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Today is a wonderful day in Newfoundland. The sun is shining, the ocean is sparkling, and every-one is celebrating their newly created nation. Today, most if not all, of the majure cities have shut-down, as the people start partying and parading.
Also in the news, Newfoundland is nearly done drafting it's constitution that it hopes to publish and use soon. til then tho, President Dominic has called for 15,000 volunteer infantry troops. The volunteer simply had to be able, and be 17+. Training will start tomorrow, when we get what we need.

And lastly, the President and the senate has drafted 7 cabinet members,
(all current)
Minister of health- Nathan Skerness
Minister of eduction- Nathan Salopek
Minister of finance- Joey Rode
Minister of Foreign affairs- Harley Kokoro
Minister of general domestic affairs- Jessica Ross
Minister of defense- Ryan Aquila
Minister of transportation- Zack Usmc
Military adviser- Trevor Watson

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Celebrations in the country has died down lately, as the cities have started to function again. One of the first things to do now is to build up our economy so we can get some fun. The president has signed the finished draft of our constitution, with includes a basic bill of rights, and allows the citizens to vote for a Representative in the senate (max of 200). He has also limited the senate to 200 members.
Well, back to the initial start up, there has been several privately owned oil wells and iron mines popping up around the coast and shores, as well as copper and gold mines, as well as a few Fisheries. There have recently been a slight gain in the economy because of this, and as new small shops and factories open-up. Let's see what the new economy and raw materials bring in next.

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Since the domestic economy has picked up, the senate and president has decided it was time for the creation of a few new agencies, departments ,and the like. The 'National transportation bureau' witch is in-charge of issuing drivers license of various vehicles, and permits. The Bureau is also in-charge of financing, building, maintaining, and planing of high-ways, and major roads and avenues. So far, we are just maintaining the roads and highways we already have as for anything new going on in this department. Our current transportation minister is the head of this department.

The president has also signed in the creation of 'civil defense agency', witch would design defenses for the citizens from threats both foreign and domestic. This agency will also create simulations of of disasters and events, both of nature, and of our own being. These simulations would be used for worst case scenario incidents related to disasters both man made and natural, and will be used to create planes for when something were to happen. Our current minister of domestic affairs is the head of this agency. Both of the agencies is hq'd in St. John.

And lastly, a nation wide census recently done by our domestic affairs minister, Jessica Ross, has concluded the nation's population is aprox. 588,194 people.

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Newfoundland's economy has been growing rapidly lately, thanks in part to increased private foreign trade, and the increase numbers of mines and factories opening up. According to our domestic minister, there are nearly 134 mines and wells now. About 35 of them are off-shore oil-wells, 50 iron mines, 10 nickel mines, 13 copper mines, 5 zinc and 4 gold mines, 5 natural gas mines, 10 salt mines, and 2 silver mines. Of the nearly three thousand factories we have, about 15% of them make your home-appliances, 7% make electronics (mostly for the home-appliances factories in one way or another, and communication), 33% are smelters, 15% make electrical and communication wires, 6% rubber factories, 1% paint factories, 20% are refineries, and 2% other.

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So far in Newfoundland today, after some debate lately of what to do with our by now aging and polluting power plants. One suggestion was to switch to nuclear power. Tho, nuclear is under heavy debate, as the risk may not be worth the benefits of our small land. There have also been talks of using wind and solar power. The government, and the people both seem to hope to develop new solar and wind technologies, rather than nuclear technologies.

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During a debate with the current members of congress, it has been noticed that our current form of government is week. Not that this is really a bad thing for such a small country, but the citizens have asked the government to do something about it, so the government can work in a way that works for every-one. So, as we try to work on our government, we figure we'd work on our Constitution first. so far we only have two articles (bill of inalienable rights, and the voting for representatives, by majority vote). These seemed ok for a small nation at the time, but its been said that this isn't strong enough to not be taken advantage of. As for the proposed changes and amendments to our Constitution, they are as follows:

[quote] Article III

As to how a representative gets his/her vote into the senate, they must win a simple majority vote from the registered voters and citizens of Newfoundland. As for the rep. must do, he must debate, pass, or kill any documents, bills or treaties that comes into the house, as well as help manage finances.

