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The Future-Tech Market Index Thread [O.O.C]

Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:00 pm

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Introduction


Welcome, one and all, to the newly reborn Future-Tech Market Index, a resource for the Future-Tech community. The Index is a repository; of lists of forbidden exports, welcome imports, of the movers and shakers of the great wheels of commerce in your nations, and a place to share the fruits of your imagination in setting up communal roleplaying settings in keeping with the well-known setting threads of Future-Tech.

You may well be wondering to yourself at this point, just what is the Future-Tech Market Index? The answer is both vague and comprehensive, with multiple suggestions for use, and some of these are presented below.

• It is a holding ground for information on the main/most important imports and exports in commodities and other goods of the various participating nations from the Future-Tech community. This is to help players find various areas where they can forge partnerships and roleplays involving the use of certain industrial sectors rather than, or in addition to, the rather stereotypical conflict/diplomacy based roleplays.

• It is a place where people can list main trading ports and open them up for use as communal settings in the vein of Losieda, Liu Xiu and Portus Altus, and to help bring these together in one centralised location to avoid the old problem of scrambling through the pages of the International Incidents Sub-forum.

• It will act as a repository for whatever information participants choose to submit on notable people or organisations of commercial origin or involvement, be they billionaire CEO's to noticeably corrupted customs patrols, to encourage more world-building in an area that historically has seen little use in the Future-Tech community.

Application Templates


With the kind permission of Morningstar Coalition, the Future-Tech Market Index has revived the original application form for the now sadly-defunct FT National Import/Export Dex, now found below.

Code: Select all
[u][b][size=125]Import/Export Application[/size][/b][/u]
[size=120]<Full In-Character Nation Name>[/size]

[b]Economic Policy Summary:[/b]
     
Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
[color=#000000][b]Ignored[/b][/color] - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
[color=#0000FF][b]Surplus[/b][/color] - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
[color=#008000][b]Stable[/b][/color] - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
[color=#FF8000][b]Consumption[/b][/color] - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
[color=#FF0000][b]Deficit[/b][/color] - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
[u]Underlined[/u] items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
[strike]Struck[/strike] items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

[b]Key:[/b] Item (color coded) - Notes
     
     
[b][u]Raw Materials[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Metallic Elements -
[*]Mineral Elements -
[*]Rare Earth Elements -
[*]Gaseous Elements -
[*]Metallic Compounds -
[*]Mineral Compounds -
[*]Rare Earth Compounds -
[*]Gaseous Compounds -
[*]Non-Edible Plants -
[*]Radioactives -
[*]Gems & Stones -
[*]Waste Materials -
[*]Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
[*]Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
[*]Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
[*]Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Processed Materials[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Industrial Alloys -
[*]High-Temperature Alloys -
[*]Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
[*]Specialised Crystals -
[*]Polymers & Plastics -
[*]Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
[*]Semiconductors & Superconductors -
[*]Metamaterials -
[*]Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
[*]Fertilisers -
[*]Scrap Metals -
[*]Fusion Fuels -
[*]High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
[*]Explosives -
[/list]
 
[b][u]Manufactured Goods[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Electronic Computing Components -
[*]Optical Computing Components -
[*]Molecular Computing Components -
[*]Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
[*]Household Goods -
[*]Construction Equipment -
[*]Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
[*]Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
[*]Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
[*]Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
[*]Mining Equipment -
[*]Agricultural Equipment -
[*]Gravitic Equipment -
[*]Starship Hulls -
[*]Starship Drives -
[*]Starship Powerplants -
[*]Starship Weapons -
[*]Starship Defences -
[*]Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -
[/list]
   
[b][u]Consumables[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Meat-based Foodstuffs -
[*]Plant-based Foodstuffs -
[*]Live Animals -
[*]Water -
[*]Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Novelties & Luxuries[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
[*]Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
[*]Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
[*]Rare Spices -
[*]Clothing & Fashion -
[*]Historical Artifacts -
[*]Religious Artifacts -
[*]Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
[*]Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
[*]Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
[*]Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Medical & Pharmaceutical[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Narcotics -
[*]Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
[*]Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
[*]Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
[*]Longevity Treatments -
[*]Medical Nanotech -
[*]Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
[*]Cloning Equipment -
[*]Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
[*]Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
[*]Augmentation Equipment -
[*]Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
[*]Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
[*]Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Information[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Research Data -
[*]Starcharts -
[*]Civil Intelligence -
[*]Military Intelligence -
[*]Journalism (News Services) -
[*]Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Services[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Research & Development -
[*]Starship Design -
[*]Starship Construction -
[*]Mercenary Contracting -
[*]Augmentation Installation -
[*]Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
[*]Mining Contracts -
[*]Terraforming -
[*]Mail Delivery -
[*]Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
[*]Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
[*]Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
[*]Tourism -
[*]Prostitution -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Labour[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Paid Workers -
[*]Indentured Workers -
[*]Slaves (Sapient) -
[*]Machines (Droids & Robots) -
[*]Machines (AI) -
[*]Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Military Goods[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Melee Weapons -
[*]Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
[*]Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
[*]Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
[*]Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
[*]Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
[*]Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
[*]Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
[*]Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -
[/list]
     
[b][u]Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)[/u][/b]
[list]
[*]Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
[*]Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
[*]Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
[*]Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
[*]Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
[*]Water Craft: Military -
[*]Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
[*]Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
[*]Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
[*]Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
[*]Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
[*]Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
[*]Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
[*]Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
[*]Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
[/list]


For those interested in doing so, the submission of a freeport or special economic destination for open use by the FT community, an application for listing in the Recommended Links directory of the Future-Tech Market Index has been supplied below;

Code: Select all
[u][b][size=125]Freeport/Economic Zone Application[/size][/b][/u]
[size=120]<Full In-Character Nation Name>[/size]

[*]Name of Trade System/Facility -
[*]Brief In-Character Description -
[*]Thread Link -


Lastly we have the Character/Organisation application for the submission of information on key movers and shakers or economic-focused organisations within applicant's nations for inclusion into the Background Information Directory of the Future-Tech Market Index supplied below;

Code: Select all
[u][b][size=125]Character/Organisation Application[/size][/b][/u]
[size=120]<Full In-Character Nation Name>[/size]

[*]Name of Character/Organisation -
[*]Brief In-Character Background Description -
[*]Direct Factbook Link -


Presented here is an exemplar of the application;

Import/Export Application
<Full In-Character Nation Name>

Economic Policy Summary:

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes

Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -


The Rules


There are very few of these, but I do ask that writers who submit any applications follow them;
• When submitting applications, please contain those applications to one single post so as to avoid duplication of links to the Member's Directory.
• Please do not alter the application templates beyond filling them in. If you have any recommendations to improve the templates, telegrams are happily accepted on that subject.

And with that, I bid you all welcome to the Index!


