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  2. About Singapore

    Singapore (; ; , ), officially the Republic of Singapore (; ; , ), is an island nation located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It lies 137 kilometers (85 miles) north of the Equator, south of the Malaysian state of Johor and north of Indonesia's Riau Islands. At 704.0 km² (272 square miles), it is considered one of the few city-states in the world.

    The main island was a fishing village sparsely populated by indigenous Malays and Orang Lauts when it was colonized by the British East India Company in 1819. The British used the position as a tactical trading outpost along the spice route. Occupied by the Japanese Empire during World War II, it reverted to British rule in 1945 and was later part of the merger which established Malaysia in 1963. Two years later, it left the federation and became an independent republic on August 9 1965. The new republic was admitted to the United Nations on September 21 of the same year.

    Since gaining independence, Singapore has seen its standard of living rise dramatically. Foreign investment and government-led island-wide industrialization have created a modern economy based on electronics and manufacturing, featuring entrepôt and financial trade centering around the country's strategic location. In terms of GDP per capita, Singapore is the 18th wealthiest country in the world. The geographically small nation has a foreign reserve of S$212 billion (US$139 billion).

    The Constitution of the Republic of Singapore established the city-state's political system as a representative democracy while the country has official United Nations' recognition as a parliamentary republic. The People's Action Party has won control of Parliament in every election since self-government in 1959."

  3. Quotes about Singapore

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    2. We're talking with regulators and we're hoping discussions will get them identifying risks because when you talk about the risks of having data in Singapore and you pare it back, it comes down to the governments going to give them stuff that we don't want them to give.
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    3. Singapore is a well-regulated financial center with high safety standards, talented workforce and strategic geo-location. This coupled with our growing customer base in the Asia Pacific region reaffirmed our decision to base ourselves out of Singapore
      In Webfluenz Set to Ride the Wave of Growing APAC Clientele