The senate is watched over from the head of senate, witch will be appointed by the representatives, with a majority 4/5 vote. This head is not a part of the 200 members, but his own member, who watches over the rest. If it may be that he should be out of office, a complaint against him must be filled out (by the president, senate, or majority of the people) In witch case, he may be voted out by the senate with a 3/5 vote.[/quote]

It has been asked, and debated in the senate for a term limit. After several weeks, this has been agreed on.

[quote] Article IV

The term of the representatives in the senate is three (3) years, they may be voted back in however if they wish to rerun.
The term of the Head of senate is five (5) years, He may be voted back in however if he wishes to rerun.
The president (head of state) may hold a nine (9) year term, He may be voted back in however if he wishes to rerun.
All the ministers in the cabnet may stay as long as they wish, unless fired by the president. (who also appointes them)
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As from this next amendment, there have been calls for some form of a court system. It seems that nearly every-one agreed to this, as nearly- everyone wanted a court to govern the populace, and government. As such, a judicial branch was created, to


[quote] Article V

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The judicial branch
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It is solely Supreme Court's powers include interpreting the Constitution, reviewing laws, and interpreting laws and special cases.
Among their powers is also a 'judicial review doctrine' under which the executive actions are subject to review, and possible invalidation, by the judiciary. Their rulings for this doctrine can not be over-turned, unless by petition by a majority of the citizens.
There are 17 supreme judges that decide the out-come of any majure trials, as well as hold the powers of the court.
These judges are appointed by the senate (after they run in the senate of-course) and run for thirty (30) years. [/quote]

Some war powers was also requested by the senate. This is what we came up with.

[quote] Article VI- To declare war, war time, and peace time.

In order to declare war, a deceleration first needs to be approved, or written, by the president, then it is sent to the senate. The declaration needs a 2/3 majority vote to pass, Newfoundland will have officially declared war on said country. The president, if he wishes, may veto the declaration, should there be a reason it is no-longer needed or a option. The senate can override this veto with a simple majority vote.

During times of war, the senate must approve, to the best of their financial and capable ability, to draft what troop is needed, and buy and/or build any weapons necessary.

In order for the senate to buy military units (air-craft, ships, tanks, etc) when not at war, the senate will need a 3/5 vote, vote to buy any amount of these units, as was asked by the high commanders, or president. In tensions, the senate needs a 4/5 vote. In tensions, citizens may also be drafted.

In peace, Newfoundland will accept volunteers over 17 and able into the military. They can freely choose witch branch to become of.

During peace, the army is under the control of the senate, during times of tensions, the president is in complete control of the military, as to what is possible.
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[quote] Article VII

The president may be removed from office if he is caught doing something illegal, or taking advantage of his powers, and military powers. He may be removed by (only if can be proven in a court) the court itself, if the senate allows, or with a majority of 165 votes in the senate. He may stay in office however, if he is proven innocent.
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Some of the last things to be requested was some additional powers for the senate. After some debate, they gained the right to override a veto.

[quote] VIII
For a bill or document to pass, it needs to enter the senate, and pass with a 4/5 vote. It is then sent to the president for review. He will than veto it, or pass it. Should he veto it, the senate may attempt to override it with a 5/9 vote. If this is passed, the veto is over-ridden, and said bill takes affect.

Only the president may sign and accept treaties. The senate may however with a 9/10 vote, kill any treaty it wishes.
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After some more debating, it was agreed that all that was missing, was the power to add and amend this document.

[quote] Article XI
The senate may propose changes to this document, if they feel it's needed, they must inform the public, as well as the president. This document may be amended at any time, with notice, by the citizens of this Republic of Newfoundland by a 3/5 majority vote.
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[quote] Article XII
As for currency and printing money, a National treasurer will be set up, and headed by the minister of finance.[/quote]

The people seem to agree with this document, and it has been signed by President Dominic. As per request in Article XII, a new National treasury is being built in the capital, currently to be headed by Joey Rode. this building will however take some time to complete. As of now, our country looks like it getting more and more stable by the moment. We all hope this trend continues.