Recommended Links


Freeports & Trade Systems
Liu Xiu Special Economic Zone
Losieda - Come and Play with Us
Portus Altus Interstellar Space Terminal

Relevant Threads
Global Economics and Trade Help Desk and Q&A
State of the Galaxy

Discussion & Advice
Future-Tech Advice & Assistance Thread
#NSFT (IRC Channel for FT Advice and Assistance - Intended for New Players)
#NSLegion (IRC Channel for General Discussion - Intended for Experienced Players)


With gracious thanks to Kyrusia for giving me a fresh pair of eyes to look at this project, and for the creation of the Index's logo.
And thanks to Morningstar Coalition, without who's inspiration this project would never have happened.
Last edited by Dreadful Sagittarius on Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:07 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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For He Loved The Stars Too Fondly, To Fear The Night
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Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:00 pm

Last edited by Dreadful Sagittarius on Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:27 pm, edited 15 times in total.
In Memoriam of David 'CanisD' Briedis, October 20, 1970 - August 27, 2015
For He Loved The Stars Too Fondly, To Fear The Night
Factbook of the Phanes RepublicFuture-Tech Advice & Assistance Thread
Future-Tech Market Index ThreadThe CompendiumState of the Galaxy
Only a fool taunts the Archer

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Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Sat Apr 04, 2015 4:01 pm

Import/Export Application
<The Phanes Republic>

Economic Policy Summary: The Republic as a government entity is virtually totally uninvolved with the domestic economy beyond where it impacts on government departments such as law enforcement, education, and the military. Individual businesses are encouraged with tax cuts, and competition for contracts, both public and private, is fierce.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives - Permit for civilian use required.

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools) -
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons - Forbidden for private ownership with only the government operating in the purchase of such items for use within Republic space.
  • Starship Defences - Forbidden for private ownership unless a government permit is issued.
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts - Permits are required to import foreign artifacts of historical value, and the export of such is forbidden unless for loaning to educational institutions.
  • Religious Artifacts -
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech - Subject to medical licensing within Republic territory.
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment - Rejected as unethical for use by Republic citizens.
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) - Rejected as unethical for use by Republic citizens.
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) - Only permitted for specialist medical treatment facilities.
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) - Subject to medical licensing within Republic territory.

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution - While officially discouraged, in practise little enforcement of anti-prostitution regulations takes place, and many citizens of the Republic would happily pay for, or sell the services, from and/or to foreign citizens.

Labour
  • Paid Workers - Where the appropriate skills cannot be found in Phanes Republic territory, many corporations will happily hire foreign citizens.
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) - The creation and/or possession of autonomous machines is forbidden by law and custom within the Republic.
  • Machines (AI) - The creation and/or possession of self-aware thinking machines is forbidden by law and custom within the Republic.
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) - The creation of non-independent life is anathema to the Republic and is forbidden without exception.

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military - Forbidden for private ownership with only the government operating in the purchase of such items for use within Republic territory.
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) - Forbidden for private ownership with only the government operating in the purchase of such items for use within Republic space.
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) - Forbidden for private ownership with only the government operating in the purchase of such items for use within Republic space.
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - Forbidden for private ownership with only the government operating in the purchase of such items for use within Republic space.
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For He Loved The Stars Too Fondly, To Fear The Night
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Future-Tech Market Index ThreadThe CompendiumState of the Galaxy
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Postby Serukta Sehkrisaal » Sat Apr 04, 2015 5:14 pm

Import/Export Application
Serukta Sehkrisaal
(Image, Sacral Empire of the Second Children of the Light)

Economic Policy Summary: The Sacral Empire operates under a generally "neo-mercantilist" series of economic policies, placing emphasis only on the importation of raw materials and goods/services which otherwise cannot be produced or generated domestically, the utilization of quasi-protectionist tariffs against the importation of completed goods or raw materials/commodities which can be produced or generated domestically, emphasis on the purchase and usage of domestically produced or generated products and services, with exportation focusing chiefly on the shipment and transfer of completed goods over raw materials (excluding certain refined or "commoditized" products).



Color-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes

Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements
  • Mineral Elements
  • Rare Earth Elements
  • Gaseous Elements
  • Metallic Compounds
  • Mineral Compounds
  • Rare Earth Compounds
  • Gaseous Compounds
  • Non-Edible Plants - Certain commoditized, non-edible plants and plant fibers are exported in abundance.
  • Radioactives
  • Gems & Stones
  • Waste Materials
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles)
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter)
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium)
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) - "Exotic dilithium" (E-Li2) is wholly ignored and has no localized market demand.
  • Exotic Matter (Other) - Localized market demand for exotic forms of matter is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys
  • High-Temperature Alloys
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials
  • Specialized Crystals - Localized market demand for certain crystallized forms of matter is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Polymers & Plastics
  • Plant-based Fibers & Materials - Certain commoditized, non-edible plants and plant fibers are exported.
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors
  • Meta-materials - Localized market demand for certain meta-materials is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc)
  • Fertilizers
  • Scrap Metals
  • Fusion Fuels - Refined deuterium (2H) and helium-3 (3He) fuel is regularly exported in abundance.
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored)
  • Explosives

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components
  • Optical Computing Components
  • Molecular Computing Components
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) - Domestic supply of consumer devices and goods is vastly insufficient, making for high localized market demand and, in addition, possession/usage is restricted by caste.
  • Household Goods
  • Construction Equipment
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) - "Replicators" are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Equipment (Nanofabricators)
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots)
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Gravitic Equipment
  • Starship Hulls
  • Starship Drives
  • Starship Powerplants
  • Starship Weapons - Localized market demand for certain starship weapons is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Starship Defenses - Localized market demand for certain starship defenses is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc)

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs
  • Live Animals - Localized market demand for certain live animals is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence, though certain import restrictions apply.
  • Water - Localized market demand for water is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air)

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) - Localized market demand for certain intoxicants is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) - Localized market demand for certain luxury foods/drinks is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence, though possession is restricted by caste.
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) - Localized market demand for certain exotic foods/drinks is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence, though possession is restricted by caste.
  • Rare Spices - Rare spices, herbs, etc. are regularly exported in abundance.
  • Clothing & Fashion - Domestic supply of clothing is sufficient, though certain fashions and clothing styles are in a state of consumption, though possession is restricted by caste.
  • Historical Artifacts - Historical artifacts not relating to the Sacral Empire are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Religious Artifacts - Historical artifacts not relating to the Sacral Empire are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) - Localized market demand for certain forms of entertainment is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence.
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) - Localized market demand for certain forms of entertainment is constantly in a state of consumption, regardless of prevalence, though possession is restricted by caste.
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) - Localized market demand for certain forms of creative art is constantly in a state of consumption, though certain import restrictions apply.
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc - Localized market demand for certain forms of recorded/performance art is constantly in a state of consumption, though certain import restrictions apply.

