First Workplace Democracy of Lehvant Privatized by Conservative Government

The Privatization Administration of Lehvant, formed under the liberal-conservative Development Party, conducted auctions to corporatize the Ghaboun Steel Plant.  In 1979, the Lehvantian Steel Corporation voted to establish the Congress of Industrial Organizations, a federation of unions that organized workers in industrial unions in Lehvant. As a result of their organizing efforts, the Ghaboun Steel […]

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Xiomera signs deal with Roucourt

The Xiomeran government announced today that it has concluded a trade deal with Roucourt. The “resources for guns” deal, as it is being termed in the Xiomeran media, involves trading 34 previous-generation ships from Xiomera’s strategic reserve to Roucourt, along with 40 previous-generation fighter jets and 12 bombers. In return, Xiomera will receive an unspecified […]

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Milintica seeks to export car

The Milintican Ministry of Trade, in cooperation with the Milintican Autoworkers’ Union and MNAC (Milintican National Automotive Cooperative), have announced they will begin exporting the MNAC Model 1 sedan. The MNAC M1 has been manufactured in Milintica for domestic use since 1965, and is originally based off of foreign models built under license by MNAC. […]

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Identity crisis

Xiomeran-themed businesses rebrand in wake of tensions In the Lauchenoirian city of Elopolis, the Tezite restaurant has been a long-popular destination for both locals and visitors seeking Xiomeran cuisine. But in the past year, the owner of the restaurant noticed a huge drop-off in business. “Something was clearly wrong,” Xiucatle, the owner of Tezite, told […]

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Huenya, Laeral sign major agreement

The governments of Huenya and Laeral have signed a major agreement to accelerate the rebuilding of the former Xiomeran territory, officials from both states announced today. The program, dubbed the Laeral-Huenya Economic Corridor, is being described by both countries as a public-private venture, facilitated by the Laeralian government, to help Huenya recover from the aftermath […]

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Huenyans condemn Auria coup

The government of the Huenyan Federation has officially condemned the coup in Auria, and has called on the international community to impose sanctions on that country “until the legitimate government under Queen Sophie is restored.” Speaking at his routinely scheduled beginning-of-week press conference, Vice-Speaker Tiacihitli called the coup “yet another recent example of rogue elements […]

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