Blowin' In The Wind: Singapore a prisoner of its own success
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I'm learning more about success right now, and in paticular what i'm woundering about is how are people more suiccessfull then others? As i was reading in my google reader, this blog caught my attention because it tells me that singpore is a small city of 4.8million people and they are successful in their carerear
Singapore is a tiny city state with just about 4.8 million people. How much can they consume? Not enough to sustain a huge export-based economy like Singapore. The city state’s gross domestic product was 243.16 billion Singapore dollars ($159.1 billion) in 2007 when domestic exports – goods and services produced locally – totalled 234.9 billion Singapore dollars. The domestic market accounted for only 8.26 billion Singapore dollars or about 3.4 percent of the GDP.