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Post by Thomas on 6th October 2011, 19:10



The Monetary Statistics Bureau is the new mathematical centre of the Ministry for Innovation, Trade and Investment. The latest union-wide growth reports, inflation figures, tax leagues and other standings within the economic community of the Alliance of Independent Nations will be broadcast across the world through the MSB.

The Monetary Statistics Bureau was commissioned by the Ministry for Innovation, Trade and Investment, in association with the Alliance of Independent Nations Statistics Institute.

Contents

GDP Rankings and Per Capita data: Page 1
GDP Graphs and tables: Page 4
GDP Growth 2009-2013: Page 5


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Post by Thomas on 12th October 2011, 19:27

Gross Domestic Product League Table, Q3 2011
(Millions of US$)
1. 4,631,000: Shushtrepistaz
2. 4,522,000: Hiigaran Confederacy
3. 4,498,654: Atlantic Federation
4. 3,558,253: Republic of Okatabawashi
5. 2,900,000: United Republic of Llithustania
6. 2,305,254: Socialist Republic of Galbadia
7. 2,175,000: Federal Kingdom of Lower Columbia
8. 1,295,487: Federal Republic of Syldavia
9. 1,059,877: United Republic of Lorenta
10. 1,005,000: Commonwealth of Venray
11. 715,005: Federation of Provence and Piedmont
12. 649,407: Federal Republic of Corraile
13. 545,080: Commonwealth of Meridiana
14. 448,360: Onubis Federation
15. 370,651: Crowned Republic of Calaré
16. 325.211: República de Martazuela
17. 284,398: United Republic of Illu'a
18. 235,844: Republic of Karasem
19. 128,250: Socialist Republic Of Kamchatka
20. 125,085: United Kingdom of Cattala
21. 103,569: Republic of Fairview
22. 99,000: Republic of Arcacia
23. 30,900: Duchy of Giant Bay
24. 24,276: Federated Islands of Antarida
25. 19,110: Lycanth Republic
26. 16,697: Republican Federation of Killorglin
27. 8,100: The Representative Democracy of Exaletas

Gross Domestic Product per Capita League Table, Q3 2011
(US$)
1. 55,000: Arcacia
2. 51,612: Llithustania
3. 49,000: Lycanthia
4. 48,425: Illu'a
5: 47,000: Meridiana
6. 44,627: Antarida
7. 43,578: Lower Columbia
8. 40,823: Corraile
9. 40,723: Provence and Piedmont
10. 39,482: Calaré
11. 39,155: Venray
12. 38,710: Atlantic Federation
13.38,541: Lorenta
14. 38,260: Okatabawashi
15. 38,230: Shushtrepistaz
16. 36,387: Hiigara
17. 35,823: Galbadia
18. 33,560: Syldavia
19. 31,212: Giant Bay
20. 30,316: Onubis Federation
21. 29,468: Cattala
22. 28,500: Kamchatka
23. 27,700: Exeletas
24. 23,223: Fairview
25. 20,344: Killorglin
26. 7,500: Martazuela
27. 3,422: Karasem

Please post your Gross Domestic Product and GDP per Capita correct as of June 2011 (Q3 in calendar-based fiscal years) below. GDP is the measure by which we judge the standard of living and economic growth of countries, and is therefore important information to gather.
This is not national budgets. This is GDP and is essential knowledge for the AIN Ministry of Innovation, Trade and Investment when establishing future union budgets and economic aid programmes.


