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Ruan Economic History
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Preface: The Hundred Days War and Ruan
5. Ruan Economics After the War
- The Appearance of New Entrepreneurs
- Contrasting Tourism Resource Development Policy
6. Challenges for the New Generation
- Internationalization of Airship Routes and Ruan
| Though being in the midst of great advances with regards to transit technology following the Orbal Revolution, Ruan's economic epicenter remained as before, centered on the import and export of goods through its seaport, with the Erebonian Empire occupying a significant position as a strategic partner in trade.
Consequently, at the conclusion of the Hundred Days War, cooling relations with the Empire meant serious repercussions for this seaport city. This situation forced merchants to tread new ground and, as a result, pioneered enterprise which created domestic demand and developed tourism resources.
At present, though these measures and policies have finally begun to bear fruit, there still remain a number of issues which have yet to be resolved.