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The relative strength of your currency on the global markets. A strong economy will raise this value, which will make exports less competitive, and reduce export income, as well as reducing the spending power of tourists, and vice versa.

A nation's Currency Strength indicates how strong a nation's currency is relative to the global markets.

Strong currencies interfere with International Trade and Tourism while weak currencies actually attract foreign investment.

A nation's Currency Strength depends on its GDP; a high GDP strengthens the nation's currency while a low one weakens it.


Default: 50%

GDP {-0.5+(1*x)} (2)


+/-International Trade {0.2-(0.4*x)} (4)

+/-Tourism {0.12-(0.24*x)} (2)