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The development of Singapore to a first world nation in record time has been hailed the world over as an economic miracle. Singapore’s nominal GDP grew from 500 USD in 1965 to 56000 USD in 2015, on par with Germany and the United States. Yet this remarkable story is hardly ever told.
How did this small country with limited natural resources manage to pull this off? What were the major industries that helped shaped the economy of Singapore then and now? What are the major shifts and pivots we made? For example, how and why did port and shipping activities morph over the past years?
Back in the 80s, we were obsessed with the word hub. And being a hub of many industries - banking, oil refinery, aviation, and many others. So afraid of being left out that we made it an art form to be globally relevant.
Join us as we bring this story to life and open your eyes to what's made in Singapore.
Made in Singapore is available for group bookings from September onwards. Till further notice, this tour is open to group bookings only. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +6564631031.
You are here on business and are intrigued about Singapore’s economic history and activities.
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A broad overview of Singapore's economy. The major pillars of the economy then and now.
A visit to the fascinating maritime museum.
A behind-the-scenes peek at a local tea company.
A visit to an urban farm in the heart of Singapore.
A dry rendition of economic archaeology.
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