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Post by MiguelLeal on 9th December 2010, 19:57

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Post by Thomas on 9th December 2010, 20:56

When you say investiments, do you mean Investments, or investigations? :scratch:

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Post by Spy9600 on 9th December 2010, 22:48

Investments have an "i' on Portuguese...
investiments = investimentos = investments

...Well...I suppose...as I speak Portuguese...
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Post by MiguelLeal on 10th December 2010, 14:22

Investments yes... I was wrong.
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Post by MiguelLeal on 7th January 2011, 15:39

This topic is about small paragraph news of the government.
The news are coming...
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Post by MiguelLeal on 10th January 2011, 09:38

10 January 2011 | 2011 Budget Announced

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The ministers council will come today to public to announce the date of the publication of 2011 State Budget, the economists say that this will be a budget where the expenses are going to increase but the income will increase, too. This is a budget that will benefits exportations and investiments. Expectated date of presentation is next Friday.
Thank you!
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Post by Thomas on 10th January 2011, 17:47

Fairview is in South-West Europe right? Surrounded by Portugal (failed economy) and Spain (failing economy). How on earth can Fairview be growing and expanding, especially with exports?

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Post by Aleks on 10th January 2011, 18:53

just because your neighbors economies arent the best doesnt mean yours cant. just look at singapore
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Post by MiguelLeal on 10th January 2011, 21:01

And Thomas, you are surrounded by greece ( ultra failed) and Italy ( 10% probably after Spain bailout).

Again, Fairview is not Portugal neither Spain, Fairview is a nations governed by responsible people with a nice vision of the world.
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Post by Forsma on 11th January 2011, 17:50

LOL. but I would like to know how does it work? Wink
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Post by Neil on 11th January 2011, 19:10

Socialism
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Post by Aleks on 11th January 2011, 20:46

rigged economy
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Post by Kevin on 17th January 2011, 13:58

Lower labour cost? Not possible
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Post by MiguelLeal on 17th January 2011, 14:15

No, in fact we have lots of exportation politics and facilities, plus, most of population works in the private sector of the economy. Our expenses will increase more 1,57% than the income.
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Post by Kevin on 17th January 2011, 14:24

Wait - that just contradicts your economy's performance. For most part the large corpoations in Europe have been failing since 2008. Surely there are large conglomerates in Fairview that are too large to fail and simply require government bailout. It's either that or majority of the population is unemployed, since most people in Fairview work in the private sector. Remember too, that few countries in Europe are industrial anymore (save for Germany), and that most small European nations like Fairview, Switzerland and Protugal depend on services to contribute to the economy
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Post by Thomas on 17th January 2011, 18:05

I completely agree with Kevin's post, a majority of European economies are reliant on the tertiary sector, the likes of fiscal services and tourism, and only Germany has a strong industrial market so far.
Over the past three years the services sector has shrunk sharply and the only European nation not to enter recession or have 0% growth was Poland.

So to basically say that Fairview has completely bucked the trend of the entire continent is incredibly unrealistic.

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Post by MiguelLeal on 17th January 2011, 18:10

Kevin wrote: small European nations like Fairview, Switzerland and Protugal depend on services to contribute to the economy

Commercial Services, but remember Fairview is not in the European Union, our currency is not EURO and we are developing like Cattala or Norway. I would like to know about Cattala's economy?
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Post by Thomas on 17th January 2011, 18:14

Jennai is high-technology based and has a large financial services sector, which suffered deeply during the financial crisis. (See La Giornale) Unemployment and Government debt rose to 12% during 2008, but a series of tax reforms and major public investments have stabilised the economy and unemployment has now fallen.
Eastern Cattala is agriculture-based and Calora has a small financial services sector and localised industry. Jennai was hit the most by the economic downturn. Cattala had 0% growth during 2008 and grew by 1% in 2009.

Norway has a strong economy due to major oil and gas reserves in the North Sea.

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Post by MiguelLeal on 17th January 2011, 19:05

But remember Thomas we don't have EURO, that is the difference.
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Post by Thomas on 17th January 2011, 19:40

Cattala uses the Sterlina - Norway uses the krone.

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Post by MiguelLeal on 18th January 2011, 09:54

So, we have in this moment a more stabilised economy that the EURO countries.
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Post by Kevin on 18th January 2011, 14:19

Where do most of Fairview's exports go? Who is Fairview's biggest services customer?
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Post by Thomas on 18th January 2011, 18:34

That makes absolutely no economic or realistic sense, Miguel. Fairview is a small Mediterranean nation that is bordered by, and presumably shares a majority of its trade with, two failing states with massive economic problems that are spreading across much of the EU - which by logic would be Fairview's biggest trading partner, regardless of currency or membership.

I'd also like to know your answer to Kevin's question. If it isn't the EU, or your domestic market (which is tiny), then who are you realistically trading with?

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Post by MiguelLeal on 23rd January 2011, 08:58

23 January 2010 | Bilateral tension between Atlantic Fderation and Cattala

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Fairview Diplomacy Office totally condemns this situation between our two biggest allies. We and all AIN would like to see a stop in conflict to avoid a financial crisis and because we are an union. Altough Fairview will stay neutral in this conflict and will do an evaluation of the situation. Atlantic Federation is our biggest and oldest allie but Cattala is a nation that had the same past as us and is a country that is very related to Fairview. We hope to ear an officialy end of this conflict. Thank you
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Post by Thomas on 23rd January 2011, 09:50

Miguel, the conflict ended like, a week ago. Cheeky/Razz

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