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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by Blakeway4 on 12th October 2011, 21:53

1,295,487,247,880 $US
33,560 $US per capita
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Post by emgmod on 13th October 2011, 05:32

GDP: 284,398 million USD
GDPpc: 48,425 USD
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Post by Kevin on 13th October 2011, 06:30

GDP: $649,407,426,063
GDP per capita: $40,823

All figures accurate to 2010, and are in USD
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by ForthWall on 13th October 2011, 15:06

GDP : 4.631 Trillion
GDP Per Capita : 38,230
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by Thomas on 13th October 2011, 18:38

Thank you all. Please try and post your GDP in millions of US dollars, like Daniel Dabu has done. Smile


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Post by Gregor on 13th October 2011, 18:50

GDP: $3,558,253,000,000
GDP($ - Per Capita): 38 260 US$

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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by Edge on 13th October 2011, 18:56

GDP: 8.1 billion (8,100,000,000) USD
GDPpc: 27,700 USD


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Post by will on 13th October 2011, 19:30

545.08 Billion MED
47,000 MED (same as USD)
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Post by Spy9600 on 13th October 2011, 19:58

GDP: 4,4 Trillion USD
4,498,654,000,000
GDPpc: 38,710 USD
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by SmartbyLaw on 13th October 2011, 21:51

MESSAGE REMOVED


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Post by Gen. Leandro Lima on 14th October 2011, 02:02

GDP: 2.3 Trillion USD
2,305,254,000,000

GDPpc: 35,823 USD
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by Thomas on 14th October 2011, 16:50

SmartbyLaw wrote:GDP: 1,366.230 million USD
$1,366,230,000,000
GDP per Capita: 45,541 USD

What's your population again? The GDP seems quite high. Can I remind everyone that your population multiplied by GDP per capita should be equal to your GDP. Smile

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Post by Edge on 14th October 2011, 22:21

Thomas wrote:
SmartbyLaw wrote:GDP: 1,366.230 million USD
$1,366,230,000,000
GDP per Capita: 45,541 USD

What's your population again? The GDP seems quite high. Can I remind everyone that your population multiplied by GDP per capita should be equal to your GDP. Smile


Ohh, okay. That being said, I updated my GDP HERE. Cheeky/Razz
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 14th October 2011, 22:41

MESSAGE REMOVED


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Post by Thomas on 15th October 2011, 05:35

If you're based right next to Nova Scotia that doesn't seem right to me. But I'm sure the new AINSI Commissioner and his team, who will be checking statistics, can help you to make it more realistic. Smile

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Post by ForthWall on 15th October 2011, 16:28

I believe it is realistic, after seeing its stock indicies
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Post by Thomas on 15th October 2011, 17:15

You aren't part of the AINSI auditing team though.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 15th October 2011, 17:19

30 millions? one word: unrealistic. Why? Location. Size. Type of nation.

Location: Look at the surroundings. NS is like 1.5 millions. Maine is like 750k.
Size: your island isn't small but if it was 30 millions, there won't be any forests. Mostly cities and few lands.
Type of nation: It is not European like UK so you can't compare it to UK. It is North America with suburbs and waste of space. 16 millions is the limit as I said before.

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Post by Spy9600 on 15th October 2011, 17:56

Wow Julien, you right :scratch: :study: :!:
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Post by Thomas on 15th October 2011, 18:08

Of course Julien, you may. 🙇

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Post by SmartbyLaw on 15th October 2011, 18:10

Im sorry but 30 million, if history allows it could be correct. Unlike Canada my country in habitable. Most of Canada, isn't. Now I'm rethinking all of this and I would like your input only if you actually want to give it. I'm trying to make it more realistic with some help (with history) and I don't even know yet if 30 million will be it. Thats what I did my GDP on for now. I will possibly change. After for 16 million, I don't agree. With the acceptance of Ceanda (almost 10 million) then the population would rise to 27 million, which in my opinion could be realistic. If you have an opinions or suggestions please tell me.


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Post by Spy9600 on 15th October 2011, 18:15

That would be realistic, but would limit your CJ for the local style... (27 Million). You would not be able use the local style and would have to set up all from scratch... But still possible...
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Post by Thomas on 15th October 2011, 18:50

These GDP figures are now COMPULSORY. If you do not submit it, you may not receive any funding from AIN ministries and be excluded from future roleplaying events that involve AIN funding, or worse.

Therefore you MUST submit your GDP figures or you will face multiple penalties. The following nations need to submit their GDP figures:

> Ascadylea
> Bangorai'
> Linktoria
> Tirnreich
> Westfield


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