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Malisin Factbook

PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2011 3:40 pm
by Dystopian Malisin
The Malinese Factbook

Relative location is unknown, as the sea around Malisin has not been named by the government, and no other land forms have been spotted even remotely near Malisin and thus, absolute location is also unknown. The area is 150,000 square kilometers. Comparative area is not surveyed to other nations or regions. It is an island, there are no bordering nations, and the government has not searched for the nearest nation or land mass. Coastline length is 25,000 kilometers. The government does not have maritime claims as there are no countries that are near Malisin and nothing to challenge Malinese access to water. The terrain is arid, barren and desert, and there are no forms of plant life on Malisin. The climate, specifically air, is extremely cold, although there is no snow or ice, since the only available water is offshore, the sea. The entire island is flat with minor sand dunes changing the highest and lowest points, so highest and lowest elevation extremes are not applicable. The only natural resources on Malisin are coal, petroleum, oil, natural gas and vespene gas. The entire land is used either for residential or mining, as all resources stated lie below ground. There is no irrigated land, natural disasters, environmental problems and agreements. (As Malisin is devoid of all non-sentient life)

Malisin's economy is entirely government-owned, regulated and controlled. Citizens are not allowed to own any businesses. Citizens use the barter system to trade what they have, but the government generally uses NSD. The Gross Domestic Product is a little short of fifteen billion NSD, and GDP per capita the same. Population below poverty line is approximately 99.9% Percentage of citizens unemployed is about 25% Income tax rate is 100% There is no (at least not applicable) inflation rate. Citizens can be recruited as part of the labour force whenever needed. The government's budget focuses mostly on administration and the police force, although it also saves some money for an ever-increasing national reserve.