SINGAPORE (Jan 11): The headwinds of geopolitical stresses, market turbulence and policy uncertainties in the major global economies are no friend to small, open and trade-­dependent Singapore.

Apart from finding new economic growth drivers, Singapore also faces growing socio-economic issues at home. For one, it has a rapidly ageing population, which has implications for its housing and healthcare policies.

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