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Today, Singapore is the second most densely populated country on the planet (after only Monaco,) with a population of over five million in 435 square miles.
Ranging from the quaint—Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong urging Singaporeans to procreate—to the ascetic—a hard-line legal system where capital punishment is allowed—the government blankets the city-state. Occasionally, it is difficult to decipher whether its denizens are living in a contemporary "1984," which has managed to convince the rest of the world of its superiority, or whether an administration can really be so cohesive and so responsive that the public's universal woes are eradicated.
Most executives across the pharmaceutical industry agree—Singapore does not represent any question marks in the future. Furthermore, Singapore's location is ideal for reaching markets east, west, north and south, which form the powerhouse that is Asia Pacific.