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Trāspotanyon son Oheme̊ (oa)
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Official languagesOhemian
 • Regional languagesTargaratian, Ingerish
GovernmentFederal Constitutional Monarchy
 • MonarchNormodes II and III
 • PresidentCālingər Samsadicāron
 • Estimate (2022)29,245,400
 • Total$736.344 billion
 • Per capita$41,768
HDI (2023)Increase 0.828
very high
TimezoneWUT + 2
CurrencyCod (OHK)

Ohemia (officially the Federation of Ohemia, colloquially known as Oheme̊) is a sovereign state located in Eastern Uletha. It is bordered by the nation of Suria to the south-west, UL20c to the south, Escadia to the north-west, UL20a to the north, and the Kapsen Sea to the east. The nation has an area of xxx square kilometers and a population of over 35 million people. The capital and largest city is Corrostance, with a population of over 5 million. Other major cities include Soprasser, Roston and Sallingarin; the largest urban area is Samandy.

The origins of the name "Ohemia" are uncertain, but it is thought to derive from the kingdom of Ohem that existed in the region before modern times. The Kingdom of Ohemia was established in XXXX after the unification of several smaller states.

Ohemia is a Federal Constitutional Monarchy with a strong tradition of democracy and rule of law. It is considered a well-developed nation in East Uletha, with a fairly good standard of living and human development index. It is also a member of various international organizations, including the Assembly of Nations. Today, Ohemia is a prosperous and modern country with a thriving economy and vibrant culture. Its capital, Corrostance, is a major regional financial center. The nation's traditional strengths in agriculture and manufacturing have been supplemented by growing sectors such as tourism and information technology.


Ohemia is a Federal Constitutional Monarchy

Constituent Subjects

Ohemia can be divided into several subjects.

Internal Unincorporated Subjects

Flag Emblem Name Capital Code Subject Type Classical Region (Stārcon) Area Population
Republic Of Costantirut Hanasidion RC Republic Harlakayl (Hārlācīl)
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Republic Of Narsany-Targarat Salingarin RN Republic Narsany Region (Nārsane̊)
Scintopol Federal City Scintopol SIT Federal City Narsany Region (Nārsane̊)

Internal Incorporated Subjects

Flag Emblem Name Capital Code Subject Type Classical Region (Stārcon) Area Population
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Corrostance Federal City Corrostance CT Federal City Central Region (Sineter)
Elvorin Langarin EL State Elvorin Region
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Gilongad GI Province Harlakayl (Hārlācīl)
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Lavaransy Astrazanca LV Province Greater Samandy (Samande̊)
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Lasarne LA State Narsany Region (Nārsane̊)
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Milgan MI Province Elvorin Region
Postrof Postrohod PO Province Lycene Region (Li̊cīsər)
Poznalucon PZ State Central Region (Sineter)
Roston Federal City Roston RT Federal City Lycene Region (Li̊cīsər)
Roston-Garmansia RG Province Lycene Region (Li̊cīsər)
Samandy SA State Greater Samandy (Samande̊)
Santargin Santarginpol SN Province Lycene Region (Li̊cīsər)
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Sastuant Stoyobotsa SS Province Harlakayl (Hārlācīl)
Severastion SE Province Harlakayl (Hārlācīl)
Soprasser Federal City Soprasser ST Federal City Greater Samandy (Samande̊)
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Staporning-Vandagad SV State Central Region (Sineter)
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Tassuany TS Province Greater Samandy (Samande̊)
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Thasporia TA State Lycene Region (Li̊cīsər)
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Tatany TT Province Narsany Region (Nārsane̊)

External Subjects

Flag Emblem Name Capital Code Subject Type Classical Region (Stārcon) Area Population


The economy of Ohemia is a capitalist economy that consists of both private and public ownership. The government plays a role in the economy through taxation, spending, and regulation. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Ohemia was $736 billion in 2022, which made it the xth largest economy in the world. The GDP per capita was $41,768, which ranks Ohemia xth in the world. The currency is the Ohemian Cod (archaic: Kod) (OHK). The unemployment rate was 7% in 2018.

The main industries in Ohemia are agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and tourism. The agricultural sector employs about 10% of the workforce and accounts for 8% of the GDP. The main crops grown in Ohemia are wheat and corn. The service sector accounts for about 55% of GDP and employs about 51% of the labor force. This includes transportation, wholesale and retail trade, hotels and restaurants, banking and insurance, real estate, government services, education, health care, and others. The mining sector employs about 3% of the workforce and accounts for 7% of the GDP. The main minerals mined in Ohemia are coal, iron ore, copper, and gold. The manufacturing sector employs about 22% of the workforce and accounts for 20% of the GDP. The main products manufactured in Ohemia are automobiles, chemicals, machinery, metals, and textiles.

