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|Ministry of Prosperity|
|Ministerium von Wohlstandes|
|Seal for the Ministry of Prosperity|
|Formed||March 30, 2009|
|Jurisdiction||The Prussian Empire|
|Headquarters||Quarthe, Germany, Prussian Empire|
|Ministers responsible|| Ilsa Friedel, Minister of Prosperity|
Jürgen Scheele, Deputy Minister of Prosperity
|Agency executives|| Count Maximilain Graf von Armin, Senior Officer for Industry |
Herbert Matthess, Senior Officer for Agriculture
Theodor Lichtenberger, Senior Officer for Business
|Parent agency||General Staff|
|Child agencies|| Prussian Economic Management Agency|
Prussian Regulatory Management Agency
Prussian Food and Drug Agency
|Key document||Guidelines for Regulations|
The Ministry of Prosperity of the Prussian Empire is the main government agency responsible for the regulation and general management of the Prussian economy. The Ministry is among the biggest of the 7 Ministerial Offices of the Prussian Empire, as it plays an astoundingly large role in internal affairs. The Ministry splits itself into 3 departments, the Departments of Agriculture, Industry and Business. It also has 3 other agencies that operate under its authority; the Prussian Economic Management Agency, the Prussian Regulatory Management Agency and the Prussian Food and Drug Agency.
The Ministry of Prosperity is defined in the Constitution as:
- The sole Ministry that is given the responsibility by the General Staff to ensure the safety of the Prussian people in regards to safety codes and food, and to ensure that proper and prosperity-forwarding regulations are introduced and enforced in the economy. No agency will hold power over these areas except for the Ministry of Prosperity and the Chief of General Staff himself.
The proper management of the Ministry and the function of its layout are based in the guidelines written by Alfred von Schliefen in the document "On the Role and Structure of the Ministries," which was written following the adoption of the Prussian Constitution.
Departments and OfficesEdit
The Ministry of Prosperity is organized into 3 separate departments and several Offices in order to better manage the Ministry's responsibilities.
Department of IndustryEdit
Department of AgricultureEdit
Department of BusinessEdit
There are 3 child agencies of the Ministry of Prosperity, each of which cooperate with all three Departments.
Prussian Economic Management AgencyEdit
Prussian Regulatory Management AgencyEdit
Prussian Food and Drug AgencyEdit