Singapore, the Mini City-State Build on Trade
Singapore may be one of the smallest nations on planet earth, but its small stature has not stop her from becoming a regional powerhouse in Sea East Asia. Singapore is well-known as the world’s largest container port. Some of the world’s largest commodity trading companies are headquartered here, hence the country is well-placed to expand its role as a major global trading hub.
Singapore generates approximate US$60 billions in GDP per capita. 20% of Singapore’s trade comes from export manufacturing. Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) is currently the world’s 2nd busiest container port in the world. With sound physical infrastructure and logistical capabilities, PSA handled more than 30 million TEU containers in 2012.