Saturday, 28 December 2019

Singapore's Economic Success



Singapore started as a separate country in 1965. The economic growth has been impressive. The tiny country had no natural resources. The population was low. The location and natural harbor helped in the economic growth.

The island city is impressing with economic activity. Singapore is an island city-state off southern Malaysia. It is an interesting global financial center with a tropical climate. It has a multicultural population. Singapore has a red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha's teeth. The GDP per capita of Singapore in 2018 was $64,579. In 2017, it was $60,297.

2 comments:

  1. Singapore has some pretty weird rules. There is something about no singing allowed, no connecting to another person’s WIFI, no feeding pigeons, always flush toilets, no smoking in public, rules about walking around your house naked, no littering, no selling gum in Singapore and no spitting in public.

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  2. Singapore Air and Qantas Avoid Flights Over Iran After Attacks.

    Singapore Airlines Ltd. and Qantas Airways Ltd. were among carriers that diverted flights to avoid Iranian airspace.

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