Trade and Commerce

The Citizenry of Ramaxia owns all natural resources and the means of extracting those resources. Natural reserves are allocated freely to companies that provide technology designed to maintain the Collective, advance the military, or enable infrastructure advancement. Companies privately owned by the clans, lines, and houses offer non-essentials to the populace to acquire additional credit beyond providing citizenry-essentials.

Technology and goods utilized in the care of the populace are called Citizenry-Essential. Non-essential products and services provided at a cost to individual citizens are called Citizenry-Market.

Distinctions between a citizenry-essential and citizenry-market:

[1] Tharspin is freely accessible (citizenry-essential) to businesses like Acari Utari because they supply the materials needed to maintain citizenry-transit and improve dome infrastructure. If Acari Utari desires more tharspin than allocated, they must pay Ramaxia for it. Acari Utari creates and sells private transports (like the Bizakask Glide) in the citizenry-market to acquire this needed extra tharspin at cost.

[2] Farms, ranches, lakes, rivers, and springs, are the property of Ramaxia. The government makes all goods produced from these resources available for free at the Ramaxi Market, a collection of storefronts located in Pikalit Prime. For many generations, Subaki crowded the Ramaxi Market to buy raw goods (citizenry essential) to prepare meals for their pods. In the Second Gen era, a citizenry-market formed around prepackaged or prepared items made available for purchase by credit. Today a citizen can buy packaged foodaxi items (citizenry market) at a credixoopaxi or spend her credit on prepared meals at a foodapaxo.

[3] Bulk textiles began when original subject Ilogwo used the Femaki`xirpaxul’s multi-protein complexes to create the first reams of material. House Gwo was the first to provide necessary clothing to the subjects and then uniforms to the military and service industries. In the Ramax Gen era, synthetic textiles were produced and then given to the citizenry for free as a citizenry-essential. During the Second Gen, select stylists began acquiring specialty-made materials from House Gwo, creating a citizenry-market around fashionable clothes (citizenry-market) and linens. In the Fifth Gen years, these stylists grew wealthy enough to acquire materials at cost, prompting House Gwo to subsidize style houses and corner the market.

10 of the Largest Corporations
Ranked by Highest Credit Worth

(C-Essential Affiliation – C-Market Affiliation)

  • Gwo Textiles
    • (Uniforms, Linens) – (Fashion Industry)
  • Tol Faxutopax
    • (Faxuto Processing) – (Foodaxi Industry)
  • Wram Constructs
    • (Biotechnology, Genetics) – (Citizenry-Tech, Foodaxi Industry)
  • Ukel Systems
    • (Information Technology) – (Digicast, Citizenry-Tech Industries)
  • Tegal Sustenance
    • (Grain Processing) – (Foodaxi Industry)
  • Brigitat Digitronics
    • (Information Technology) – (Digicast, Citizenry-Tech Industries)
  • Acari Utari
    • (Infrastructure Technology) – (Transport Industry)
  • Sok Dirtoxi
    • (Construction, Infrastructure) – (Fashion Industry)
  • Dox Pharmaceuticals
    • (Bio-Technology) – (Foodaxi, Fashion Industries)
  • Pentalux Constructs
    • (Biotechnology, Genetics) – (Transport Industry)

Trade with Helovx-Nations

The export of natural resources and citizenry-market items to helovx-nations falls under the jurisdiction of the Third Office.

The export of tharspin and toxian coal are carefully regulated, as is all technology related to air quality and agriculture, with only Brasilia and the Slavic Empire having access to food-replication technology. Ramaxia imports and exports packaged and bottled foodaxi; the only restrictions are on alcoholic beverages. (see Antarctica City).

Since the Ninth Gen ascendancy, there is a blanket ban on all programmable tech and kyrs-powered items like maneuverable transportsaxicofilmarks, BEBBLE units, and bivels.