Singapore has a well-deserved reputation as a squeaky-clean nation with business-friendly policies. But is trouble brewing in paradise? Not exactly, the Economist Intelligence Unit reports in this engaging overview, but the 50-year-old city-state has begun to show its age. Lagging productivity, a shrinking workforce and a politically awakening populace pose challenges, but Singapore remains an economic miracle in many ways. getAbstract recommends this concise report to executives and policy makers seeking insights into this model economy.
In this summary, you will learn
- What Singapore has achieved in 50 years of independence,
- How its population is changing and what that means for its continued economic growth, and
- What challenges the city-state will face in the future.
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