The tourism sector employs about 5% of the workforce and accounts for 5% of the GDP. Since 2010, tourism has been one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy. In 2018, Ohemia welcomed over 8 million tourists, setting a new record for tourist arrivals. The government has put policies in place to try to diversify the economy away from its reliance on agriculture and mining. These policies have helped to grow the manufacturing and tourism sectors.

The country still faces challenges such as high levels of political tension, a somewhat inefficient bureaucracy, and a lack of skilled labor. The government of Ohemia has been struggling to reduce its budget deficit and public debt. In 2016, the government announced a series of austerity measures, including cuts to public spending and subsidies, in an attempt to reduce the deficit. However, these measures have been met with protests from the population. In addition, the high levels of unemployment and poverty have made it difficult for the government to implement these austerity measures. The agricultural sector is another area of concern for the economy of Ohemia. The nation is partially dependent on imported food, and its farmers have been struggling to compete with cheap imports from other countries. This has led to a decline in agricultural production, and some farmers have been forced to leave the industry. The challenges facing the economy of Ohemia are significant, but the government is working to address them. In 2017, the government launched a five-year economic plan that includes investments in infrastructure, education, and job creation. With continued effort, the economy of Ohemia could improve in the future.


5 Cod (Kod) Specimen Bank Note

Banking in Ohemia refers to the activities of banks and financial institutions in Ohemia. Banks play a vital role in the economy of Ohemia by providing a range of services including loans, credit, foreign exchange, and other banking services. There are a number of different types of banks operating in Ohemia, including commercial banks, investment banks, and central banks. The banking sector in Ohemia is highly regulated by the government in order to ensure stability and protect consumers. The banking industry is also supervised by the Imperial Bank of Ohemia (Sesenārisər Bānc Son Oheme̊), which is responsible for ensuring that banks operate within the law and comply with prudential regulations.

Ohemia has a large and well-developed banking sector with a large number of banks operating in the country. The five largest banks in Ohemia by assets are the OhemiBank, Tuonsat, Gulon-Arhenson Banc, GandaBanc, and Spanta. These five banks account for around 40% of all bank assets in the country. The banking sector in Ohemia has been significantly affected by the effects of the 2002 Samandian crisis, with a number of major banks experiencing difficulties. However, the sector has shown signs of recovery in recent years and is expected to continue to grow in the future.


The energy industry of Ohemia is the sector of the economy that comprises the production, distribution, and consumption of energy. The energy industry of Ohemia is a major contributor to the country's gross domestic product (GDP) and employs millions of people. The industry is one of the most important sectors of the economy, providing energy for transportation, heating, cooling, and electricity generation. The energy industry also provides fuel for industry and for residential and commercial use. In addition, it supports a wide range of other industries such as mining, manufacturing, and construction.

The energy industry of Ohemia is highly diversified, with a large number of companies involved in the production, distribution, and consumption of energy. The sector includes oil and gas producers, electric utilities, transportation companies, equipment manufacturers, and service providers. The oil and gas industry is the largest source of energy in Ohemia, accounting for more than half of the country's total primary energy supply. The oil and gas industry is composed of upstream (exploration and production), midstream (transportation), and downstream (refining) operations. Electric utilities are the second-largest source of energy in Ohemia, accounting for about one-fifth of the country's total primary energy supply. Electric utilities generate electricity from a variety of sources including coal, natural gas, nuclear power, hydroelectric power, wind power, and solar power.


The modern day infrastructure industry in Ohemia is made up of a number of firms that provide engineering, construction, procurement, project management, and other services necessary for the development and upkeep of infrastructure facilities such as roads, bridges, tunnels, railways, airports, seaports, power plants & transmission lines, water & sewerage systems. The industry employs a workforce of over 1 million people and has an annual turnover of around $18 billion.

Some of the leading firms in the Ohemian infrastructure industry are Zerbeda (construction), NOEC (engineering), Zangard (construction), Goylarz (engineering & construction), Samandy Construction (construction), OhemEng Corporation (engineering). These companies have been involved in some of the major infrastructure projects in recent years such as the expansion of Corrostance Ostrakhon International Airport, reconstruction of flood-damaged roads & bridges in Ohemian Lycene region, construction of R1 motorway linking Corrostance with Soprasser.

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