Singapore has to be open to ideas, investment and talent from all over the world. In the process of planning its future path, Singapore must uphold its beliefs and continue to welcome new ideas that can drive the country's development, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Monday at the launch of "Albert Winsemius and Singapore".
Author NTU Albert Winsemius chair professor of economics Euston Quah, said that in an era full of uncertainties and complexities, the strategies and suggestions proposed by Winsemius in those years are still meaningful to the future development of our country. The book was written by Prof Quah and two other NTU researchers.
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