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Smarter cities for a smarter world

Finding ways to consolidate areas, from connected societies to open-data sharing, will drive cooperation and the utilisation of multiple smart solutions

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Singapore has been working alongside India's government to develop the first smart city of Amaravati. The two countries can continue to share expertise in areas of urban governance and security for a smarter world.

TRAFFIC congestion, air and noise pollution, or overcrowded public transport. These are just a few of the growing pains of a rapidly urbanising Asia, a region which is expected to be home to 64 per cent of the world's urban population by 2050.

As the population grows, technology keeps

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