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics - Narcotics (medicinal and recreational) are regularly exported in abundance.
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) - Domestic supply of basic medicines is considered sufficient; certain import restrictions apply.
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) - Domestic supply of medical supplies is considered sufficient; certain import restrictions apply.
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) - Domestic supply of blood and plasma is considered sufficient; certain import restrictions apply.
  • Longevity Treatments - Domestic supply of longevity treatments is sufficient and possession/usage is restricted by caste.
  • Medical Nanotech - Domestic supply of medical nanotechnology is sufficient and possession/usage is restricted by caste.
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) - Domestic supply of medical equipment is considered sufficient and possession/usage is restricted by caste.
  • Cloning Equipment - Cloning equipment is wholly ignored and has no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) - Medical "whole clones" are wholly ignored and has no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) - Medically-cloned tissues/organs are wholly ignored and have no appreciable localized market demand and, in addition, are restricted by religious law with possession/usage restricted by caste.
  • Augmentation Equipment - Augmentation equipment is wholly ignored and has no appreciable localized market demand and, in addition, is restricted by religious law with possession/usage restricted by caste.
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) - "Wetware" and "bionics" are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are either prohibited by religious law or heavily restricted, with possession/usage restricted by caste.
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) - "Genetic" and "biotech" implants and augmentations are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are restricted by religious law with possession/usage restricted by caste.
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) - "Nanomods" and nanotechnological implants and augmentations are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are restricted by religious law with possession/usage restricted by caste.

Information
  • Research Data - Possession/usage of research data is restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Starcharts - Possession/usage of starcharts is restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Civil Intelligence - Possession/usage of civil intelligence is restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Military Intelligence - Possession/usage of military intelligence is restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Journalism (News Services) - Possession/usage of foreign news services are restricted by caste and religious law.
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) - Possession/usage of foreign information services are restricted by caste and religious law.

Services
  • Research & Development - Research and development are restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Starship Design - Starship design is restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Starship Construction - Foreign starship construction is wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, is restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Mercenary Contracting - Foreign mercenary contracting services are restricted by caste and imperial declaration.
  • Augmentation Installation - Foreign augmentation installation services are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are restricted by religious law with possession/usage restricted by caste.
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) - Foreign and domestic financial services are restricted by imperial declaration.
  • Mining Contracts
  • Terraforming - Foreign forms of terraforming services are wholly ignored and have no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Mail Delivery
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) - Foreign love perform art is restricted by religious law, caste, and import regulations.
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) - Foreign academic education has no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) - Foreign academic education has no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Tourism - Tourism is not an appreciable economic sector and is, in addition, restricted by religious law and imperial declaration to certain planetary bodies.
  • Prostitution - Foreign sources of prostitution and sex services are restricted by religious law and import regulations.

Labour
  • Paid Workers - Domestic supply of paid labor is sufficient; certain import restrictions apply in accordance with religious law and imperial declaration.
  • Indentured Workers - Localized market demand for indentured labor is constantly in a state of consumption, though certain import restrictions apply in accordance with religious law and imperial declaration.
  • Slaves (Sapient) - Localized market demand for enslaved labor is constantly in a state of consumption, though certain import restrictions apply in accordance with religious law and imperial declaration.
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) - Foreign and domestic machines are restricted by religious law and import regulations.
  • Machines (AI) - Foreign artificial/synthetic intelligences have no localized market demand and, in addition, are prohibited by religious law.
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) - Foreign clones have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by religious law, imperial declaration, and import regulations; "bioroids" are prohibited by religious law.

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) - Light arms are restricted by caste.
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) - Heavy arms are restricted by caste.
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) - Artillery is restricted by caste.
  • Body Armor (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) - Body armor is restricted by caste.
  • Powered Armor (Individual-scale Armour) - Powered armor is restricted by caste.
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) - Large humaniform, piloted vehicles are wholly ignored have no localized demand.
  • Armored Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) - Armored vehicles are restricted by caste.
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) - Munitions are restricted by caste.

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) - Consumer ground craft have no appreciable localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) - Industrial ground craft have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Ground Craft: Specialized (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) - Specialized ground craft have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure - Consumer and pleasure water craft have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport - Cargo transport water craft have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Water Craft: Military - Military water craft have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) - Personal aircraft are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) - Passenger airliners have no appreciable localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport - Cargo transport aircraft have no appreciable localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste and import/export regulations.
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) - Small starships have no appreciable localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste, imperial declaration, and import/export regulations.
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) - Light transports have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste, imperial declaration, and import/export regulations.
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) - Heavy transports have no appreciable localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste, imperial declaration, and import/export regulations.
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) - Light warships have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste, imperial declaration, import regulations, and export is prohibited.
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) - Medium warships have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste, imperial declaration, import regulations, and export is prohibited.
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - Heavy warships have no localized demand and, in addition, are restricted by caste, imperial declaration, import regulations, and export is prohibited.

Other
  • Rare & Exotic Commodities - Importation and exportation of certain rare and exotic commodities is restricted, though importation of certain commodities of exceptional high value is common place in accordance with commodity reservation policies.
  • Specie/Currency - While the export of domestic specie/currency denominations (qiraat) is heavily restricted and usage of foreign specie/currency domestically as legal tender is prohibited, importation of foreign specie/currency for reserve is a common practice.
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Import/Export Application
<The Amaranthine Imperium>

Economic Policy Summary:The Amaranthine Imperium is a market-oriented materially hyper-abundant society with replication abilities. As such, general manufacturing and basic services are not in high demand. Market demand is therefore concentrated in custom services, "narrative" goods (goods with a story), goods constructed with "Grochek" elements (odd, potentially supernatural elements that are not replicable), or goods requiring the passage of time to produce. This also means that, due to their nature, the demand for the raw elements is incredibly high, but somewhat reduced for already manufactured goods. For diplomatic and philosophical reasons, exporting is generally discouraged - albeit not banned by government policy in general - except in cases of mutual trade of goods (as opposed to purchasing with currency).

Color-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements - Deficit restricted to Grochek elements; otherwise surplus
  • Mineral Elements - Deficit restricted to Grochek elements; otherwise surplus
  • Rare Earth Elements
  • Gaseous Elements - Deficit restricted to Grochek elements; otherwise surplus
  • Metallic Compounds
  • Mineral Compounds
  • Rare Earth Compounds
  • Gaseous Compounds
  • Non-Edible Plants - limited to the exotic, strange, or magical
  • Radioactives - Deficit restricted to Grochek elements; otherwise surplus
  • Gems & Stones - limited to the exotic, strange, or magical
  • Waste Materials
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles)
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter)
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium)
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium)

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys - External demand limited to Grochek-based and exotic-based materials
  • High-Temperature Alloys - External demand limited to Grochek-based and exotic-based materials
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials - External demand limited to Grochek-based and exotic-based materials
  • Specialised Crystals - limited to the exotic, strange, or magical
  • Polymers & Plastics
  • Plant-based Fibres & Material - External demand limited to Grochek-based and exotic-based materials
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors - External demand limited to Grochek-based and exotic-based materials
  • Metamaterials - External demand limited to Grochek-based and exotic-based materials
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc)
  • Fertilisers
  • Scrap Metals
  • Fusion Fuels
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored)
  • Explosives

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components
  • Optical Computing Components
  • Molecular Computing Components
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar)
  • Household Goods
  • Construction Equipment
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) - The export of all forms of fabrication technology is prohibited
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) - The export of all forms of fabrication technology is prohibited
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) - The export of all forms of fabrication technology is prohibited
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools) - The export of all forms of fabrication technology is prohibited
  • Mining Equipment
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Gravitic Equipment
  • Starship Hulls
  • Starship Drives
  • Starship Powerplants
  • Starship Weapons
  • Starship Defences
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc)

