Kyuko

Kyuko

九港
Flag of Kyuko
Flag
Mon of Kyuko
Location of Kyuko
Location of Kyuko
Official languagesTuskish
Ashiharan
Demonym(s)Kyukoan
Sovereign stateTuskval
GovernmentDevolved government within Federal presidential republic
• President
Vidar Bruun
• Governor
Riku Takahama
Tomio Okamura
LegislatureGeneral Court
Autonomy within the Republic of Tuskval
3 June 1661
14 May 1825
28 September 1842
3 June 1889
• Home rule
19 October 1931
11 March 1995
Population
• 2016 census
2,445,689
GDP (PPP)$142 billion estimate
• Per capita
$58,221
GDP (nominal)$111 billion estimate
• Per capita
$45,542
Gini (2018)55.6
high
HDI (2016)0.928
very high
CurrencyMark (Պ) (KVM)
Driving sideleft
Calling code+39

Kyuko (Ashiharan: 九港), officially the Free and Sovereign State of Kyuko (Tuskish: Frie og Suveræne Staten Kyuko) is a Free State of Tuskval on the eastern side Ashihara in Kokai Bay. It has a population of 2,445,689, of various nationalities, in a 277-square-kilometre area, making it one of the most densely populated areas in the world. There are two official languages of Kyuko: Tuskish, and Ashiharan; most Kyukoans are bilingual, with Ashiharan serving as the states' lingua franca, while Tuskish is the national language

Once a sparsely populated area of fishing villages, the state has become one of the world's most significant centres of finance, and commercial ports. Since the easing of Tusco-Ashiharan relations in 1995 it has also become a cultural and economic centre for Ashihara. Tuskval acquired Kyuko in 1661 by purchasing it from the local daimyo, and extended its territory in the Orange Wars. Tuskval's permanent sovereignty over Kyuko was affirmed by the 1889 Convention of Naniwa, and again by the Tusco-Ashiharan Joint Declaration in 1995.

Kyuko is classified as an alpha+ world city, with one of the largest concentrations of high-net-worth individuals in the world, though despite this and a high income per capita there is remains serious income inequality. Despite this Kyuko places highly in key social indicators: education, healthcare, quality of life, personal safety and housing, with a home-ownership rate of 85%.

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