The city has the fifth highest gross metropolitan product (GMP) on the NeoAmerican continent, and also has the third highest export to import ratio. Tungsten City is a major world financial center, with the fourth largest central business district on the NeoAmerican continent and the sixth highest Credit exchange rate in the world. In addition to the tungsten mine that the city was founded around, its manufacturing, printing, food processing, textile, telecommunications, and various leisure corporations play a major part in the city's economic standing. Tungsten is also home to one of the most advanced medical and pharmaceutical corporations in the world.

The city's governor, Amadeus Marco LaFontaine is also the head of its largest corporation, LaFontaine Industries. The governor leads the city's council which is made up of five Council Chairs, a Treasurer, and a Secretary who all serve as the city's legislative/executive force. The council enacts local ordinances and approves the city budget. Government priorities and activities are established in a budget ordinance usually adopted during the eighth month of each year. Civil and criminal law cases are heard in the Tungsten City District Courts, while more serious offenses are handled by the Tungsten City Municipal Court.

Intra-city transportation is handled by the Tungsten City Department of Transportation, and available transportation includes rail and/or streetcars, rapid-transit lines, and small personal vehicles that can be rented from the appropriate authority.

About Tungsten City

Tungsten is the third largest city-state on the NeoAmerican continent. With nearly two million residents, it is the fifth most populous city-state in the world. It was founded in 2K589, near a large deposit of, predictably, tungsten, a chemical element also known as wolfram. The city remains a major hub of industry and technological advancement; it is known for having the most reliable and efficient intra-city telecommunications system.

Tungsten City has many upscale dining establishments and is well known for its city-center's night life. The downtown area is also the hub of the city's financial, cultural, and commercial institutions, including the headquarters of its largest corporation, LaFontaine Industries; the LaFontaine Headquarters building is the largest building in the city, in terms of height. Also located in the downtown city-center area is the largest of the city's “green spaces,” areas where near-extinct foliage has been tended to and encouraged to grow and prosper, as well as the famed Industrial History Museum. The South Side of the downtown area is known for its abundance of bars and casinos.

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