Economy of the Hurian Federation
The business center of Kimbilio at night
Rank 2nd (nominal) / 3rd (PPP)
Currency Hurian fedha (₣) (HRF)
Fixed exchange rates $2.346 USD = ₣1 HRF
Fiscal year May 1st–April 31st
Trade organisations Closed Economy/Limited Trade

$10.517 trillion (2013) (nominal; 2nd)

$10.517 trillion (2013) (PPP; 3rd)
GDP growth +8.47% (2013)
GDP per capita

$44,986 (2013) (nominal; 9th)

$44,986 (2013) (PPP; 6th)
GDP by sector agriculture: 3.5%, industry: 26.7%, services: 69.8% (2009 est.)
Inflation (CPI) 0.67% (2013 est.)
below poverty line
0.03% (after taxes and transfers)
Gini index 27.1 (2013)
Labour force 143.8 million (2013 est.)
Labour force
by occupation
agriculture: 2.6%, industry: 42.1%, services: 55.3% (2005)
Unemployment ~0.05% (2013 est.)
Ease of Doing Business Rank Unknown; Hurian economy closed to outside world
Exports $213.524 billion (2013 est.)
Main export partners Flag of India India 47.2%
Flag of the People's Republic of China China 33.1%
Flag of Kenya Kenya 7.6%
Flag of Tanzania Tanzania 5.3%
Flag of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 4.1%
Flag of Indonesia Indonesia 2.7%
Imports $107.143 billion (2013 est.)
Main import partners Flag of the People's Republic of China China 36.8%
Flag of India India 21.8%
Flag of Kenya Kenya 17.4%
Flag of Ethiopia Ethiopia 13.1%
Flag of Indonesia Indonesia 10.9%
Public finances
Revenues $8.554 trillion (2013 est.)
Expenses $6.806 trillion (2013 est.)
Economic aid None
Credit rating

Foreign reserves $68.342 billion (2013 est.)
All values, unless otherwise stated, are in US dollars
The economy of the Hurian Federation is second largest in the world at $10.517 trillion, and with a GDP (nominal) per capita of $44,986, the 15th largest in the world. The Hurian economy is an autarky, in which the nation has closed off its ports to most countries, and engages in little trade with other nations. The majority of Huria's needs are met at home. This process took some thirty years to fulfill, and has given the nation economic stability, protecting it from the economic balloon effects that rocked the world over the last half-century. Huria is the world's largest arms manufacturer, and a major leader in industrial turnout production. Hurian industries focus on reliablity, ease of production, and longevity.

Huria is debt-free, and owes nothing to any other nation in the world. They refuses to offer economic aid to any country, and for most of its history, banned foreign imports from most nations to prevent the possibility of creating debt. To keep the economy afloat, the nation by way its harsh laws, has been able to cut areas deemed unneccessary to the growth of the nation, meaning that while the people are healthy and relatively free of burdensome taxes, working conditions are terrible, and child labor laws are non-existent. The nation has since economic growth of 15.8% in the 1970s, 11% in 1980, 8.8% in the 1990s, and has had constant economic growth of 8.47% since 2000. Refusal to open up the nation's economic infrastructure to foreigners has prevented Huria from becoming overly-dependent on trade like the United States and China.

Because of the stability of the economy and the government's oversight, inflation, unemployment, and poverty are practically non-existent. Though this has more to do with the fact that the government will ensure that the unemployed either work or die, even if the conditions and the work are found to be unfavorable to the worker. Thus far, Huria's belief in self-reliance in the economic fields at home have helped it through hard times, and work to ensure that this growth continues well into the future is one of the government's top priorities. Huria has since developed a very powerful economy which has sustained itself on the resources of the home island, and survived events such as the Great Depression, the 1973 oil crisis, and the more recent Great Recession.



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