As you browse the economic forecast you see many business opportunities in this region. All it takes is a bit of cash and a bright idea. Perhaps it is time to invest?Eymadaldís economy:
The housewar that raged across the province from yr 108 and smoldered on all the way through yr 111 has left the Eymadald economy in poor shape. The inhabitants of the region had been jubilant in the first year of the war when their troops raided into the southern territories and returned with heaps of spoils. The situation soon reversed when House Vindictus called upon House Hegemur to assist them while they were engaged at the Dakani front. The technologically vastly superior Hegemur forces swiftly blockaded all traderoutes and demanded absurdly high toll fees for any shipment that contained anything else than humanitarian aid. Many small trading companies eventually went bankrupt as a result. There is still some resentment among the merchant class towards both Houses Vindictus and Hegemur. The economy has yet to pick up again, and the average unemployment rate has skyrocketed to the horrific total of 11,57% of the regionís work-able citizens. These desperate people are in dire need of relief and look towards their new governor with both hope and fear.
Eymadaldís industry consists for the most part of farms and plantations that produce a myriad of different spices due to itís favourable climate. As a side effect the slavetrade also blossoms due to the massive slave workforce needed to operate the plantations and processing plants. Because of the ready availability of highly exotic flora in the region the pharmaceutical market is big and getting even bigger. A shift in disease patterns and the lifting of religious and governmental restrictions by Empress Jamyl Sarumís Imperial Authorities set the stage for economical growth. However this growth potential is also accompanied by uncertainty among investors around the future of the Eymadaldís infamous regulatory environment, disease trends, prescription patterns, religiously motivated blockage on research and development capability, poorly allocated health care spending, and the poor infrastructure in the more outlying settlements.Notable corporations based in Eymadald:Vitae Sanctus:
Vitae Sanctus (VS) is a corporation devoted to pharmaceutical research and production. It has approximately 13,000 employees and 19 facilities in the region and is headquartered in Dam-CaÔn. They maintain their largest production facility in Emoru city in the Serun sector of Eymadald. Vitae Sanctus produces a broad line of pharmaceuticals. Their production of Vitoc bans them from trading with both the Minmatar Republic and Gallente Federation that added them to their blacklist. Ugat & Rahek:
Ugat & Rahek (U&R) is a young corporation that was founded and remains based in Eymadald with their headquarter in Dam-CaÔn. Itís warehouses and processing plants dominate the industrial areaís in the north, especially near the capital of Dam-CaÔn. It has approximately 56.000 employees spread over 119 facilities in Eymadald. The company was founded by the businessmen Sipar Ugat and Argat Rahek in EST 12. By cleverly manipulating the market and exploiting the ancient regulations in Eymadaldís unique trade registry they have managed to maintain their monopoly on the spice-market for almost a century. The plantations of the region are more or less forced to sell their wares to the company by following a rigid guild system that is most favourable to U&R that is conveniently required to appoint the guild master, which has without exception always been the U&R CEO.