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Nasser Région administrative spéciale du Royaume fédéral de andalouise
Nasser / Νάσερ / Náser
Flag of Nasser
Coat of Arms of Nasser
Flag Coat of Arms
Motto: "Espérer"
Hope
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Location of Nasser within Andalus
Location of Nasser within Andalus
Official languages Andalusian
Ethnic groups 31% Métis
29% Columbian
11% East Althenian
10% Bakri
19% Others
Demonym Nasir
Sovereign state Federal Kingdom of Andalus
Government Unitary semi-presidential republic
• Chief Executive
Simone Accouyer
• Prime Minister
Gerard Martin
Legislature Nasir Parliament
Ceded to Etrusque
• Treaty of Nasser
March 11, 1834 (1834-03-11)
• Return to Andalusian sovereignty
December 31, 1999 (1999-12-31)
• Water (%)
5.0
Population
• 2016 estimate
7,291,129
• 2010 census
7,093,191
GDP (PPP) 2014 estimate
• Total
$572.44 billion
• Per capita
$83,073 (2nd)
GDP (nominal) 2013 estimate
• Total
$556.29 billion
• Per capita
$80,725
HDI (2016) .910
very high · n/a
Currency Nasser Dollar (N$)
Drives on the right
Calling code +221
Internet TLD .na

Nasser (Beidar: ناصر‎ ; literally: "one who gives victory"), officially the Nasser Special Administrative Region of the Kingdom of Andalus, is an autonomous territory on the southern coast of Andalus on the Nasir Peninsula. With 6.9 million residents of various nationalities, Nasser is the world's fourth most densely populated sovereign state or territory.

Nasser is one of the world's most significant financial centres, with the highest Financial Development Index score and consistently ranks as one of the world's most competitive and freest economic entities. As the world's 10th largest trading entity, its legal tender, the Nasir dollar, is the world's 16th most traded currency. Due to it's high level of autonomy from Andalus, it is also a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the East Althenian Sphere. Nasser's tertiary sector dominated economy is characterized by simple taxation with a competitive level of corporate tax and supported by its independent judiciary system.