What Is Unique About Singapore?
Singapore is small in size – We are the third smallest country in Asia with an approximate size of 0.9 times that of New York City.
Singapore is the third most densely populated country worldwide (8,323 per square km – 2022) after Macao and Monaco, more than 200 times as dense as USA and 2,000 times as Australia.
Singapore Does Not Have Land And Natural Resources.
How Did Singapore Grow Its Economy Until It Became First World Country?
Demand and Supply
What Is Supply?
What Is Demand?
Can Singapore Grow Its Land?
Are We China or Malaysia?
We Do Not Have Agriculture, Livestock, Minerals & Oil Deposits.
Is There Supply?
Shipping Lanes and Border Limitations
Very Limited Resources
Where Is Demand?
20 to 30 years ago, Singapore’s economy was mainly in heavy industries and lower value manufacturing heavily reliant on foreign labour.
Today, Singapore is a robust and advanced economy attracting High Value People (Foreign Talent).
Affluent Foreigners Seeking A Safe Haven For Their Family & Wealth
Are Singapore Households Financially Healthy?
There Were 10 Rounds of Cooling Measures Since 2009 To Cool Down The Property Market?
Is This Good News Or Bad News?
2021 Number of Resident Households – 1.39m
a) Married Couple-Based with Children – 643.5K
b) Married Couple-Based without Children – 247.4K
c) Lone Parent – 84K
d) Living Alone – 216.8K
e) Others – 197.4K
2011 Number of Resident Households – 1.146m
a) Married Couple-Based with Children – 647.5K
b) Married Couple-Based without Children – 177.6K
c) Lone Parent – 80K
d) Living Alone – 113.4K
e) Others – 126K