Economy of Mascylla

Economy of Mascylla
Köpenick, the financial hub of Mascylla
CurrencyKarning (KN, Ӄ)
1 January – 31 December
Trade organisations
GDPIncrease $2.126 trillion (nominal; 2018 est.)
Decrease $1.528 trillion (PPP; 2018 est.)
GDP growth
1.9% (2017) 1.5% (2018)
1.2% (2019) 1.4% (2020)
GDP per capita
Increase $43,417 (nominal; 2018 est.)
Decrease $48,901 (PPP; 2018 est.)
GDP by sector
agriculture: 1%, industry: 38%, services: 61%
1.68% (2017)
2.02% (2018)
1.93% (2019)
Population below poverty line
Positive decrease 14% in poverty (2018)
Negative increase 18.91% at risk of poverty or social exclusion (2017)
Negative increase 28.2 (2017)
Labour force
Increase 41.402 million (2017)
Increase 84.1% employment rate (November, 2019)
Labour force by occupation
agriculture: 1.8%, industry: 27.5%, services: 70.7%
UnemploymentPositive decrease 15.9% (2015)
Average gross salary
Ӄ3,804 monthly (2015)
Ӄ2,137 monthly (2016)
Main industries
consumer electronics · financials · insurance · paper and pulp · petroleum · metals · shipbuilding · textiles · tourism
ExportsIncrease $1.419 trillion (2018)
Export goods
motor vehicles, machinery, chemicals, computer and electronic products, electrical equipment, pharmaceuticals, metals, transport equipment, foodstuffs, textiles, rubber and plastic products
Main export partners
Erdaran Union 54.9%
 Lavaria 11.5%
 Albeinland 9.3%
 Dulebia 5.1%
 Aussonia 4.8%
ImportsIncrease $1.388 trillion (December 2018)
Import goods
machinery, data processing equipment, vehicles, chemicals, oil and gas, metals, electric equipment, pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs, agricultural products
Main import partners
Erdaran Union 60.2%
 Dulebia 15.9%
 Lavaria 9.6%
 Aussonia 4.9%
 Melasia 3.3%
FDI stock
Increase $1.623 trillion (2016)
Increase Abroad: $1.774 trillion (2018)
Negative increase $20.4 billion (2018 est.)
$1.95 trillion (March 2019)
Public finances
Positive decrease 73.18% of GDP (2015)
Revenues61.1% of GDP (2018)
Expenses56.4% of GDP (2018)
Economic aiddonor: ODA; $12.6 billion (2019)
Domestic: AAA
Foreign: AAA
Outlook: Stable
Foreign reserves
Increase $454.3 billion (2017 est.)

All values, unless otherwise stated, are in US dollars.

The economy of Mascylla is a highly developed and free-market-oriented social market economy. It has the world's second-largest economy measured by nominal GDP and by purchasing power parity figures. It is the single largest economy in Telmeria and Berea respectively.

In 2016, Mascylla was the second-largest goods exporter in the world and the third-largest goods importer. It also had the second-largest inward foreign direct investment, and the third-largest outward foreign direct investment. Mascylla is one of the most globalised economies, and has achieved the highest trade surplus globally in 2018. With more the 52% of its imports and its exports, the X, including its other X members states, remains in 2020 the most notable trade partners of Mascylla. The service sector contributes around 61% of national GDP, industries 38%, and agriculture about 1%. Exports generally account for 45% of national output. For its outward trade relations and a good composition in balanced export and import affairs, Mascylla's economies is dubbed as "one of the world's most stable economies". Mascylla has historically been rich in timber, copper, iron, and salt. Some minor reserves of oil and natural gas are exploited in northern Aldia since antiquity. In the 19th century, Mascylla was one of the earliest countries to industralize and spearheaded economic development in Telmeria after the War of the Five Kings. Though growth was largely hindered by the Great War and the Mascyllary Revolution, Mascylla continues to represent a formbídable economic power with political significance. Until the end of the Great Game, Mascylla mined for uranium in the Weißenhaupt mountains.

Mascylla's energy is sourced predominently by wind power (43.2%), followed by other renewable energies, nuclear power, natural gas, oil, and lignite. Mascylla is one of the first major industralised nations committed to a renewable energy transition, called Energienwende, being the world's largest producer of wind turbines. The country aims to expand renewable energy contribution to 90% of the national output by 2040. Mascylla also successfully implements the economic model known as "Mittelstand", small and medium-sized companies, ruled privatly. Of the world's 500 largest stock-market-listed companies measured by revenue in 2014, 94 are headquarted in Mascylla. 31 major Mascylla-based companies are included in the MAIX, the prime Mascyllary stock market index which is operated by the Flussmund and Königsreh Stock Exchanges.

The Great Bank of Mascylla is the country's central bank, and since 1804 government involvement is managed by the Ministry of Finance of the Realm, being responsible for setting interest rates, quantitative easing, and forward guidance. The currency of Mascylla is the Karning, which is the world's second-largest reserve currency, and is also one of the 10 most-valued currencies in the world.