • Fish
    • Grain
      • Oatmeal
      • Wheat
      • Cereal
      • Hay
  • Energy
    • Electricity
  • Other
    • Transportation
      • Rail
      • Air
    • Sport
      • Soccer
      • Fighting Pits
    • Military
    • Education
    • Mining
      • Silver
      • Gold
      • Natural Gas
      • Coal
      • Oil
      • Salt
      • Chromium
      • Limestone
    • Textile
      • Cotton
      • Silk
      • Wool
    • Brick kilns
    • Construction
    • Misc.
Major Industry (% of GDP): Military (TBC %)
Largest Company (Value): RubyGem (TBC $)
Labour Force (% of Total Population): TBC (TBC %)
Labour Force by Sector:
  • Military and Defense: 1,320,000 (11.78%)
  • Food (% of All Employed): TBC (TBC%)
  • Industry
  • Energy: TBC (TBC %)
  • Services
  • Other: TBC (TBC %)
Unemployed (% of Total Population): TBC (TBC %)

Budget: TBC $
Budget Surplus or Deficit: TBC $
Inflation Rate:

Exports: Gemstones, artisanal soap, salt, sand, sponges, fish (fresh, salted, dried) and fishery products, uranium, Nivardom marble, expatriate and migrant workers
Export Partners: Natopia, Shireroth
Imports: Everything
Import Partners: Natopia, Shireroth, Stormark, Caputia
Reserves of Foreign Currency:

The economic liberalization in Constancia refers to the economic liberalization, initiated in ____, of the country's economic policies, with the goal of making the economy more market and service-oriented and expanding the role of private and foreign investment. Specific changes include

The major problem at the onset of Primo dd Aguilar's ascension to the Autokratocracy was Constancian access to credit, particularly in light of the economic losses suffered in the course of the Euran war. The Free and Associative Kingdom at the time utilized a free currency regime, had minimal tax revenue that accrued to the national government (although all real property was legally held in chief by the Basileus), and had major development needs.

Semi-State Capitalism / "Coordinated Capitalism"