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Today, one of the newly formed enterprises that has taken over several of the salt, nickle, and Zinc, Newfound Atlantic mining, has been allowed by the government to start a new silicon mine on a small beach to the south of the island. This new mine could be the start of a forming high-teck industry that has been forming.
This, and other newly formed enterprises and corporations are bound to lower the unemployment, and create a foundation for new higher paid jobs. Says our finance minister anyways. The government has also issued a small Subsidy to any new and already here high-teck, and 'green' companies, in a effort to create a healthier high-teck industry.
In other news, there have been some debating in the senate on how to make more money here for projects and such. There have been talks everywhere from setting up government run mines and airports, to nationalizing entire industries. There will be more on this later.

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[quote] [i]Newfoundland News Table, letting you know of what's happening around here[/i]

[b]Newfoundland planes to nationalize silver, gold, and maybe oil industries and mines[/b]

There have been some talks in the senate, the president, and the Supreme Court, of the legal issues, benefits, and costs to nationalize the silver, gold and even as far of the oil industries in Newfoundland. The court and part of the senate thinks that it shouldn't be allowed, as it is not the government's job to have a say in this, or any, industry. Some also point out that it may be too expensive to buy out the wells, refineries, and mines. And that may be unprofitable in the short, and the long-run. Stating that the average cost to buy-out a single company can rise to nearly 17 million NFD. (Newfoundland dollars) Supporters of the plan say that nationalization of oil, gold, and silver would actually boost our economy. Stating that government control of the gold and silver mines could let NFD rise in value. As the NFD is gold and silver backed, some claim, it's only in our countries best interest to control, at the very least, these mines. The oil wells they would also want as the price of crude, and it's refined forms could be worth several millions.
The opponents fear that most of the gold and silver may be stored in vaults, rather than being used for the electronic industry. And that oil prices may artificially rise to suck every penny. The current form of the gold and silver backed currency is claimed by the opponents "be fine as they are", as some of them were quoted saying. That our gold and silver monies are worth more than what we buy.

In the supreme court, it's still being debated. And with nothing against this in the Constitution, it's competently up to the senate, the president, and the court.

Will we give these mines to the government, or will the be kept private? Or will some form of a compromise be made? we shall find out soon. [/quote]

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A few hours before this,

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Newfoundland officially on gold and silver standard.

The (mostly built by now) National Treasury headed by Joey Rode, the Financial Minister of the Republic of Newfoundland, has announced that rather than using the unstable 'old' domestic and some foreign currencies, that this republic will back all its domestic monies, the NFD (NewFoundland Dollar), with gold and silver. In the hopes of it being stronger, and letting the nation get wealthier. As Gold and Silver are generally universally accepted.
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[quote] [b] A article of nationalization, should it be allowed?, and the sides to it.[/b]

So Newfoundland has a written Constitution, signed by the president, and the 200 current members of the senate. Of course, this doesn't help any, as it simply describes some of what the government can do, some of what it can't, and guarantees unalienable rights to the people. Tho, the later it-self is also rather vague. what does this have to do with the problem we're facing here now, one may ask? The answer would be rather simple, does nationalization go against, to a extent, the people's rights? If the Republic was to take every gold, silver, and oil mines and wells, as well as anything else, this could be Denying the people's rights to own such industries. And it could be worse, this could be possibly extend to government takeovers of all industry, making anything and everything owned by the government.

So far, a part of the court and part of the senate has agreed against nationalization, stating that "nationalization of any industry should be against the rights of the citizens, as it should be their right to have a say, and or (to a extent) control any business, or industry, they wish."