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs - limited to exotic, custom, hand-crafted, etc.
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs - limited to exotic, custom, hand-crafted, etc.
  • Live Animals - limited to exotic, custom, hand-crafted, etc.
  • Water
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air)

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Rare Spices - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Clothing & Fashion - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Historical Artifacts - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Religious Artifacts - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics
  • Basic Medicines
  • Medical Supplies
  • Blood & Plasma
  • Longevity Treatments
  • Medical Nanotech - AmI Augmentation technology is generally limited due to unique physiological considerations, but demand is high due to the desire to research and overcome the problem.
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc)
  • Cloning Equipment
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones)
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs)
  • Augmentation Equipment - AmI Augmentation technology is generally limited due to unique physiological considerations, but demand is high due to the desire to research and overcome the problem.
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) - AmI Augmentation technology is generally limited due to unique physiological considerations, but demand is high due to the desire to research and overcome the problem.
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) - AmI Augmentation technology is generally limited due to unique physiological considerations, but demand is high due to the desire to research and overcome the problem.
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) - AmI Augmentation technology is generally limited due to unique physiological considerations, but demand is high due to the desire to research and overcome the problem.

Information
  • Research Data - If there is something that can be known, Amaranthine individuals want to know it
  • Starcharts - If there is something that can be known, Amaranthine individuals want to know it
  • Civil Intelligence - If there is something that can be known, Amaranthine individuals want to know it
  • Military Intelligence - If there is something that can be known, Amaranthine individuals want to know it
  • Journalism (News Services) - If there is something that can be known, Amaranthine individuals want to know it
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) - If there is something that can be known, Amaranthine individuals want to know it

Services
  • Research & Development - The AmI is a society of scholars, and therefore information and development is always in demand
  • Starship Design
  • Starship Construction
  • Mercenary Contracting
  • Augmentation Installation - AmI Augmentation technology is generally limited due to unique physiological considerations, but demand is high due to the desire to research and overcome the problem.
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc)
  • Mining Contracts
  • Terraforming
  • Mail Delivery
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc)
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) - While an Amaranth is generally self-assured in their worldview, alternative perspectives are still encouraged
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) - While an Amaranth is generally self-assured in their worldview, alternative perspectives are still encouraged
  • Tourism
  • Prostitution - Foreign luxuries are always in high demand in the AmI

Labour
  • Paid Workers
  • Indentured Workers - AmI society frowns upon making oneself a servant
  • Slaves (Sapient) - Slavery is prohibited within the AmI
  • Machines (Droids & Robots)
  • Machines (AI)
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient)

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc)
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc)
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc)
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits)
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour)
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles)
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc)
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc)

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) - Spatial bending and teleportation is a common practice even domestically
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) - Spatial bending and teleportation is a common practice even domestically
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) - Spatial bending and teleportation is a common practice even domestically
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport
  • Water Craft: Military
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar)
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners)
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) - Spatial bending and teleportation is a common practice even domestically
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) - Spatial bending and teleportation is a common practice even domestically
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) - Stric
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) - While warships and the like are prohibited from export, they are not banned from private ownership
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) - While warships and the like are prohibited from export, they are not banned from private ownership
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - While warships and the like are prohibited from export, they are not banned from private ownership
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Import/Export Application
Interstellar Consortium of Avlana

Economic Policy Summary: The Interstellar Consortium economy is focused towards being self sustaining, it has high import tariffs as well as bans on certain items, this is to ensure there is slightly less competition amongst the various Merchant Houses as well as keeping the cost of labor higher for the Labor Houses. Anything the Consortium has in surplus is exported with the exception of anything related to national security. The Consortium also attempts to stockpile any raw materials it can. There is high demand for foreign luxury goods however the market is heavily regulated so there is a prominent black market for most foreign luxury goods. Due to the political clout of the Merchant Houses and the Labor Houses, development on new technologies is focused more towards development instead of innovation and inventing new ones for the most part, however foreign inventions are highly sought after by the various Science Houses, however the practice is heavily regulated the Council of the Consortium.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
    Metallic Elements -
    Mineral Elements -
    Rare Earth Elements -
    Gaseous Elements -
    Metallic Compounds -
    Mineral Compounds -
    Rare Earth Compounds -
    Gaseous Compounds -
    Non-Edible Plants -
    Radioactives -
    Gems & Stones -
    Waste Materials -
    Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
    Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
    Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
    Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
    Industrial Alloys -
    High-Temperature Alloys -
    Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
    Specialised Crystals -
    Polymers & Plastics -
    Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
    Semiconductors & Superconductors -
    Metamaterials -
    Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
    Fertilisers -
    Scrap Metals -
    Fusion Fuels -
    High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
    Explosives - Possession is restricted to Labor and Warrior Houses

Manufactured Goods
    Electronic Computing Components -
    Optical Computing Components -
    Molecular Computing Components -
    Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
    Household Goods -
    Construction Equipment -
    Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
    Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
    Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
    Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools) -
    Mining Equipment -
    Agricultural Equipment -
    Gravitic Equipment -
    Starship Hulls -
    Starship Drives -
    Starship Powerplants -
    Starship Weapons - Possession is restricted to Merchant and Warrior Houses
    Starship Defences - Possession is restricted to Merchant and Warrior Houses
    Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
    Meat-based Foodstuffs -
    Plant-based Foodstuffs -
    Live Animals -
    Water -
    Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
    Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) - Age limitation, Avans must be at least 15 GS years to purchase and consumer
    Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
    Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
    Rare Spices -
    Clothing & Fashion -
    Historical Artifacts -
    Religious Artifacts -
    Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
    Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
    Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
    Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
    Narcotics - Distribution and use is regulated to avoid addiction, can only be distributed by medical practitioners from a the Science Houses
    Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Longevity Treatments - Avans have no desire to prolong their natural lives and view others that due so as vain
    Medical Nanotech - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Cloning Equipment - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Augmentation Equipment - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses
    Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses, augmentations are further regulated to avoid abuse
    Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses, augmentations are further regulated to avoid abuse
    Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) - Medicine is practiced solely by the Science Houses, augmentations are further regulated to avoid abuse

Information
    Research Data -
    Starcharts -
    Civil Intelligence -
    Military Intelligence -
    Journalism (News Services) -
    Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
    Research & Development -
    Starship Design -
    Starship Construction -
    Mercenary Contracting -
    Augmentation Installation - Installation is restricted to being performed by the Science Houses
    Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
    Mining Contracts -
    Terraforming -
    Mail Delivery -
    Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
    Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
    Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
    Tourism -
    Prostitution - Sex workers are regulated by the government with monthly health exams mandated to curb the spread of STDs

Labour
    Paid Workers -
    Indentured Workers - Debt slavery is outlawed in the Consortium
    Slaves (Sapient) - Slavery is outlawed in the Consortium
    Machines (Droids & Robots) -
    Machines (AI) - AI are widely regarded with suspicion
    Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
    Melee Weapons -
    Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
    Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) - Restricted to use and possession by the Warrior Houses
    Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) - Restricted to use and possession by the Warrior Houses
    Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) - Restricted to use and possession by the Warrior Houses
    Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) - Restricted to use and possession by the Warrior Houses
    Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) - Due to their unique evolution on their homeworld the Avans never developed large ground vehicles
    Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) - Due to their unique evolution on their homeworld the Avans never developed large ground vehicles
    Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) - Some munitions are restricted to use and possession by the Warrior Houses others for light arms however are not.

