SINGAPORE – Singapore is set to unveil its national infrastructure blueprint on Monday, a move that will make the city a global leader in infrastructure and make it the first Asian country to have such a blueprint in its constitution.
The blueprint, the first ever for a nation with a population of around 1.3 billion, will be unveiled by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the opening of the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) at a ceremony that will feature the opening keynote speech by Singaporean Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Khaw Kwak Yam.NIC chairman Datuk S.M. Tan will also be present, along with the Singapore Prime Minister.
Tan will present the blueprint at the inauguration ceremony at the National Assembly, which will take place in front of thousands of Singaporeans.
The NIC will take up the issue of building a sustainable, sustainable, and inclusive infrastructure by identifying key challenges and opportunities facing the country, such as water, air, soil, health, and environment.
Singapore, the fourth most populous country in Asia, has long struggled with the issue, which has often been cited as a reason for its low ranking on the World Bank’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Its infrastructure, the second-lowest of the 14 emerging markets surveyed by the World Economic Forum, is not as good as its economic development and political stability is often cited as its main problem.
It has been criticized for its infrastructure and political instability and has long been a victim of political squabbles and corruption.
In Singapore, it is estimated that about 20 percent of the population lives below the poverty line and the government’s lack of infrastructure has been seen as a major reason for this.
In 2015, the National Development Council recommended the construction of about 1,500 kilometers (620 miles) of roads, which is more than double the number of kilometers proposed in 2016.
The National Development Plan of Singapore was published in 2016, and the document aims to bring Singapore up to the “Gold Standard” of the world, with an investment of $100 billion.
It will be launched on Monday at the NIC, which comprises ministers, ministers of state and ministers of transport, along the lines of the World Development Council.
The country has said it will seek the support of the international community to bring it into the 21st century and achieve its goal of having an infrastructure that is sustainable and sustainable infrastructure is essential for the country’s growth and success.
The plan aims to improve Singapore’s infrastructure by investing in research and development and making sure it is sustainable, reliable and environmentally sustainable.
It also calls for better communication between government and industry to create a common understanding on the benefits and costs of infrastructure projects, and to ensure they are based on evidence.