Largest Retail Industry: 4,126thMost Valuable International Artwork: 4,477thLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 5,398th
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Probably Not Japan

Population1.052 billion

CapitalNikkoi
LeaderHitohiro
Faithcurrently not following anything

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AnimalCat

The Supposedly Not Empire of Probably Not Japan is a massive, environmentally stunning nation, ruled by Hitohiro with a fair hand, and notable for its public floggings, keen interest in outer space, and anti-smoking policies. The hard-nosed, hard-working, democratic population of 1.052 billion Not Japs enjoy frequent elections, which are uniformly corrupted by big-spending corporations buying politicians who best suit their interests.

The relatively small, corrupt, pro-business, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Education, Industry, and Administration. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Nikkoi. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 38.8%.

The frighteningly efficient Probably Not Japanian economy, worth 163 trillion ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤs a year, is broadly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with major contributions from Retail, Tourism, and Book Publishing. Average income is an impressive 155,712 ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤs, but there is a significant disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 515,702 per year while the poor average 35,119, a ratio of 14.7 to 1.

Adult unemployment is rising as available jobs are filled by young children, the government's giant servers are often used as a tourist trap, homeless people dying of starvation are thought to be a necessary cost of preventing terrorism, and commuters often break into synchronised para-para dancing for no reason at all. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown, thanks to a capable police force and progressive social policies in education and welfare. Probably Not Japan's national animal is the Cat, which frolics freely in the nation's many lush forests, and its national religion is currently not following anything.

Probably Not Japan is ranked 42,137th in the world and 21st in Japan for Most Advanced Public Transport, scoring 1,410.76 on the Societal Mobility Rating.

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Largest Retail Industry: 4,126thMost Valuable International Artwork: 4,477thLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 5,398thLargest Agricultural Sector: 5,644thHighest Wealthy Incomes: 6,032ndMost Efficient Economies: 6,480thHighest Disposable Incomes: 6,854thMost Secular: 8,737thLargest Publishing Industry: 8,759thMost Subsidized Industry: 9,973rdMost Developed: 10,011thSmartest Citizens: 11,431stTop
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Most Scientifically Advanced: 12,505thHealthiest Citizens: 12,640thHighest Average Incomes: 12,801stLargest Information Technology Sector: 12,959thSafest: 13,750thLongest Average Lifespans: 17,429thMost Advanced Public Education: 18,342ndMost Politically Free: 23,114thLargest Governments: 23,645th
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Largest Furniture Restoration Industry: 3rd in the regionMost Secular: 4th in the regionMost Valuable International Artwork: 5th in the regionTop
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Largest Retail Industry: 6th in the regionMost Pro-Market: 7th in the regionLargest Agricultural Sector: 7th in the regionMost Efficient Economies: 7th in the regionHighest Disposable Incomes: 9th in the regionHighest Wealthy Incomes: 9th in the regionMost Politically Free: 9th in the regionMost Subsidized Industry: 10th in the region

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  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, commuters often break into synchronised para-para dancing for no reason at all.
  • : Probably Not Japan was ranked in the Top 10% of the world for Most Politically Free.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, homeless people dying of starvation are thought to be a necessary cost of preventing terrorism.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, the government's giant servers are often used as a tourist trap.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, adult unemployment is rising as available jobs are filled by young children.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, ports have ground to a halt as no boat can reach them without trespassing.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, every spring railroad foundations erode to reveal human remains.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, the new iVote app allows representatives to vote on legislation by launching ill-tempered birds and matching candies.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, the WhoTube comments section has gone strangely quiet.
  • : Following new legislation in Probably Not Japan, prospective parents are cheering on the streets as they no longer need a license to have children.

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