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
    Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) - Due to their unique evolution on their homeworld the Avans never developed large ground vehicles
    Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) - Due to their unique evolution on their homeworld the Avans never developed large ground vehicles
    Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) - Due to their unique evolution on their homeworld the Avans never developed large ground vehicles
    Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure - Water vehicles have been phased out since the development of anti-grav technology
    Water Craft: Cargo Transport - Water vehicles have been phased out since the development of anti-grav technology
    Water Craft: Military - Water vehicles have been phased out since the development of anti-grav technology
    Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
    Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
    Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
    Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) - Possession of combat craft is regulated to use only by the Warrior House
    Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
    Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
    Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -Possession of combat craft is regulated to use only by the Warrior House
    Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -Possession of combat craft is regulated to use only by the Warrior House
    Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - At this time the Consortium does not manufacture or produce anything larger than what is typically considered a cruiser.

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Stormwrath
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New York Times Democracy

Postby Stormwrath » Mon Apr 06, 2015 8:22 am

Import/Export Application
The Intergalactic Empire of Stormwrath

Economic Policy Summary: Stormwrath has a mixed capitalist economy, with high emphasis on manufacturing and technological advancement. Even though it is a major trading power, it is largely self-sustainable. Due to the advent of replication technology, production has soared, and Stormwrath increasingly exported to other space faring nations, despite being still a heavy importer. Tariffs are used in certain commodities, though they may be gradually reduced in the near future.
     
Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes
     
     
Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones - Demand for precious gems and redstone is high.
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) - Little demand due to technological evolution.
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) - Little demand due to technological evolution.
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) - Little demand due to technological evolution.
  • Exotic Matter (Other) - Other exotic forms of matter are consumed for various uses, particularly for energy consumption and for metamaterials.
     
Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals - Synthetic redstone is still a popular multi-purpose crystal used as portable batteries and ammunition.
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) - Petrochemicals are still used in the creation of certain synthetic materials.
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -
 
Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools) -
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -
   
Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals - Transport of exotic animals is restricted by certain transport and trade regulations,
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -
     
Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts - Not for purchase by private owners. A permit is required for transportation to a museum or some other institution.
  • Religious Artifacts - Not for purchase by private owners. A permit is required for transportation to a museum or some other institution.
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -
     
Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -
     
Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts - As paper is obsolete, they are referred to as star map projections.
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -
     
Services
  • Research & Development - While encouraged, R&D is restricted to some degree by law and by imperial declaration.
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting - Restricted by law and by imperial declaration.
  • Augmentation Installation - Restricted by law and by imperial declaration.
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming - Regulated by the government to curb possible destruction of natural habitats.
  • Mail Delivery - As paper is obsolete at this time, mail deliveries are done in the Metaverse.
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution - Regulated to some degree by ordinances by local government units. Prostitutes are given free monthly checkups by the government to curb STDs.
     
Labour
  • Paid Workers - Despite the prevalence of automated jobs, paid labor still has significant demand.
  • Indentured Workers - Despite the prevalence of automated jobs, indentured labor still has significant demand.
  • Slaves (Sapient) - Slavery is prohibited by the Stormwrathian Constitution.
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -
     
Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons - A permit is required to own melee weapons.
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) - A permit is required to own light arms.
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) - A permit is required to own heavy arms. Highly restricted.
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) - Restricted for military use.
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) - For military use only.
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) - Restricted for military and Aegis Ultima tournament use.
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) - Little demand due to technological evolution.
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) - Restricted for government and military use.
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -
     
Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) - Despite the use of limited teleportation, autos (that is, self-driving automobiles) are still popular.
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) - Despite the use of limited teleportation, autos (that is, self-driving automobiles) are still popular.
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) - Despite the use of limited teleportation, specialized self-driving ground craft are still in use.
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) - Military smallcraft is restricted for government and military use.
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) - Restricted for government and military use.
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) - Restricted for government and military use. Exporting is prohibited by the Stormwrathian government.
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - Restricted for government and military use. Exporting is prohibited by the Stormwrathian government.

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Stormwrath, accepted.
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Azura
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Postby Azura » Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:59 pm

Import/Export Application
The Primareliqua

Economic Policy Summary: The Primareliqua operates under a a pseudo-technocratic government, which facilitates an economic paradigm governed by 'balance'. All needs that can be met internally are kept internal, with excess stores utilized as a surplus for the state. This heavily self-reliant economic outlook has only recently begun to shift in the last century, as the Reliquai government begins to broach commercial trade with foreign civilizations and races. The creation of Portus Altus to serve as a galactic marketplace symbolizes this shift towards a more open policy to foreign trade. However, most trade is still heavily regulated by the Reliquai government.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements
  • Mineral Elements
  • Rare Earth Elements
  • Gaseous Elements
  • Metallic Compounds
  • Mineral Compounds
  • Rare Earth Compounds
  • Gaseous Compounds
  • Non-Edible Plants
  • Radioactives
  • Gems & Stones
  • Waste Materials
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles)
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter)
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium)
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium)

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys
  • High-Temperature Alloys
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials
  • Specialised Crystals
  • Polymers & Plastics
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors
  • Metamaterials
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc)
  • Fertilisers
  • Scrap Metals
  • Fusion Fuels - 1 / SEE NOTE #1
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) - 1 / SEE NOTE #1
  • Explosives - 1 / SEE NOTE #1

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components
  • Optical Computing Components
  • Molecular Computing Components
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar)
  • Household Goods
  • Construction Equipment
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators)
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators)
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots)
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Gravitic Equipment
  • Starship Hulls - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starship Drives - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starship Powerplants - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starship Weapons - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starship Defences - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Live Animals - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Water - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air)

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Rare Spices - 3 / SEE NOTE #3
  • Clothing & Fashion
  • Historical Artifacts
  • Religious Artifacts - 4 / SEE NOTE #4
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids)
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims)
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc)
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc)

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Longevity Treatments - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Medical Nanotech - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Cloning Equipment - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Augmentation Equipment - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) - 5 / SEE NOTE #5

Information
  • Research Data
  • Starcharts
  • Civil Intelligence - 6 / SEE NOTE #6
  • Military Intelligence - 6 / SEE NOTE #6
  • Journalism (News Services)
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc)

Services
  • Research & Development
  • Starship Design - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starship Construction - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Mercenary Contracting - 7 / SEE NOTE #7
  • Augmentation Installation
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc)
  • Mining Contracts
  • Terraforming - 8 / SEE NOTE #8
  • Mail Delivery
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc)
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions)
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators)
  • Tourism - 9 / SEE NOTE #9
  • Prostitution - 10 / SEE NOTE #10

Labour
  • Paid Workers - 7 / SEE NOTE #7
  • Indentured Workers - 11 / SEE NOTE #11
  • Slaves (Sapient) - 11 / SEE NOTE #11
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) - 12 / SEE NOTE #12
  • Machines (AI) - 12 / SEE NOTE #12
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) - 12 / SEE NOTE #12

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc)
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc)
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc)
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits)
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles)
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc)
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc)

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc)
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc)
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc)
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport
  • Water Craft: Military
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar)
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners)
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - 2 / SEE NOTE #2

Special Notations:
01. Exotic fuels utilized in special engine plants and weaponry are classified as an Ordo III Substance, and must meet certain safety specifications for distribution and transport within the Primareliqua.