A part of the court and senate says however, "That the government take over of silver, gold, and oil is what we need for our projects, and social programs. We need this to expand our money reserves, and expand the wealth of the citizen"


The opponents point out that if the government was to take over gold, silver, and oil, that the economy may be worse. As it will cost a lot of money to buy out the entire industries, and upkeep them. That tax hikes may be needed, and that will mean less consumer spending.

Supporters say however that the economy may actually do better. That the revenue we take in may be much greater than what we spend. And in-turn, will allow us to spend more on social and welfare programs, and allow us to pour more money into the economy by our own projects.

They may continue debating the issues for several days, even weeks, if some form of a compromise (or win) isn't made soon. Until then, the President is listening to both sides, hoping to find a agreement somewhere. Till then, not much will pass the senate, as most bills and such are put on hold.

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[quote] [b]compromise reached in senate, likely pass the court also.[/b]

After some hours of debate when the senate met again today, along with the high court and president, a compromise was finally made. After a couple weeks of arguing. Maybe this was simple, but in history, all things seem simple now. The world is rarely simple.

But anyways, the compromise is this, that the government will take only the silver and gold mines. The oil wells are still under private owner-ship. And our currency will still be gold and silver backed. This alone should help the economy, and let the citizen and government get wealthier. The government will only take what it needs, and sell off what it doesn't. The Republic of Newfoundland will also fund and allow the creation of a mining industry related company. The company is 'The FoundTrans-Atlantic oil company' HQ is in Burgeo. The purpose of these companies would be to allow for cheap, easily accessible resources, needed for the nation's development.

That the money from the (rather small) nationalized silver industry be used for, and only for, social programs, and social projects.
That taxes will only be used when needed. Mostly in times of economic trouble, where there is a notable demand for such resources, and needs the extra tax to support it-self.
That as much of the gold as possible will be sent to research and high-teck companies.
And that the government will not nationalize permanently any new industry, unless needed. Even as such, won't be permanent for such new industries.
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[quote] [b] Newfoundland officially and formally announces the nationalization of the gold and silver industry[b]

As of now, The Supreme court has looked at was requested, the compromises, and let this small nation of Newfoundland nationalize its gold and silver industries. They said they felt that it was necessary, for the government to do this, to help its people. But, only if the government won't nationalize other industries. Tho, government run, and sponsored industries and businesses may be allowed. [/quote]

In other news, The president and the senate just signed in a modified and stronger [url=http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=103726&view=findpost&p=2758607] Constitution.[/url]

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[quote] [b]Republic of Newfoundland joins CAN (as a observer for now)[/b]

Some time ago, the Republic has joined CAN. Ok, so it wasn't really that long ago, but non-the-less this seems to be big news in the country. The President has expressed great joy to be even a observer as of now. This bloc can be a great thing for this nation, and we hope to see what will happen as time moves on. [/quote]

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With the governments attempt to create a high-teck industry, it seems things have finally started to take off. A little at least.
A company that manufactures and distributes solar panels and wind mills has just opened up, and it's expected to create over 1,500 new jobs. This along has lowered the unemployment rate to about 7.3%. Oh, the companies name one may ask? The 'Burning sun energy company', HQ'd in St. John. Being headed by some of the top graduates from our top universities. This company has already signed contracts with cities and private businesses to set up several solar panels and wind farms. So far, less than 1% of our energy is from renewable energy sources, but now 'Burning sun' hopes to bring that number to 35% in just a few years, maybe even more it possible.

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With the rise of one company generally gives arise to competition. It is a part of nature, a part of life. Since the start of 'Burning sun energy' there has been a new energy company, headed by some of the smartest peoples in the field of energy production. 'Sunny skies energy' has already signed a couple contracts to power a military base planned to be near the Atlantic, and a few other companies. 'Sunny skies' mostly does and specializes in research in solar technology, as well as manufactures and sells them. (like 'Burning sun energy') The governmental sees great potential in the solar industry, and that the competition, and other potentials, could be good for this country. Now, let's see what happens next.

