Though it experienced high economic growth rates a few years ago, Singapore, the most advanced economy of Southeast Asia shows uneven year-on-year expansion. This series of infographics presents key demographic and economic data on Singapore, together with comparisons with other ASEAN and world-leading countries.
To help you easily grasp the dynamics of economics and business in Singapore through a series of infographics, here are 5 visuals on some of the country’s key data. They highlight information from the World Bank data from 2016 on the population, wealth and economy of Singapore compared with other ASEAN countries and some major global markets and economies: US, EU, China, Japan and India.
For more information on the Singaporean and Southeast Asian population, cities and urban population, check this other series of infographics on ASEAN demography, top cities and urbanization.
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The population of Singapore
This first graphic compares the population of 5.6 million of Singapore with ASEAN and other major global markets: the US, EU, China, Japan and India.
Comparison of the Singaporean population with reference countries
Wealth of the Singaporeans
The next infographic displays a comparison between the wealth of Singaporeans, expressed in nominal GDP per capita, with other ASEAN countries, ASEAN as a whole, as well as major regional and global powers: the US, EU, China, Japan and India.
Comparison of Singapore’s GDP per capita with ASEAN and reference countries
The Singaporean economy
The two following infographics compare the US$ 297 Billion GDP of Singapore with other countries. The first one with ASEAN and other major global markets: the US, EU, China, Japan and India; the second within ASEAN and its other 9 member countries.
Comparison of the Singaporean economy with reference countries
Singapore’s economy compared to other ASEAN countries
Singaporean economic growth
This last visual presents the economic growth of Singapore over the 2011-2016 period compared with the ASEAN-6 countries, the six largest economies of Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.