Infrastructure is the key to economic growth in Asia. Singapore, with its track record, wants to lead the way as a financing and facilitating hub for the sector.

SINGAPORE (Oct 25): Singapore’s container port, one of the busiest in the region, is all set to have a new and bigger home in Tuas. Its existing terminals at Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, Brani and Pasir Panjang are being gradually relocated to the new mega port, freeing up land for new projects such as the Great Southern Waterfront.

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