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asian update Development in
Malaysia and Singapore R
ostow's is frequently model used of economic to explain development
the process of development. However, the model has been criticised over the years
and is increas- ingly viewed asanachronistic because it was devised over half a century ago to explain development
at…

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complex was opened in 1984on
first refinery in 1960(beforeindependence) gave the city the basis for future economic strength. substitution It
activities.
also set in train other import-
Stage 3 The quest for developed status The late 1980s and 1990s witnessed a further stage in Singapore'squest for devel- Since
independence in…

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Growth to all sectors of the economy High investment
The take-off /'
Investment increases Beginning to over 10% of gross
of one or more manufacturing industries national product t
2 Preconditions for take-off
Investment is about 5% of gross national product
Export mining and cash cropping
Stagnant and static society…

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asian update Development in
Malaysia and Singapore R
ostow's is frequently model used of economic to explain development
the process of development. However, the model has been criticised over the years
and is increas- ingly viewed asanachronistic because it was devised over half a century ago to explain development
at…

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complex was opened in 1984on
first refinery in 1960(beforeindependence) gave the city the basis for future economic strength. substitution It
activities.
also set in train other import-
Stage 3 The quest for developed status The late 1980s and 1990s witnessed a further stage in Singapore'squest for devel- Since
independence in…

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Growth to all sectors of the economy High investment
The take-off /'
Investment increases Beginning to over 10% of gross
of one or more manufacturing industries national product t
2 Preconditions for take-off
Investment is about 5% of gross national product
Export mining and cash cropping
Stagnant and static society…

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