Singapore’s Boomtown Dream Gets Hazy

Half a million foreigners moved to Singapore between 2003 and 2008, many of them wealthy. Boston Consulting Group found in a recent study that 10% of Singapore’s residents have investible assets of $1 million or more, the densest concentration of millionaires in the world, and more than twice the ratio in the U.S.

Singapore’s Boomtown Dream Gets Hazy

Todays, 27th March 2009 Singapore Expat News come from “Wall Street Journal“.

Singapore had five strong years of rising economy numbers and even more rising property prices. Expatriates flooded the country, and the country with money. Big projects were started by private investors as well as the own government which momentary came to a stand still when the financial crisis hit.
Read the article about failed projects, property number forecasts and how Singapore’s plans to become South-East Asia’s Dubai.

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Comments: What Do You Think About The Current Property Prices?

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