Flindar is a state in Kazulia which, over to past decades has developed this important role in recent decades, when the capital was moved to Skalm. It has since been the heart of Kazulian culture and politics and one of the most important areas in Northern Dovani.
Flindar extends from Hurut to the Vaulling mountains. The county is conventionally divided into traditional districts. Flindar's western part is a mountainous plateau with forested valleys and high, grassy pastures; its eastern part contains a lowland basin with many lakes and streams.
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The County of Flindar is administrated by the Flindar Municipal Council. The main aim of the County Administrative Board is to fulfil the goals set in national politics by the Stortinget and the Government, to coordinate the interests of the county, to promote the development of the county, to establish regional goals and safeguard the due process of law in the handling of each case. The Flindar Municipal Council is chaired by the County Governor of Flindar.
Whilst Flindar is often viewed as a farming state, agriculture is a relatively small portion of the state's diversified economy, with manufacturing and hydrocarbon production contributing substantially to Flindar's economy. This economic diversity has helped Iowa weather several economic recession in the past better than most counties, with unemployment substantially lower than the rest of the nation. According to the Central Statistical Office, If the economy is measured by gross regional product, Flindar's GRP stands at around 292 billion krona.
Though industrial-scale, commodity agriculture predominates in much of the county, Flindar has seen growth in the organic farming sector. Flindar ranks first in the nation in total number of organic farms. In 4650, there were approximately 900 organic farms in the state, an increase of about 5% from the previous year. Flindar has also seen an increase in demand for local, sustainably-grown food. Southern Flindar, part of the Gressmarkene, has led the county in development of its regional food system and grows and consumes more local food than any other region in Flindar. As of 4650, the direct production and sale of conventional agricultural commodities contributed only about 3.5% of Flindar's gross regional product. The impact of the indirect role of agriculture in Flindar's economy, including agriculture-affiliated business, was calculated at 18.6% value added.
This was lower than the economic impact of non-farm manufacturing, which accounted for 30% of total output. Flindar's main conventional agricultural commodities are cattle, corn, soybeans, oats, eggs, and dairy products. Flindar is the nation's largest producer of ethanol and corn and is home to the region's largest ethanol producing corporation, the Flindar Ethanol and Chemicals Corporation. The 60,000 farms scattered throughout the province produced around 60% of the nation's corn, cattle and dairy products.