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Ask the Experts: This Remarkable Success Will Help Singapore Prosper in 2011

Raghuram Rajan, Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business and author of Faultlines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten The World Economy explains how and why Singapore will prosper in 2011

Key Points:
- Singapore is located in a region that will be a big source of global growth
- Singapore’s focus has been to ride the growth by providing value added services to growth giants like China and India, and has been successful in this
- The focus on education and high tech enterprise has also benefitted Singapore
- Liberalising of Singapore society and economy is an important next step that must happen to attract world class talent

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Broadcast Date 29 November 2010
Video Duration 00:02:44
Programme Ask the Experts: This Remarkable Success Will Help Singapore Prosper in 2011
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