Singapore looks to brands for economic salvation


By Alan Wheatley, Asian Economics Correspondent SINGAPORE, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Get government out of business? Weaken the currency? Build global brands? Singapore is urgently seeking ways to reinvent an economic model that delivered heady growth for years but looks increasingly past its sell-by date. In the latest contribution to an anguished debate, the city-state's Institute of Policy Studies published a long list of recommendations on Friday of how Singapore can stay ahead of the pack ...

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