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Post by Blakeway4 on 19th October 2011, 22:13

Awesome charts Thomas! pretty well done Smile
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by kakado_to_save on 26th October 2011, 14:36

1,282,562,259,105,290 GDP$
28,500 per capita
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 26th October 2011, 16:33

kaka... um for your nation over a couple of trillion is kinda high.... let alone over 999 trillion.
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Post by emgmod on 26th October 2011, 16:42

GDP per capita multiplied by population is the easy way to calculate GDP.

Using the 4.34 million statistic from your city journal, I got $123,690,000,000 as the GDP.
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Post by Thomas on 26th October 2011, 19:00

We worked it out on Skype and got the figure posted on the second post of this thread. Smile

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Post by Edge on 26th October 2011, 23:12

Fantastic job, looks great. Smile
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Post by Thomas on 27th October 2011, 20:42



The following ministers need to fill in the following form:

- Daniel Dabu and Neil Moore: President and Vice Presidential Offices
- Daniel Raffaele: Ministry for Justice and Constitutional Affairs (Including Alliance Security Council)
- Spy9600: Ministry for Foreign Affairs
- Julien: Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure


Try and be as realistic as possible with your figures and remember the costs of travel etc that each fiscal area has. Administration is separated though into a separate fiscal area. If your figures are very large or too small, I will PM you or talk to you on Skype about adjusting them.

Name:
Financial Area (see above):
Funding Request for 2011-12:
Any further points:


Thank you very much for your cooperation during the establishment of this formal budget.

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Post by Luug on 2nd November 2011, 18:00

Ok I didn't read the full threat, but I was wondering are all the GDP adjusted with Purchasing Power Parity or are they just nominal?

Anyways, here's OFS statistics since Q3 2011:
PPP Adjusted: 90,366 million USD
Nominal: 62,499 million USD

Per Capita:
PPP Adjusted: 31,794 USD
Nominal: 21,989 USD
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 2nd November 2011, 20:29

Wow, numbers Cheeky/Razz Its fun trying to figure out the numbers.
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Post by chienx on 2nd November 2011, 21:17

11th - oh so close. Wink
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Post by Thomas on 3rd November 2011, 19:51

This is nominal. And I will add OFS' figures tonight and update the charts tomorrow.

Excel is very useful with all these calculations. I've managed to make the formula's entirely automatic so when I change something everything is update.

I'm watching you, Alexander. Wink

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Post by Forsma on 4th November 2011, 10:46

I always though Karasem is the lowest GDP percapita. Cheeky/Razz but for the total GDP isn't so worse Wink
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Post by Thomas on 15th November 2011, 18:55



The following ministers need to fill in the form:

- Spy9600: Ministry for Foreign Affairs


Try and be as realistic as possible with your figures and remember the costs of travel etc that each fiscal area has. Administration is separated though into a separate fiscal area. If your figures are very large or too small, I will PM you or talk to you on Skype about adjusting them. This is the final request otherwise you will be allocated whatever's left over from the union budget.

Name:
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Funding Request for 2011-12:
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Post by Thomas on 16th December 2011, 18:56



Growth figures

As part of a collection of growth and GDP forecasts, I need you to fill out the following list to gather data for the Ministry and the Monetary Statistics Bureau archives. Thank you for your cooperation in the improvement in realism and financial monitoring and accounting in the AIN.

Nation Name:
GDP: (see this thread if you forgot)
GDP growth 2008:
GDP growth 2009:
GDP growth 2010:
GDP growth 2011 (Q1-3):
Expected GDP growth 2011:
Expected GDP growth 2012:
Expected GDP growth 2013:

Reasons for GDP growth: (optional)
Main growth areas of economy over next 10 years: (optional)

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Post by Thomas on 16th December 2011, 19:29

Nation Name: Cattala
GDP: $125,085 million
GDP growth 2008: 1.9%
GDP growth 2009: -5.1%
GDP growth 2010: 1.2%
GDP growth 2011 (Q1-3): 2.5%
Expected GDP growth 2011: 2.9%
Expected GDP growth 2012: 2.4%
Expected GDP growth 2013: 2.7%

Reasons for GDP growth: The continued recovery of the Cattalian economy, from five quarters of negative growth between Q4 of 2008 and Q1 of 2010, is consisting mostly of manufacturing and production growth due to tax reforms and government investment in major infrastructure projects. Cattalian financial services have been subdued domestically by the crisis in the Eurozone, although increased trading in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have benefited the general services sector and quaternary industries such as IT. Primary industries, including farming, fishing and quarrying, have led the recovery of Cattala's economy thanks to a strong harvest in 2011.

Main growth areas of economy over next 10 years: Expected GDP growth between 2012 and 2013 is based on Bank of Cattala estimates, due to the necessary redevelopment in MENA countries affected by war and expansion into the Next Eleven markets, due to falling trade with the EEA and North America. Manufacturing and high-value goods are expected to be the main growth of Cattala over the next 10 years, with financial services leaving the European Union due to better taxation and access to MENA economies in Cattala. Trade with the AIN, BASIC and N11 blocs is likely to make up most of the rise in economic production and gross domestic product over the next decade.

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Post by MiguelLeal on 16th December 2011, 19:44

Nation Name: Fairview
GDP: 103,569
GDP growth 2008:-0.6%
GDP growth 2009:-1.1%
GDP growth 2010:-0.3%
GDP growth 2011 (Q1-3):0.2%
Expected GDP growth 2011:0.2%
Expected GDP growth 2012:0.4%
Expected GDP growth 2013:0.8%

Reasons for GDP growth: The decade crisis as it is called in Fairview have not yet finished but we inverted the tendency this year. 2011 was a very difficult year but the recuperation of the economy program that the government announced in 2009 and that stills continues for more four years, allowed Fairview not to follow the others euro economies and permit a positive growth of GDP, although it stills a very low growth. The financial analists say that the recovery was very good but the risk of crisis infection is permanent.