02. Per General Resolution #S/D-150 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, the importation of space-faring vessels of a military nature and accompanying components has been authorized through selected distributors.

03. Non-native consumables and specimens are classified as an Ordo I Substance, and must meet certain safety inspections for quality control and distribution within the Primareliqua.

04. Religious artifacts not adhering to the Fidestatus belief system are outlawed per General Resolution #F/R-005 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua.

05. Medicinal drugs and supplies are classified as an Ordo II Substance, and must meet certain safety inspections for quality control, possible illicit substances and distribution within the Primareliqua.

06. Per General Resolution #S/I-053 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, all civilian and military-based intelligence is restricted to authorized agencies of the Reliquai government only.

07. Per General Resolution #I/W-001 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, all foreign nations applying for work in the Primareliqua must obtain licensure from the Primareliqua's Immigration and Temporary Labor Commission.

08. Per General Resolution #R/T-001 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, all information pertaining to the development or application of terraforming technology is to be authorized and monitored by the Reliquai government.

09. Tourism to the Primareliqua is presently restricted by the Summaratione.

10. Per General Resolution #L/P-019 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, men and women must obtain licensing to legally perform in state-sanctioned brothels.

11. Per General Resolution #HR/S-001 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, no human being, humanoid xenomorph or other intelligent, sentient species may be purchased as commodity or detained against their free will for the purpose of permanent or indentured servitude.

12. Per General Resolution #TS/SR-1253 of the Summaratione of the Primareliqua, all sentient and non-sentient androids or robotic units must be registered with the Summaratione, and must be handled according to the Charter on the Rights and Privileges Due Artificial Sentience.
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Azura, accepted.
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Imperial and Federal Union of States
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Corporate Police State

Postby Imperial and Federal Union of States » Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:37 pm

Import/Export Application
Imperial and Federal Union of States

Economic Policy Summary: The economy of the Imperial & Federal Union of States (R.u.B Union) can be summarised as neo-colonial mercantilist. The R.u.B Union can be divided into fairly clear metropole and periphery regions. The metropole of the R.u.B Union is often defined as the Crownworlds combined with the Enlisian Mark and the Nakabe Prefecture, although some Imperial economists define the metropole as the entire area linked together by the Ostwall Loop trade lane, along with Nakabe. This region focuses heavily on capital and consumer manufacturing, financial services, electronics, and other forms of information technology. The periphery makes up the majority of the rest of the R.u.B Union, including the majority of the Palatinate, Reichswald, the Farlights, Valtelline, and the other worlds of the Lusatian Veil. The peripheral regions are much more heavily focused on extraction of resources mineral and agricultural, along with the processing of those resources for shipment to the metropole. The peripheral worlds can vary dramatically, with some developing fairly diversified economies, while others are little more than glorified mining colonies. Most R.u.B merchant traffic is dedicated to trade between the metropole and peripheral regions, exchanging resources from the periphery for finished and luxury goods in the metropole.

The R.u.B Union operates with a relatively decentralised role of the central government in terms of both monetary and fiscal policy. Direct taxes are only levelled on Imperial Crownlands, which--along with taxes and tolls at various merchant ports--provide the primary sources of fiscal policy that the R.u.B government can rely on directly. Imperial member states and noble estates have much deeper power over their own local economies, but the amount any individual noble or member state government holds can vary wildly. While the R.u.B government can try to incentivise member states and nobles to pursue certain fiscal goals, these tools lack finesse, and are often hard bought in terms of concessions and legal skirmishes. R.u.B monetary policy, on the other hand, is complete chaos. A common privilege granted to member states is the right to mint one’s own currency, and what such rights have bought in loyalty, they have cost in the lack of the R.u.B Bank to fully regulate the flow of the economy.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)-
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare)
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) - R.u.B production and exports of such materials are high, but demand is also very high, creating a market for foreign materials.
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -R.u.B production and exports of such materials are high, but demand is also very high, creating a market for foreign materials.
  • Historical Artifacts -
  • Religious Artifacts -
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) - R.u.B production and exports of such materials are high, but demand is also very high, creating a market for foreign materials.
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -R.u.B production and exports of such materials are high, but demand is also very high, creating a market for foreign services.
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism-
  • Prostitution -

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
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Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Thu Apr 16, 2015 7:30 pm

Lubyak, accepted.
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Perditan
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Posts: 24
Founded: May 30, 2015
Ex-Nation

Postby Perditan » Fri Jun 05, 2015 5:08 pm

Import/Export Application
The Community of Perditan

Economic Policy Summary: The Community of Perditan is generally an isolationist state, but limited interest in cultural or consumer goods makes some trade possible. Generally, the Community maintains a strict resource-balance as a result of economic planning; thus natural and artificial resources necessary for most areas of life are well-balanced in terms of local production and use.

Some items may be prone to change.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) - Limited market for supplying new classes of the Primary Space Fleet; contact required
  • Exotic Matter(Antimatter) - Transport and trade in antimatter is governed by safety regulations maintained by the Perditan Academy of Science.
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys - New alloys may be of potential use to Perditanian industry
  • High-Temperature Alloys - New alloys may be of potential use to Perditanian industry
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives - Restricted by weapons law

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) - No current infrastructure exists to support this technology
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls - Limited opportunities for trade may exist with the Primary Space Fleet, contact required for trade
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • [color= #FF8000]Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare)[/color] - Subject to safety and ecological preservation regulations
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) - Subject to safety and ecological preservation regulations
  • Rare Spices - Subject to safety and ecological preservation regulations
  • Clothing & Fashion - Subject to production regulations
  • Historical Artifacts - Commercial trade of artifacts not relating to Perditanian history and culture is banned; non-commercial uses legal
  • Religious Artifacts - Commercial trade of artifacts not relating to Perditanian history and culture is banned; non-commercial uses legal
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids)-
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics - Trade banned; some domestic narcotics may be legal for recreational use
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) - Blood donations are mandatory in Perditan; no trade sanctioned
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) - Genetic technology subject to numerous regulations; trade unlikely
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data - Limitations apply based on current levels of technology
  • Starcharts-
  • Civil Intelligence-
  • Military Intelligence-
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc)-

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution - Illegal

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) - Illegal
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons - Trade not accepted
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) - Automobiles illegal; other supply possible
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) - Starship trade restricted
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
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Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Wed Jun 10, 2015 8:26 am

Perditan, added to the index.
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The Solar Cooperative Union
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Posts: 340
Founded: Jul 24, 2015
Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby The Solar Cooperative Union » Fri Jul 31, 2015 1:16 pm

