Largest Retail Industry: 155thMost Valuable International Artwork: 339thMost Efficient Economies: 581st
The Sultanate of
New York Times Democracy
Surrender to the Will.
Influence
Envoy
Region
Civil Rights
Average
Economy
Frightening
Political Freedom
Excellent

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Syfenq

Population24.416 billion

CapitalNouveau Yathrib
LeaderSardar Sultan
FaithSufi Islam

CurrencyNew francRiel
Animaleucalyptus dragon

The Sultanate of Syfenq is a gargantuan, safe nation, ruled by Sardar Sultan with a fair hand, and notable for its daily referendums, frequent executions, and free-roaming dinosaurs. The compassionate, hard-working, democratic, cheerful, devout population of 24.416 billion Sultanatis enjoy a sensible mix of personal and economic freedoms, while the political process is open and the people's right to vote held sacrosanct.

The relatively small government juggles the competing demands of Industry, Education, and Administration. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Nouveau Yathrib. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 14.1%.

The frighteningly efficient Sultanati economy, worth a remarkable 6,813 trillion New francRiels a year, is fairly diversified and led by the Retail industry, with major contributions from Tourism, Information Technology, and Book Publishing. Average income is an amazing 279,055 New francRiels, with the richest citizens earning 5.7 times as much as the poorest.

The government seizes private property for the 'good of the people', inheritance tax has recently been abolished, voting is compulsory, and the country's population is reported with a margin of error of several billions. Crime, especially youth-related, is totally unknown. Syfenq's national animal is the eucalyptus dragon, which is also the nation's favorite main course, and its national religion is Sufi Islam.

Syfenq is ranked 11,898th in the world and 5th in Sunalaya for Most Influential, scoring 4,306 on the Soft Power Disbursement Rating.

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Largest Retail Industry: 155thMost Valuable International Artwork: 339thMost Efficient Economies: 581stHighest Disposable Incomes: 1,095thLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 1,275thHighest Food Quality: 1,461stHighest Economic Output: 1,478thMost Cheerful Citizens: 1,649thMost Inclusive: 1,661stMost Cultured: 1,686thHighest Workforce Participation Rate: 1,998thMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 2,025thMost Subsidized Industry: 2,237thHealthiest Citizens: 2,432ndBest Weather: 2,561stTop
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Most Pacifist: 2,686thMost Beautiful Environments: 2,697thMost Devout: 2,711thMost Developed: 2,819thLongest Average Lifespans: 2,875thHighest Average Incomes: 2,891stLargest Cheese Export Sector: 3,262ndSmartest Citizens: 3,741stLargest Governments: 4,303rdMost Scientifically Advanced: 4,409thHighest Wealthy Incomes: 4,924thLargest Agricultural Sector: 5,603rdNicest Citizens: 5,701stLargest Populations: 5,858thMost Eco-Friendly Governments: 6,073rdLargest Publishing Industry: 6,423rdMost Advanced Public Education: 7,648thMost Stationary: 8,268thMost Compassionate Citizens: 8,431stLargest Information Technology Sector: 8,683rdMost Advanced Public Transport: 9,113thSafest: 10,266thHighest Poor Incomes: 10,572ndLowest Crime Rates: 11,169thMost Influential: 11,898thLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 13,268thTop
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Largest Basket Weaving Sector: 14,322ndMost World Assembly Endorsements: 17,087thMost Extensive Public Healthcare: 19,172nd
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Most Devout: 1st in the regionSmartest Citizens: 1st in the regionHighest Workforce Participation Rate: 1st in the regionMost Pacifist: 1st in the regionLargest Furniture Restoration Industry: 1st in the regionMost Developed: 1st in the regionMost Popular Tourist Destinations: 1st in the regionHighest Food Quality: 1st in the regionMost Inclusive: 1st in the regionHealthiest Citizens: 1st in the regionMost Valuable International Artwork: 1st in the regionLargest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 1st in the regionMost Efficient Economies: 1st in the regionLargest Agricultural Sector: 1st in the regionLargest Governments: 1st in the regionHighest Disposable Incomes: 1st in the regionLargest Populations: 1st in the regionLargest Cheese Export Sector: 1st in the regionMost Pro-Market: 1st in the regionMost Subsidized Industry: 1st in the regionHighest Wealthy Incomes: 1st in the regionMost Scientifically Advanced: 1st in the regionLongest Average Lifespans: 1st in the regionLargest Retail Industry: 1st in the regionLargest Information Technology Sector: 1st in the regionMost Cultured: 1st in the regionHighest Average Incomes: 1st in the regionMost Beautiful Environments: 1st in the regionHighest Economic Output: 1st in the regionTop
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Largest Basket Weaving Sector: 2nd in the regionGreatest Rich-Poor Divides: 2nd in the regionHighest Poor Incomes: 2nd in the regionMost World Assembly Endorsements: 2nd in the regionMost Stationary: 2nd in the regionBest Weather: 2nd in the regionLowest Overall Tax Burden: 2nd in the regionLargest Gambling Industry: 2nd in the region

National Happenings

Most Recent Government Activity:

  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, the country's population is reported with a margin of error of several billions.
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, voting is compulsory.
  • : Syfenq was ranked in the Top 5% of the world for Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry.
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, inheritance tax has recently been abolished.
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, the government seizes private property for the 'good of the people'.
  • : Syfenq was reclassified from "Corporate Bordello" to "New York Times Democracy".
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, drug deals return to the streets as legions of undercover officers stalk the dark web.
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, the art of conversation has been rediscovered.
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, history textbook pages are used as impromptu tissues by distraught students.
  • : Following new legislation in Syfenq, stockbrokers dream of getting rich by writing textbooks.

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