Swot Analysis Of Singapore

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Financial Position a. Natural Resources Singapore is a set of islands of 710.2 sq km, located in South Asia between Malaysia and Indonesia (FIG 2.1). As in most islands, the climate of Singapore is tropical, with daily high temperatures moderated by the sea breezes and, thanks to the sea proximity, humidity and rainfalls throughout the year. The country’s territory consists in one main island and 60 smaller islets, which gives Singapore one of its main assets: 193 km of coastline. This coastline allows Singapore to be one of the world’s more powerful commercial hubs with one of the five busiest ports in terms of tonnage handled. Founded as a British colony in 1819, after being internally self-governed since 1959, became part of the Malaysian Federation in 1963 but separated two years later and became a fully independent country. Currently Singapore is a prosperous country with strong international trading links. Singapore belongs to a number of international organizations, including the United Nations, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, and World Trade Organization. The government’s active participation in global governance aims to maintain it sovereignty, keep stability in South Asia and improve free international trade, with a focal point to the Southeast Asian sea routes. The island of Singapore can be classified as a city-state for two reasons; its small

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