NationStates Jolt Archive

Jennings & Rall National Factbook, 2011 Edition.

25-04-2009, 02:12


International Relations


Population: 315,095,344
Population growth rate: 2.03%
Population density per square kilometer: 2.4 persons per square kilometer (average)
Life expectancy: 90 years, 362 days (average)
Men: 89 years, 159 days
Women: 91 years, 213 days
HDI: 0.962
Literacy rate: 99.34%
Immigration rate: 1.26%
Median age: 32 years, 269 days

Religion (number of adherents):

Orthodox Christianity: 1,356,859
Roman Catholicism: 35,256,587
Anglicanism: 2,659
Sunni Islam: 92,563
Baptist: 1,235,698
Buddhism: 53,268
Lutheranism: 26,593
Methodist: 741,856
Shiite Islam: 86,352
Pentecostalism: 12,569
Judaism: 1,589,654
Adventists: 14,526
Hinduism: 125,684
Taoism: 4,452
Sikhism: 4,452
Atheist: 167,568,951
Deism: 9,635
Baha’i Faith: 1,235
Mormonism: 41,526
Jainism: 256
Other/irreligious: 5,563
Shinto: 3,542
Unaffiliated Christian: 9,843,197
Scientology: 0
Rastafarianism: 253
Society of Friends (Quakers): 6,358
Mennonite/Amish faith: 4,257
Zoroastrianism: 768

Main language spoken:

English: 301,562,452
Latin: 35,698
Russian: 652,153
German: 254,369
Serbo-Croatian: 958,642
Spanish: 562,359
French: 383,240
Chinese: 25,412
Japanese: 196,255
Greek: 369,528
Other: 95,236

Official languages: English, Russian, German


Map of Jennings & Rall. (

Highest point: Mount Altena ( 5,234.262 meters above sea level)
Lowest point: Adatt Valley (452.58.159 meters below sea level)
Maritime claims: 30 nautical miles
Exclusive Economic Zone: 100 nautical miles



Government type: Corporate Government
Formal name: The Incorporated State of Jennings & Rall
Date of founding: May 16th, 1923
Capital: Havre de Grace
Motto: For our Future
Latin motto: Pro nostrum Posterus
Suffrage: Only stockholding citizens may vote, but can vote as many times as the number of shares they control.


The charter of Jennings & Rall was originally written and adopted in 1780 during the merger of Jennings Shipbuilding and Rall Armaments, during the era in which J&R was strictly a corporation. Over the years the charter has been amended and rewritten to modernize the company, eventually forming the charter of the nation created by Jennings & Rall.

The charter outlines and defines the internal structure of Jennings & Rall, both as international conglomerate and government body, and sets forth the rights and privileges granted to citizens residing in company controlled territory.

Government Officials:

Chief Executive Officer: Taylor Norman
Chairman of the Board: Alex Venuti ( Jennings & Rall )
Member of the Board: Kelly Price ( Davenport Electronics )
Member of the Board: Francis Tate (Ravenwood Solutions )
Member of the Board: David Burke ( Kimmings & Stroop )
Member of the Board: Lindsey Sanford ( Reed Biomedical Technologies )
Member of the Board: Chelsea Clark ( United Technologies )
Member of the Board: Melissa Adatt ( Amax Transport Technologies )
Chief Financial Officer: Matthew Brookes
Chief Operations Officer: Kelly Parto
Secretary of Administration: Jessica Parlour
Secretary of Defense: Gary Powers
Secretary of Electronic Surveillance: Martha Takersly
Secretary of Intelligence: Rachel Dardo
Secretary of the Interior: Curtis Hartley
Secretary of Education: Tara Shepard
Secretary of Internal Affairs: Bradley Smith
Secretary of Diplomatic Relations: Kyle Hoch
Secretary of Economic Development: Scott Lidrian
Secretary of Healthcare: Oliver Thatcher

Head of state: Chief Executive Officer

Head of government: Chief Executive Officer, Board of Directors

Notable Personages:


Ambassador to Parilisa Alexander Dalton

Important Individuals:


Economic model: Regulated capitalism.
Currency: Credit (cR)
Exchange rate: cr1 = $1.1935
Unemployment rate: 7.79%
Per capita income (Credit): 23,020.48 cR
Per capita income (dollar): 27,474.94 USD
GDP (in Credits): 7,251,449,688,866.25 cR
GDP (in Universal Standard Dollars): 8,654,605,203,661.90 USD
Population unemployed: 24,538,500
Inflation rate: 0.0019523%
Population below poverty line: 4.39%

Electrical Power Generation/Consumption:

Nuclear: 14%
Hydroelectric: 41%
Wind: 14%
Natural Gas: 1%
Oil: 3%
Solar: 27%


Medical equipment
Firearms and Munitions

Air conditioning units
Seafaring vessels
Military equipment


Concrete aggregates
Copper ore
Aluminum ore
Petroleum products

Chemical products


Income tax rate: 71%
Sales tax rate: 9.5%
Property tax rate: 5.5%
Tariff rate: 0.05%

Government Spending (in cR):

Percent of Government Budget from Income Tax: 56%
Percent from Tariffs: 6%
Percent from Sales Tax: 19%
Percent from Property Tax: 3%
Percent from other taxes: 1%
Other Income: 15%

Government Budget: 5,537,214,163,687.50 cR

Administration (7%): 364,348,691,970.64 cR
Social Welfare (0%): 0.00 cR
Healthcare (13%): 676,647,570,802.61 cR
Education (12%): 624,597,757,663.95 cR
Religion & Spirituality (0%): 0.00 cR
Defense (30%): 1,561,494,394,159.88 cR
Law & Order (24%): 1,249,195,515,327.90 cR
Commerce (8%): 416,398,505,109.30 cR
Public Transport (7%): 364,348,691,970.64 cR
The Environment (0%): 0.00 cR
Social Equality (0%): 0.00 cR

