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Low Soo Peng Singapore Economy

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Low Soo Peng Singapore Economy

Low Soo Peng Singapore Economy

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  • 1. 4.8% 4.4% 1.6% 2.5% 3.8% 11.0% Total Trade in 2012S$984.9 bil Do You Know 2012? 14.4 M | International Visitor Arrivals 102 | Tourist Hotels 2,030 M | Postal Articles Handled 2.5 M | MRT Weekday Passengers 2,317 | Restaurants 400 | Fast Food Outlets S$1.25 | in Exchange for US$1.00 S$1.61 | in Exchange for €1.00 S$1.98 | in Exchange for £1.00 S$1.57 | in Exchange for ¥100 Japanese Yen 123 | Banks Operating in Singapore 7,843,765 | Main Credit Cards 1,502,591 | Supplementary Credit Cards Real GDP Growth 2012 1.3% 2.1 M | Resident Labour Force 66.6% | Resident Labour Force Participation Rate 46.2 Hrs | Average Weekly Hours Worked 1 1 1 http://www.singstat.gov.sg For more information, please refer to the Themes page http://www.singstat.gov.sg/statistics/browse_by_theme/list_of_themes.html Manufacturing Construction Utilities Wholesale & Retail Trade Transportation & Storage Accommodation & Food Services Information & Communications Finance & Insurance Business Services Other Services Industries Ownership of Dwellings 14.6% 7.7% 20.7% 11.9% 17.0% Nominal GDP 2012 SINGAPORE ECONOMY Stock of Singapore’s Direct Investment Abroad in 2011 (S$bil) United Kingdom Malaysia Hong Kong Stock of Foreign Direct Investment in Singapore in 2011 (S$bil) United Kingdom Netherlands British Virgin Islands Japan United States of America S$105.2 bil S$103.8 bil Indonesia China EU S$79.4 bil S$75.6 bil S$113.4 bil Malaysia United States 38.5 52.5 55.9 77.9 66.3 52.5 37.1 35.4 Australia 82.1 China 34.3 Number, Employment and Value Added of Enterprises, 2012 SME 170,000 1,000 171,000 99% 1% 100% 2.1 1.0 3.1 70% 30% 100% 153.8 155.3 309.1 50% 1) SMEs (i.e. Small & Medium Enterprises) are defined as enterprises with operating receipts not more than $100mil or employment not more than 200 workers for all sectors. 2) Employment of enterprises refers to total employment excluding foreign domestic activities. 3) Value-added of enterprises refers to Gross Value Added (GVA) less ownership of dwellings. Refer to 2011 Data 50% 100% Non-SMEs Total Enterprises Enterprise Count (No.) (% Share.) Employment of Enterprises (mil) (% Share.) Nominal Value Added of Enterprises (S$bil) (% Share.) Total Exports of Services 2011 Total Imports of Services 2011 Top 5 Trading Partners for Export 2011 (S$bil) S$146.1 bil S$145.2 bil Total Exports S$510.3 bil Total Imports S$474.6 bil 7.4 6.6 6.5 6.0 Top 5 Trading Partners for Import 2011 (S$bil) 16.11 United States of America 10.22 Australia 7.63 United Kingdom 4 Japan China 5 22.11 United States of America 8.02 United Kingdom 7.13 Japan 4 China Netherlands 5 S$59.5 bil Hong Kong Pedra Branca (HORSBURGH LIGHTHOUSE) South China Sea INSET Not to Scale GDP at Current Market Prices2012 S$345,561 Mil

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