Resources are Teri also and items which can be very useful to the expansion and development of your nation, as they allow better troops and buildings to be made, and can even be sold for profit.
This chart lists all the resources, which nations they can be found in, and what they are used for.
||Guinea, Kazakhstan, China, Russia, India, Brazil, Australia, Guyana, Ghana, Egypt, Cameroon, Jamaica, Mongolia, Sierra Leone, Suriname, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Greece, Venezuela, Ukraine, Hungary, Mali, Cambodia, Laos, and Malawi
||Producing Aircraft Parts
||Zimbabwe, South Africa, Madagascar, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Swaziland, Pakistan, Philippines, Iran, Russia, India, Egypt, Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, Ghana, Finland, and Albania
||Producing Aircraft Parts
||Chile, Australia, Russia, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Japan, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Ukraine, Romania, Hungary, Serbia, Albania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Turkey, Greece, Uganda, Sudan, Eritrea, United States, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Canada, Iran, Oman, Poland, Greenland, Bolivia, and Argentina.
||Cote d'Ivoire, New Zealand, Bulgaria, Sweden, Australia, Chile, Nigeria, Mali, Portugal, France, Austria, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Guinea, Ghana, Togo, Burkina Faso, Niger, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, South Africa, Namibia, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Egypt, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Guyana, Mexico, United States, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Japan, Indonesia, India, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Slovakia, Ukraine, Finland, Italy, and Greenland.
||Russia, United States, China, Algeria, Kazakhstan, South Africa, Egypt, India, Australia, Brazil, Nigeria, Angola, Liberia, Mauritania, Canada, France, Iran, Ukraine, Tunisia, Zimbabwe, Guinea, Zambia, North Korea, Mongolia, Laos, Mexico, United Kingdom, Peru, Kyrgyzstan, Spain, Morocco, Argentina, Pakistan, Chile, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Cote d'Ivoire, Germany, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Libya, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Romania, Cameroon, Belarus, Cambodia, Sweden, Georgia, Niger, Slovakia, and Greenland
||Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Timor-Leste, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Turkmenistan, Russia , Libya, India, United States of America, Mexico, Peru, Canada, China, Iran , Indonesia, Iraq, Germany, United Arab Emirates, Argentina, France, Australia, Italy, Syria, Pakistan, Oman, Turkey, Brunei, Tunisia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Poland, Kazakhstan, Andorra, Thailand, Tajikistan, Slovakia, Austria, Taiwan, Philippines, United Kingdom, Gabon, Chad, Afghanistan, Spain, Yemen, Romania, Burma, Bolivia, Trinidad and Tobago, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Azerbaijan, Angola, Japan, Bangladesh, Chile, Mozambique, Moldova, Jordan, Guyana, Ecuador, Netherlands, Gibraltar, Israel, Cuba, Morocco, Kuwait, Qatar, Gibraltar, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Nigeria, Albania, South Sudan, Georgia, Macedonia, Suriname, Bulgaria, New Zealand, Slovenia, Serbia, Somalia, Hungary, Switzerland, Cameroon, Madagascar, Sweden, Greece, Croatia, Latvia, Senegal, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan, Lithuania, Ethiopia, Denmark, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Vietnam, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Niger, Republic of Congo, Mongolia, Nepal, Laos, and Belgium
||Fueling Naval, Aircraft, and Tank Units
||Tunisia, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Brazil, Senegal, Russia, Iraq, Mexico, Uzbekistan, Finland, Ukraine, Spain, Western Sahara, Tanzania, South Africa, Namibia, Algeria, Togo, Niger, Burkina Faso, Peru, Jordan, Iran, and Turkmenistan.
||Kazakhstan, Romania, Finland, Norway, Ukraine, Russia, Egypt, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, and Chile
||Producing Aircraft Parts & Steel
||Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Bolivia, South Africa, Uzbekistan, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Uganda, Sweden, Finland, Tajikistan, Mongolia, Austria, and Liechtenstein
||Producing Motor Parts
Visit main article: Aluminum
Required for producing Aircraft Parts.
Visit main article: Oil
Required to fuel Naval, Aircraft, and Tank units.
Visit main article: Fertilizer
Required in producing Consumer Goods.
Visit main article: Steel
Required in producing Tanks, Capital Ships and Motor Parts.
Visit main article: Phosphate
Required in producing Fertilizer.
Visit main article: Chromium
Required in producing Aircraft Parts.
Visit main article: Aircraft Parts
Required in producing Aircraft and Aircraft Carriers.
Visit main article: Consumer Goods
Your population has a certain demand for these goods. Once the demand is met, you will get a hefty +25% stability boost. The larger the population, the more consumer goods you need and the more civilian factories you will need.
Visit main article: Iron
Required in producing Steel.
Visit main article: Copper
Required in producing Electronics.
Visit main article: Titanium
Required in producing steel and aircraft parts.
Visit main article: Motor Parts
Required in producing tanks and Consumer Goods.
Visit main article: Electronics
Required in building Radar Stations and producing Consumer Goods.
Required in producing Motor Parts.
Visit main article: Gold
Required in producing Electronics.
Visit main article: Uranium
No current use at the moment, but is found mostly in Africa, Australia, South Korea, and a few other places. You can sell it to AI to make a small of income.
Visit main article: Diamond
No current use at the moment, but is found mostly in Africa, as well as other places, like Australia. Like Uranium, you can sell it to AI nations to make some income.
Kick it to bits!
This article is talking about a feature, formable or mechanic that has been removed from the game.
Lithium is a removed material during the update tests, It could be found in Africa, Australia, Portugal, Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia. It was used to produce Electronics.
Sulfur was a resource found in Africa, Poland, and other random areas. Sulfur was specifically used to create Fertilizer, but was removed because of its rarity making Fertilizer so difficult to produce.
Nickel was a resource that existed for a very short time during the update tests, and had no known uses. It was removed shortly after the tests began.