Website of the Kingdom of Kemedal Gwefan y Frenhiniaeth y Cymoedd


Introduction
Traditionally, the two pillars of the Kemedalian economy were agriculture, fishery, and coal mining. The latter two collapsed however in the 27th and 28th decades after the coastal waters of Kemedal became depleted due to overfishing and coal mining production was ceased. Several thousands of jobs went lost. The 29th decade brought further troubles with the collapse of the Gronk Empire (of which Kemedal had been part until then) and the annexation of Kemedal by Ansonia. After independence in 302 the government focused on the expansion of successful minor sectors of the economy such as the manufacturing sector, and the investment in the creation and diversification of new branches such as tourism, the film industry, and the ICT sector. Unemployment was 5.2% in 317.

The national currency of Kemedal is the Coron (Crown).

Agriculture, forestry, and mining
The central parts of the country (roughly the States of Bala, Corwn, and Gwaun) are largely agricultural. Agriculture in Kemedal is based on medium- to large-sized dispersed units and intensive farming. The country produces a wide variety of crops and livestock products, such as green vegetables, corn, wheat, barley, nuts, cherries, edible mushrooms, dairy products, poultry, and beef.

Further to the east, forestry plays an important role as well among the rural communities and the industry. Castell Gronc is home to the Sgwr Group, the country's largest paper producer, and the State of Llidiard hosts several furniture companies such as Ddyllunia and Rhoipobydd. The mining industry takes place in Llidiard as well; although most of the coal mines are now defunct, there are several smaller iron mines that are still being exploited. Kemedal is also a producer of copper and tin.

Industry
Kemedalian industry is diversified and ranges from aerospace (AwyrCywir), railway, textiles, and electronics, to food, chemicals, and wood pulp. Modern technology-based industries such as biotechnology and information technology have been developed on several locations throughout the country.

Tertiary sector
Since the country's independence, the government has stimulated the expansion of the banking and insurance sectors and tried to attract foreign companies with attractive legislation and taxes. Tourism is a booming sector as well, with the coastal areas (most notably the three islands of the Three Guardians (Y Tri Gwarchodwyr) off the mainland coast), the Lake District, and the mountaneous area in the southeast being presented as the country's top destinations. The government is however sometimes accused of too casual a relation with historical accuracy, as descriptions of insignificant monuments were given a more 'thrilling' character, and a number of small castles without any historical context was built from scratch between 306 and 316 - and quite unnecessarily so, as there are several castles and ruins in Kemedal.

Science and technology
(To be elaborated)

Energy
(To be elaborated)