Import/Export Application
The Solar Cooperative Union

Economic Policy Summary: Corporations are the economic and political backbone of the SCU, with most worlds belonging to mega-conglomerates with millions of employees and trillions of Hexacredits in annual revenue. The regulations on trade are set by the representatives of the larger companies who meet on Tauris for the annual Consortium, where they set industry standards and quotas for the next solar year. Thanks to the SCU's strong middle class the markets enjoy a massive consumer base. This means that most revenue comes from within the borders of the SCU, with exports taking a secondary role to domestic sales.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts -
  • Religious Artifacts -
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution -

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient)-

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
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Dreadful Sagittarius
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Posts: 1036
Founded: Jan 31, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Tue Aug 04, 2015 3:38 pm

Solar Cooperative Union, accepted.
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Varagoth
Secretary
 
Posts: 31
Founded: May 23, 2015
Ex-Nation

Postby Varagoth » Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:18 am

Import/Export Application
Holy Immortal Star Dominion of Varagoth

Economic Policy Summary: Economic policy in the Holy Immortal Star Dominion consists of majority self sufficient production capability with competent advanced technology to make 'work' completely automated by robotics. Imports and exports are determined by the Concilium de in res publica or the Council of the state which handle trade a the needs and wants of Imperial factories and citizenry.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts -
  • Religious Artifacts -
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution -

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
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Alexzonya
Envoy
 
Posts: 212
Founded: Aug 05, 2012
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Alexzonya » Sun Aug 16, 2015 12:09 pm

Import/Export Application
Galactic Republic of Alexzonya

Economic Policy Summary:
The Galactic Republic of Alexzonya (GRA) maintains a free-market trade policy that emphasizes reciprocity. Nations that do not discriminate against Alexzonyian exports will not be targeted for special import restrictions. Conversely, nations that erect barriers to Alexzonyian trade will face reciprocal restrictions on imports into the GRA.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) - Used by GRA military ships for generator power. Domestic economy has excess production capabilities.
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) - Used by GRA military for certain classes of mass drivers and bombardment weapons. Limited availability due to production shortfalls.
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls - Merchant and civilian grade ships available for unrestricted export. Military-grade hulls require government authorization.
  • Starship Drives - Merchant and civilian grade ships available for unrestricted export. Military-grade hulls require government authorization.
  • Starship Powerplants - Merchant and civilian grade ships available for unrestricted export. Military-grade hulls require government authorization.
  • Starship Weapons - Military ship components require government preauthorization for export. Civilian ownership restricted for import.
  • Starship Defences - Military ship components require government preauthorization for export. Civilian ownership restricted for import.
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) - Military ship components require government preauthorization for export. Civilian ownership restricted for import.

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts - Export restrictions apply. Imports must be inspected for genuineness and legality.
  • Religious Artifacts - Export restrictions apply. Imports must be inspected for genuineness and legality.
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics - Narcotics have license-based legality. Imports prohibited.
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment - Clone technology restricted.
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -Department of Military Intelligence responsible for all GRA Intelligence Gathering. Import-only, in theory. Export of military intelligence highly illegal - called espionage.
  • Military Intelligence - Department of Military Intelligence responsible for all GRA Intelligence Gathering. Import-only, in theory. Export of military intelligence highly illegal - called espionage.
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction - Excess local starship production capacity.
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts - Mining carried out on non-habitable planets only. Light restrictions there, but lack of local capacity due to high barriers to entry.
  • Terraforming - Terraforming expertise available for export.
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism - Thriving indigenous tourist industry.
  • Prostitution - Prostitution legal under strict regulation. Importation of individuals for this purpose strictly prohibited under human trafficking statues.

Labour
  • Paid Workers - Relatively open immigration policies.
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) - True AI highly restricted. VI used instead in most applications.
  • [color=#00000]Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -[/color]

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons - Limited demand among collectors not met by local supplies.
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) - Military use only.
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) - Military use only.
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) - Military use only.
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) - Military use only.
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) - Military use only.
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) - Military use only.
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) - Military use only.
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) - Military use only.

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military - Military use only.
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) - Export subject to government approval.
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) - Export subject to government approval.
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) - Export subject to government approval.

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Valsenar
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Postby Valsenar » Sun Aug 30, 2015 2:20 pm

Import/Export Application
The Merchant-Republic of Valsenar.

Economic Policy Summary: As a Merchant-Republic, Valsenar operates on a model of lasseiz-faire capitalism taken to the greatest extreme. Everything and anything is for sale, in theory, from an hour's work to a full-body genetic modification. In the interest of maintaining the independence of their relatively small, weak nation, the ruling Board of Executives ensures that military industries, as well as productions which are illegal throughout most of the galaxy, are made non-profitable in the public market. Valsenar's major import is decommissioned and salvaged spacecraft, which are broken up into constituent parts and base materials, which are then either reused or recycled. Major exports are diverse, but can be broadly defined as anything which can be mass-produced from metals or plastics at orbital fabricators, from tableware to freighters.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements - Valsenar engages in system-wide resource extraction, both of planetoids and asteroids, but puts the vast majority of these into value-added and manufacturing industries.
  • Mineral Elements - ^
  • Rare Earth Elements - ^
  • Gaseous Elements - ^
  • Metallic Compounds - ^
  • Mineral Compounds - ^
  • Rare Earth Compounds - ^
  • Gaseous Compounds - ^
  • Non-Edible Plants - ^
  • Radioactives - ^
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals - In whatever form and based on whatever material; Valsenar's reclamation firms engage in both purchase and paid extraction of scrap from other star-states.
  • Fusion Fuels - Valsenar relies on neutronium annihilation for power (see above).
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts -
  • Religious Artifacts -
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution -

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
Last edited by Valsenar on Sun Aug 30, 2015 3:27 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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Postby Fashie » Mon Aug 31, 2015 3:54 pm

Import/Export Application
<Fashie>

Economic Policy Summary: As a newly found, and highly populated country of hight tech foreigners, Fashie is found with tones and tones of pretty much every basic resource known to the market. The government really focuses on the Economy, and helps small businesses. It encourages small business, and has a very low tax rate. However, almost all businesses are non-profit organizations, and give excess money to the government, so all fields of need are covered. The Fashie Dollar Unit(FDU) is worth 0.103 USD's, leaving many people getting exports very happy. Note, stable-or green means lots of import and export, not minimal.

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements - Many rare earth elements are found here, but a the population came here after they used up all there needed elements before. They know better this time.
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives - We have plent
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -Used alot, but not quite into the consumption range. Close, but not quite

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -Somewhat restrictive, especially on importing.
  • Metamaterials -We aren't in great deficit, but we sure are not exporting.
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools) -
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals - After receiving multiple starships of Trebles(see star trek "Trouble With Trebles" Live animal transportation was banned. Council trying make it restricted.
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices - Minimal import/export
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts - However, local museums will import a lot.
  • Religious Artifacts - However, local churches pay alot for imported goods.
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

[u]Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution -

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • [/strike]Slaves (Sapient) -[/strike
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • [color=#000000]Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
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Dreadful Sagittarius
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Postby Dreadful Sagittarius » Wed Sep 02, 2015 5:24 am

Valsenar, Fashie, both accepted.
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Unibearia
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Postby Unibearia » Sat Sep 26, 2015 7:04 pm

Import/Export Application
Bearian Union

Economic Policy Summary: The Bearian Union is a corporatist economy where the government has heavy influence on the economy. Focused on economic growth, expansion and the enlargement of the military; The Bearian Union has put up high emphasis on supporting itself by protecting emerging industries. Trade is not uncommon, though. Certain technologies which the Union cannot fabricate must be imported and there is always a demand for more exotic commodities. Tariffs are not uncommon however they are usually at a reasonable level .