Unallocated Funds: cr332,232,849,821.25 cR

Military Aid to Lowsten (35%): 100,000,000.00 cR
Military Aid to Valerii (48%): 175,000,000.00 cR
Unannounced (17%): 57 232 849 821 cR



Education expenditures: 175,542,681,600.00 USD
Number of students enrolled in school: 98,565,642
Percentage of population enrolled in school: 13.26%
Number of schools: 96,782
Average school size: 1,018 students
Average class size: 23 students
Strongest focuses of curriculum: Sciences and Mathematics


The Jennings & Rall education system is highly focused on teaching students in the area of science and mathematics, due to the nature of the corporation. Educational facilities are entirely equipped with wireless network access, and students are provided a laptop computer able to access online information sources, continually updated and maintained by the Jennings & Rall Office of Education. The classroom revolves around hands on activities, simulations of real world situations, and the demonstration of knowledge through projects.

Students attend the levels of schooling, elementary school, junior high school, and high school, divided into 12 grade levels which progress by the average age of children. Elementary consists of grades one through five, the student starting their education upon their fourth birthday; junior high school contains grades six through eight, and acts as a buffer between the basic curriculum of the lower schools and the advanced education of high school. High school is made up of grades nine through twelve, and highly focuses on the studies of science and mathematics.

Upon graduation, the average student has progressed to and completed Calculus alongside Discrete Mathematics, as well as Advanced Physics. Students from the J&R school system are highly competitive in the fields of medicine, engineering, and mathematics.


Internet users: 341,325,268
Country code: .jnr
Common host addresses: .com, .net, .org, .jnr, .gov, .edu
Registered domain names: 1,215,145,269
Regulatory agencies: J&R Office of Electronic Surveillance
Censored material: Websites containing anti-government propaganda, information relating to illegal activities, and glorification of acts of terrorism.


The network infrastructure of Jennings & Rall is highly advanced, and wireless internet connectivity covers nearly 98.236% of the nations total land area. The availability of the internet has lead to a revolution in everyday life, as more and more information and services become reliant on the high speed internet provided by the government. Long distance data transmission is handled by a network of MASER facilities, or by fiber optic cables that are constantly maintained by the nation.

The Jennings & Rall Office of Electronic Surveillance is responsible for monitoring and maintaining the countries internet services, as the Office of Communications, Network Security, and Data Management are contained within the organization. Internet activities are heavily monitored, however, users enjoy nearly unlimited freedom while using the service.


Minimum military age: 18 years
Percentage of total population enlisted in military service: .00277%
Available manpower: 289,214,110
Manpower fit for active service: 286,325,147


Percent of government budget spent on military: 26%
Military expenditures: 228,205,486,080.00 cR
Amount spent per individual service member: 350,000 cR

Breakdown of Service Branches:

Jennings & Rall Marine Corps: 416,000 personnel
Jennings & Rall Army: 743,000 personnel
Jennings & Rall Navy: 402,000 personnel
Jennings & Rall Air Force: 368,000 personnel
Jennings & Rall Coastal Defense: 101,000 personnel

Ravenwood Solutions: 12,955 contractors

Total private contractors: 12,955
Total active duty personnel: 1,520,000

Total: 324,670


Squad: 5 enlisted
Combat Team: 10 enlisted (2 squads)
Platoon: 50 enlisted, 3 officers (5 combat teams)
Company: 200 enlisted, 20 officers (4 platoons)
Battalion: 800 enlisted, 95 officers (4 companies)
Regiment: 3200 enlisted, 400 officers (4 battalions)
Division: 25,600 enlisted, 3,200 officers (8 regiments)

*excludes command units

International Relations:

Major Treaties:

Coalition Charter (Defunct)
North Point Treaty (Lowsten)


Nations with diplomatic contact:

The Democratic Republic of Comorostan
The Empire of Chazaka
The Liberal Republic of Parilisa

Nations with diplomatic alliances:

The Democratic Republic of Lowsten
The Commonwealth of Valerii

Nations with diplomatic relations cut off:

The Federation of the Serbian Soviet Union
The Scientific Conglomerate of Buuta

Ambassadors Received:

Comorostani Ambassador John Hirch
Chazaka Ambassador Jackson O'Beal

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Economic Relations:

Nations with trade pacts:

The Confederacy of Defense Corporations
The Liberal Republic of Parilisa

Nations with no trade:

Nations embargoed:


Military Relations:

Allied nations:

Neutral nations:

Hostile nations:


Immigration, Travel, and Customs Restrictions:


Passports with photo identification are required to travel between foreign nations and Fells Point, and restrictions are few on who can and can not enter the country. Fells Point Citizens may travel to any country and return with only proof of citizenship.


Passports are required to travel between foreign nations and Fells Point, however baggage is checked more frequently, and government agents may accompany international flights to and from destinations. Fells Point Citizens may travel between any country with valid photo identification and passport, citizens bags may be checked while departing or entering the country.


Passports, additional photo identification, and proof of citizenship are required for travel between foreign nations and Fells Point. Citizens may only travel to neutral or allied countries, and will be subject to security checks, required passport and proof of citizenship.


Travel between foreign nations and Fells Point is highly restricted, only people cleared by the Department of Defense may enter the country, all cargo must be checked thoroughly before entering the country. Citizens may only travel on a need to basis, and must be cleared by the Department of Defense.


No travel is permitted unless under direct orders from a government agency, goods may only enter the country under military escort and after clearing numerous security checks.


National animal: None
National flag design adopted: 1935
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