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Sine the government took control of the gold and silver mines and such the NFD has gotten stronger, the people and government have more purchasing power, and two green energy corporations emerged. So far, 'Burning Sun' managed to take control of 13% of the nation's energy, 'Sunny Skies' managed to take 17%, and a bunch of smaller companies make the rest. The government has since is also debating a bill to pay 3/4 the cost of buying a wind-mill, and or solar plants. And lastly, there are hints in the market and economy that the economy is getting stronger, and that our high-teck industry is just around the corner.

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After signing contracts with various construction companies, and Sunny Skies energy, and coordinated efforts with them, We will build a small military base as located on the map (where the red dot it, in the south Atlantic cost.)

[IMG]http://i790.photobucket.com/albums/yy184/channel_016/ftas.png[/IMG]

This base is built mostly to house troops, and act as a storage for arms and ammunition, as well as to repair what they can of them, and store a small air-strip. (the air-strip would mostly be used to send the troops in and out, if needed.)

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The FoundTrans-Atlantic oil company, witch to only to a short time ago a theatrical organization, that was several private well operators, will become a actual single company. This company, being charted and watched by the government, will soon be a real corporation that will take possession of all the off-shore wells. (oil wells, and natural gas wells.) The government has allowed nearly a billion NFD's to fund the buy-out of the wells, and such refineries, as well as building storage tanks and what else would be needed. After that, the company would have to fund it-self, due to limited government funds. So Newfoundland will only pay for the buy-out of the mines, and refineries. As well as building four or five new storage tanks. When FoundTrans-Alantic takes possession of these wells, it will be expected that they will initially produce about 15,000- 25,000 bbl's a day. However, once they get some more research done on how to drill more efficiently and safety in the waters, it is expected that they may recover almost 140 million bbl's a day. But this assumes that the current wells will be updated, upgraded, and newer wells will be built.

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So far, the government has bough-out 7 off-shore oil wells, and a natural gas well at a cost of roughly 700 million. Another 300 million was spent to help pay for the construction of a refinery to turn the crude into gasoline, a storage tank, and two oil tankers. At this point, as the government transferred control of them to the FoundTrans-Atlantic oil company, the company is now producing a little over 175,000 bbl's of crude a day. Advisers of the company say that this number may increase several fold, if they would upgrade the wells.

In other news, due to flaws that were found in how the wells were built, the government has asked the companies, who agreed in the end due mostly to public support, to give their wells to FoundTrans-Atlantic oil, for a sum of 5 billion dollars. These wells will be scrapped, in favor of a Gravity-based structure, to help the off-shore wells survive the harsh conditions in the waters. As for the wells currently owned by FoundTrans-Atlantic, the government has allowed them to remain in operation, so long as they have amply supplies in case of emergency, and life boats to take them to the main-land.

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Foundtrans-Atlantic oil has started the process of scrapping the additional wells that it bought as of now. As of now, the company is buying three ships intended to hold the scrap of the wells, as what's left of the well after a part of it has been scrapped off will be capped, So the well won't leak. Any new wells being planned will have to await further geological study by seismic vessels. (They asked for two to be built.) Both types of these ships are being built at the shipyard at St. John. And both should be finished in about a year and a half. As of now tho, all wells, other than the original seven the government bought for FoundTrans-Atlantic, will be shut-down.

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[img]http://www.chevycedarrapids.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/treasury-building-in-washington-dc-300x225.jpg[/img]
The stock exchange of St. John
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Today is yet a new day for the good people of this republic. The national treasury has just been finished. And we just got a new stock exchange.
This Stock exchange building will be headed by our minister of finance, Joey Rode.

As of now, any and all business, foreign and domestic, that wishes to may set up in the exchange, to trade with the world market.


