SINGAPORE (Feb 26): The government’s spending on healthcare and education is in a steep secular uptrend as it copes with an ageing society and technological disruption. But its spending on transport is set to leapfrog ahead of both these expenditure items in fiscal year (FY) 2018 as plans to expand Singapore’s airport and build new rail links to Malaysia are unfurled.

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