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|Motto: Bridging the Lands|
|Anthem: Seyler Láfemisav|
|Official languages||Eimami, Shohuanese|
|Recognised regional languages||Terminian|
|-||President||Cayre Midin Zarser|
|-||Prime Minister||Mejarrakim Bucu Siriñeda|
|-||Lower house||National Assembly|
|-||Independence from the Confederation of Keimanese Islands||1 June 1982|
|-||First Constitution||15 July 1982|
64,663 sq mi
|GDP (nominal)||2017 estimate|
|Time zone||Akulanen Standard Time (SCT-1)|
|Drives on the||left|
Eimam, officially the Eimami Federation, is a federal sovereign state in Southern Soltenna bordering Quaxin Xun, Nyatol as well as Bosato to the north, the Gulf of Sharkunen to the east, the Dragon Sea to the west, and Amerhan and Magali to the south. With just over 48 million residents, Eimam is the most populous country in Akulanen with a projected growth rate of 0.95% this coming year. Eimam's population is majority mixed race due to its long history of subjugation by foreign powers such as Shohuan. Eimam's territory comprises of over 800 islands and a continental peninsula on Akulanen. The eastern half of the country generally boasts a humid subtropical climate whilst its western counterpart tends to suffer from heavy rains for most of the year as a result of its tropical monsoon climate.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
The Eimami Icoa is the national currency since the 1 June 2014, which replaced the Eimami Terea at a rate of 571 Terea = 1 Icoa. The Icoa has been regarded as one of the most stable currencies on Sahar, unlike its predecessor which suffered from a high inflation of an average of 79% per year, over the last 6 years of circulation.
Virtually all of Eimam's territory is accessible by public transport. Most cities over 50,000 inhabitants are connected to national highways, especially in the insular regions where billions of Icoa have been invested in the connectivity of the country. Plans to upgrade the A-535 road (Korassune-Antem-Oriosa-Kes) to highway status have been unveiled by the regional governments of Reza-Vitoua and Mayadi to improve the flow of goods from coastal cities to the various port cities in the region with relative ease and without the necessity to travel via Chermasye-Chelmasi on the peninsular highway system.
Science and technology
Eimam is one of the most visited countries on Sahar. Its colonial fortresses, white sand beaches, tall forested peaks, rich culture, tropical climate and relative affordability attract visitors from all over Sahar. Tourism has been the largest fueling factor in the country's economic growth for the past few years.
Largest cities in Eimam
Eimami 2016 population estimate