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Singapore's biggest danger: complacency

The Economist says the country faces vastly different threats from 50 years ago


SINGAPORE - South-east Asia's "miracle city state" - will need to change if it wants to continue to thrive in its second half-century and better tackle changing headwinds such as land scarcity and a rapidly ageing population, says The Economist.

In a special report on the

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