Main growth areas of economy over next 10 years: Since Fairview economy entered in a deep crisis from 1999 to 2009 in that decade we had no growth. The last two years (2010 and 2011) we have expanded our economic policies and commercial trades to South American and African nations, like Angola and Brazil, providing us new contacts and new places where to invest.
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by JacobS. on 16th December 2011, 20:54

Not nitpicking or anything but these per capita figures are really high. $30,000 and up are the "upper crust" of the world. Most AIN countries would be realistically between $18,000 and $25,000; ones in potentially less developed areas such as Syldavia, Kamchatka and Hiigara would probably be even further down into the $9,000-$18,000 region. Island nations are usually pretty poor as well, but that's because they're much less developed than the island nations often portrayed by city journals.

Also alot of times, especially in Europe and Asia, the per capita is lower because the cost of living and the cost of goods is lower as well.

Just food for thought, in no way am I saying everyone has to drop their numbers down because we're not simulating real life here although we're making an effort to. Figured I'd contribute that to help the realism value in the union for those who potentially don't know these statistics.
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by ForthWall on 16th December 2011, 21:12

GDP: 4,631,000 millions
GDP growth 2008: -0.22%
GDP growth 2009: +0.01%
GDP growth 2010: +0.09%
GDP growth 2011 (Q1-3): +0.11%
Expected GDP growth 2011: +0.11%
Expected GDP growth 2012: +0.14%
Expected GDP growth 2013: +0.12%

Reasons for GDP growth: Growth of Tertiary and Secondary Jobs and a stabilization of primary industries.
Main growth areas of economy over next 10 years: Growth of Secondary Industries
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Post by will on 16th December 2011, 21:24

Nation Name: Meridiania
GDP: 545.08 Billion
GDP growth 2008: -0.8%
GDP growth 2009: -1.1%
GDP growth 2010: -0.4%
GDP growth 2011 (Q1-3): -0.3%
Expected GDP growth 2011: 0.6%
Expected GDP growth 2012: 1.0%
Expected GDP growth 2013: 2.0%

Reasons for GDP growth: Major Car Manufacturers such as Carne, Kilburn, Jamieson, expand, both domestically and into international markets. Kilburn will begin a new brand which will offer their sportscar technology in reasonably priced cars. As computers become more commonplace in the modern world, more professionals who need training to cut down on attacks and help move the computer industry forward will be needed. As the world expands and more people begin living in high wealth nations like Meridiania, more construction jobs are required to make newer housing in large cities like Angelorium, West Coast, and Vulputate.

Main growth areas of economy over next 10 years: Automotive Manufacturing, Information Technology, Construction

Jacob, my nation is based off Australia, which has a GDP around... 55,000? And my nation is basically a modified version of Australia.


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Post by ForthWall on 16th December 2011, 21:33

Is that in millions?
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Post by will on 16th December 2011, 22:00

I keep thinking per capita Cheeky/Razz I fixed that.
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 16th December 2011, 23:02

Nation Name: Lorenta
GDP: 1,059,877 (millions of USD)
GDP growth 2008: +1.19%
GDP growth 2009: -1.15%
GDP growth 2010: +1.94%
GDP growth 2011 (Q1-3): +2.51%
Expected GDP growth 2011: +2.65%
Expected GDP growth 2012: +2.76%
Expected GDP growth 2013: +2.81%

Reasons for GDP growth: Many big corporations in Lorenta, including MARS, grew domestically and international, which helped to boost several economies. Over 700,000 jobs have been added since the recession of 2008 - 2010 (3,545,000 people were unemployed). Big growth was in two main industries, technology and pharmaceutical/health care, with around 101,000 jobs added in technology, 85,000 added in pharmaceutical and small businesses created over 45,000 jobs. Many other industries added jobs rapidaly counting for the other jobs created in Lorenta. Unemployment rates are dropping all across the nations. Major redevelopment in urban areas and surrounding communities have created a sustainable and inviting environment. Housing has improved with rates dropping at a consistent rate.

Main growth areas of economy over next 10 years: Areas such as small business, healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology, and banking/accounting is expected to grow in the coming years. Major corporations are in the works of creating more jobs and expanding internationally (as well as domestically).
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Re: Monetary Statistics Bureau

Post by ForthWall on 16th December 2011, 23:17

Will - Your nation has 542 Trillion GDP????
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 16th December 2011, 23:25

Forth... where are you looking at? It says billion beside his numbers.
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Post by Blakeway4 on 16th December 2011, 23:26

JacobS. wrote:Not nitpicking or anything but these per capita figures are really high. $30,000 and up are the "upper crust" of the world. Most AIN countries would be realistically between $18,000 and $25,000; ones in potentially less developed areas such as Syldavia, Kamchatka and Hiigara would probably be even further down into the $9,000-$18,000 region. Island nations are usually pretty poor as well, but that's because they're much less developed than the island nations often portrayed by city journals.

Also alot of times, especially in Europe and Asia, the per capita is lower because the cost of living and the cost of goods is lower as well.

Just food for thought, in no way am I saying everyone has to drop their numbers down because we're not simulating real life here although we're making an effort to. Figured I'd contribute that to help the realism value in the union for those who potentially don't know these statistics.

Syldavia isn't less developed. My GDPpc is realistic. You can read my marvelous wiki to learn about it before stating that it's unrealistic Yawn

Cost of living in Europe is lower? You kidding right?
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