Positive figures released by State Economic Bureau shows state coffers growing

The sale of state assets to foreign minifigs has brought in an estimated £250m in funds to the exchequer the State Economic Bureau have announced.

The much needed money will assist the Empire pay off debts accrued since the 2006 boom years.

The secret arms deal to Caprica was clearly a key component in the returns. Sources close to the Ministry of Finance indicate that the state was building up an economic “war chest” and was readying itself to binge buy building resources in the new year.