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    • SINGAPORE Bae, John Brylle L. Morales, Rafael Arri P.
    • PRESENT PROBLEMS
    • What are some of Singapore’s Problems?
      • LACK OF NATURAL RESOURCES MAY RESULT ONTO POVERTY
      • MALAYSIAN CONFLICT
    • 1. LACK OF NATURAL RESOURCES
      • Singapore is highly-urbanized which means less amount of land arable.
      • Natural resources keep getting consumed.
      • Allotted land keeps getting consumed.
    • 2. MALAYSIAN CONFLICT
      • Territorial dispute with Malaysia concerning the sovereignty of Pedra Branca Island.
      • Racial disparity between the Chinese-majority of Singapore and the Muslim-majority of Malaysia which supports their own countries to defend their rights for the said island.
    • PEDRA BRANCA ISLAND
      • Is within territorial waters of Malaysia and is at the same time under the sovereignty of Singapore.
      • Very much popular to many sailors for centuries.
      • “ White rock"
    • EFFECTS
    • 1. LACK OF RESOURCES
      • Some investors and traders in Singapore worry because if the resources in Singapore lose, then they won’t be able to trade with Singapore because Singapore won’t be able to trade products due to the said problem
      • The investments of the investors would turn to nothing and eventually would pull out their investments.
      • Economical problem that would result to their fall to poverty or economic crisis.
    • 2. MALAYSIAN CONFLICTS
      • Affects both the foreign relations of the country and also the relation of their people too.
      • Causes discrimination on both sides of both countries and make the Muslims and the Chinese majority of Singapore hate each other.
    • SOLUTIONS
    • 1. LACK OF NATURAL RESOURCES
      • Settling agreements with other countries like their agreement with Malaysia to supply Singapore half of its water consumption.
    • 2. MALAYSIAN CONFLICT
      • Launching of a budget for air services from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur to introduce to the world the tourism of both countries that would help to improve the economy of both countries
      • IDR or Iskandar Development Region, a joint economic zone of Malaysia and Singapore that would help improve their economy.
    • END