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Which of the following countries has “very high” development and a similar standard of living to that of the US? A.
Singapore
B.
India
C.
Indonesia
D.
Bangladesh

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

A. Singapore

Explanation:

Singapore, is an island sovereign country of Asia, formed by sixty-three islands, whose form of government is the parliamentary republic. Singapore is one of the main global cities and one of the nerve centers of world trade, with the third largest financial center and the second port that moves the most goods. Its globalized and diversified economy depends especially on trade and the manufacturing sector. In terms of purchasing power parity, Singapore is the third country with the highest per capita income in the world, besides being among the first countries in the international lists of education, health, political transparency and economic competitiveness.

Answer 2
Answer: A is the country developed

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