Colour-codes indicate the levels of import (demand)/export (supply) for a product; such should indicate the demand for importation and the ability to export:
Ignored - This indicates this nation has no interest in import or export of this item.
Surplus - This indicates very high levels of local supply, creating very little local demand. This item is regularly exported.
Stable - This indicates that local supplies are just sufficient for local demand. Imports or exports are minimal, and based on situation.
Consumption - This indicates this item is highly desired. Imports of this item are common, regardless of local supplies.
Deficit - This indicates that local supply is vastly insufficient to meet local demands, creating an urgent need for imports.
Underlined items indicate a product or service which is heavily restricted, requires licensing, or a permit for local use, possession, execution, etc.
Struck items indicate a product or service is banned from imports/exports, and may be illegal in this nation. Illegal or banned items may still have a local demand, but smugglers may face penalties if caught.

Key: Item (color coded) - Notes


Raw Materials
  • Metallic Elements -
  • Mineral Elements -
  • Rare Earth Elements -
  • Gaseous Elements -
  • Metallic Compounds -
  • Mineral Compounds -
  • Rare Earth Compounds -
  • Gaseous Compounds -
  • Non-Edible Plants -
  • Radioactives -
  • Gems & Stones -
  • Waste Materials -
  • Exotic Matter (Monopoles) -
  • Exotic Matter (Antimatter) -
  • Exotic Matter (Neutronium) -
  • Exotic Matter (Dilithium) -

Processed Materials
  • Industrial Alloys -
  • High-Temperature Alloys -
  • Electromagnetic & Magnetic Materials -
  • Specialised Crystals -
  • Polymers & Plastics -
  • Plant-based Fibres & Materials -
  • Semiconductors & Superconductors -
  • Metamaterials -
  • Petrochemicals (Coal, Oil, etc) -
  • Fertilisers -
  • Scrap Metals -
  • Fusion Fuels -
  • High-Energy Plasma (Stored) -
  • Explosives -

Manufactured Goods
  • Electronic Computing Components -
  • Optical Computing Components -
  • Molecular Computing Components -
  • Consumer Devices (Computers, PDAs & Similar) -
  • Household Goods -
  • Construction Equipment -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Replicators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Nanofabricators) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Industrial Robots) -
  • Fabrication Equipment (Hand Tools)
  • Mining Equipment -
  • Agricultural Equipment -
  • Gravitic Equipment -
  • Starship Hulls -
  • Starship Drives -
  • Starship Powerplants -
  • Starship Weapons -
  • Starship Defences -
  • Misc Starship Components (Hull Plates, Spare Parts, etc) -

Consumables
  • Meat-based Foodstuffs -
  • Plant-based Foodstuffs -
  • Live Animals -
  • Water -
  • Atmosphere Mixtures (Breathable Air) -

Novelties & Luxuries
  • Intoxicants (Booze & Similar) -
  • Luxury Food & Drink (Expensive but not rare) -
  • Exotic Food & Drink (Rare) -
  • Rare Spices -
  • Clothing & Fashion -
  • Historical Artifacts -
  • Religious Artifacts -
  • Non-Interactive Entertainment (Movies, Tri-Vids, Holo-vids) -
  • Interactive Entertainment (Video Games, Hologames, VR Sims) -
  • Creative Art (Sculpture, Paintings, Etc) -
  • Recorded Performance Art (Music, Plays, Etc) -

Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Narcotics -
  • Basic Medicines (Antibiotics, Antivirals, etc) -
  • Medical Supplies (Bandages, Splints, etc) -
  • Blood & Plasma (Synthetic & Real) -
  • Longevity Treatments -
  • Medical Nanotech -
  • Medical Equipment (Scanners, Surgical Gear, etc) -
  • Cloning Equipment -
  • Medical Cloning (Whole Clones) -
  • Medical Cloning (Tissues/Organs) -
  • Augmentation Equipment -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Cyberware & Bionics) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Genetics & Biotech) -
  • Implants & Augmentations (Nanomods) -

Information
  • Research Data -
  • Starcharts -
  • Civil Intelligence -
  • Military Intelligence -
  • Journalism (News Services) -
  • Information Services (Trade Periodicals, Scientific Journals, etc) -

Services
  • Research & Development -
  • Starship Design -
  • Starship Construction -
  • Mercenary Contracting -
  • Augmentation Installation -
  • Financial Services (Banking, Loans, etc) -
  • Mining Contracts -
  • Terraforming -
  • Mail Delivery -
  • Live Performance Art (Orchestral Music, Live Shows, Etc) -
  • Academic Education (Attendance at foreign learning institutions) -
  • Academic Education (Hiring of skilled non-indigenous educators) -
  • Tourism -
  • Prostitution -

Labour
  • Paid Workers -
  • Indentured Workers -
  • Slaves (Sapient) -
  • Machines (Droids & Robots) -
  • Machines (AI) -
  • Clones & Bioroids (Non-Sapient) -

Military Goods
  • Melee Weapons -
  • Light Arms (Handguns, Rifles, etc) -
  • Heavy Arms (Machineguns, RPGs, etc) -
  • Artillery (Heavy Cannons, Mortars, etc) -
  • Body Armour (Basic Body Armour & Non-Powered Suits) -
  • Powered Armour (Individual-scale Armour) -
  • Mecha (Large humaniform piloted vehicles) -
  • Armoured Vehicles (Tanks, APCs, etc) -
  • Munitions (Ammo, Fuel, Explosives, etc) -

Vehicles (Manufactured & Assembled)
  • Ground Craft: Consumer (Cars, Bikes, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Industrial (Tractors, Cargo Trucks, etc) -
  • Ground Craft: Specialised (Trains, Emergency Vehicles, etc) -
  • Water Craft: Consumer & Pleasure -
  • Water Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Water Craft: Military -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Personal (Small Planes & Similar) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Passenger (Airliners) -
  • Atmospheric-Capable Craft: Cargo Transport -
  • Starships: Smallcraft (Fighters, Shuttles, etc) -
  • Starships: Light Transports (Passenger, Small Cargo, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Transports (Bulk Freighters & Similar) -
  • Starships: Light Warships (Corvettes, Frigates, etc) -
  • Starships: Medium Warships (Destroyers, Cruisers, etc) -
  • Starships: Heavy Warships (Battleships, Carriers, etc) -
Last edited by Unibearia on Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:28 am, edited 1 time in total.
The Bearian Union
"United We Stand"
Population: ~25 Billion
Size: 3 Planetary Systems


UNABORRYA IZ BEST NATION!!!! BROLARRHHH!!!!
Economic Left/Right: -0.25
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 2.15
Personality type: INTP-T

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