(ooc- got the SM finally)

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[i]A televised report from the Newfoundland Comet, at Goose Cove, Newfoundland[/i]

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[img]http://media.ksee24.com/images/396*264/Iceberg3.jpg[/img]

A light female voice comes on, as the scene revolves around the above picture. "As you can see, that's a big chunk of ice. And it's right here in Goose Cove, a small fishing town of just above 200 people. And what a sight it beholds. Its been here for about seven minuets now, and it's been blocking ships in the harbor, and near-by water routs. Sights like this are typically good for tourism, as it draws people from around the Americas, as well as the locals. This time of year could bring in several tourist from the Americas, if they can find a open harbor first that is." She chuckles for a second after the last few words, then resumes, "And this is just one of the many chunks of ice that comes in from the arctic ocean." She stops now, as the scene now shows the iceberg moving slowly but surly east, as well as a part of it melting off and breaking apart, "And look at that, it appears that that a part of it broke off, and is moving eastward towards the Atlantic ocean. No doubt in my mind tho, that this town, and many others, will see more of these soon" The scene cuts to commercial[/quote]

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Well, at this time of year, we tend to get a lot of ice floating in from up north. This normally would damage the oil economy, if it hasn't been temporary shut down. (bringing unemployment up to 9.3% by the way, along with a few other reasons.) Thank god tho, it is likely to increase tourism, as local harbors has been experiencing more outsiders and the like. And it won't really damage the production of the ships being built in ST. John's harbor. Sources in what we do know of the local weather patterns, and currents, predict that these will stay here for some time. The president was quoted to have chuckled "Well, at least we don't need a navy yet. These blocks of ice can protect us." Appears out president does have some sense of humor.

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Realizing the beautiful landscape and scenery in Newfoundland, thousands of tourists from Greenland have been visiting the recently formed nation, bringing their families and wallets. This would probably provide a nice boost for the Newfoundland tourism sector and economy, and strong word of mouth and satisfaction from their vacations would soon make Newfoundland a top travel destination.

With the opening of the Newfoundland Stock Exchange, numerous Greenlandic companies have filled out the necessary paperwork and are awaiting approval to begin trading on the new stock exchange in St. John.

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Well, it certainly seems like a long time since the house proposed the following. [quote] a bill to pay 3/4 the cost of buying a wind-mill, and or solar plants.[/quote], and it managed to pass with a 4/5 vote, but not with-out a compromise. It turns out that we can't afford to pay so much, so we will pay 1/3 the cost, as we can afford that. This will likely cost the Republic 2.8 billion NFD's, as well as potentially increase the economy with this subsidy.
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In other news, increased tourism from various places and countries has translated into a stronger economy. Several motels, inn's, and sometimes hotels have popped up, from the most scenic ocean sides, to the Appalachian Mountains towards the west, to some of the most well known tourist stops. And these inn's aren't all that has started up. Several traditional restaurants and the like have opened up near the inn's and such, and with the tour guides running from the most scenic landscapes, the tourist economy has indeed picked off. And with this, something is bound to happen. It's only a matter of time.

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[img]http://i790.photobucket.com/albums/yy184/channel_016/ftas.png[/img]
(the location of the newly built Fort. Summer)

Today, the fort we started to build some time ago is now finished. Fort Summer can comfortably house 4,500 men. This fort along with acting as a barracks, houses some ammunition and guns, and has a single small air-strip. This fort will also be used to train our troops.

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Today, the FoundTrans-Atlantic oil company has announced that until its new ships are done being built, they will lay off all their workers. The workers of the wells, and any other staff they had, has been told that they can come back in two or so months. The reason for laying off nearly every-one who works for this company, is that they simply can't afford anything yet, as the wells weren't making enough money. Actually, the only staff they do sorta have is architect designers, and climate experts they hired from money loaned by the Republic. More on that later tho. FoundTrans-Atlantic spent just about every cent they had on what the government couldn't buy, and blue-prints for the gravity-based wells. The stock value as of now is expected to plummet, and unemployment has actually lowered from 9.3% to 9%, Thanks in part to a growing tourist industry.
In related news, the Republic has loaned a billion NFD to FoundTrans-Atlantic. In the hopes that the company can do more research in the future. This loan is expected to be paid off in three years, in the hopes that FoundTrans-Atlantic will grow by then.

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