New Zealand

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Better known as Aotearoa (literally The Land of the Long White Sheeple), New Zealand is an inoffensive collection of small, mostly temperate islands in the South Pacific notable mostly for its inoffensive population of small, mostly temperate people, who only stop being small and temperate when they get onto a rugby field — which they do a lot — or when it comes to creatively murdering each other.

Currency is the New Zealand dollar which, like its namesake the kiwi, is inoffensive, small, brown[1] and helpless (also mostly temperate), except when it isn’t, and it is dominating the world’s FX markets, usually for all the wrong reasons.

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  1. Well, a sort of coppery bronze colour.