Singapore has maintained its position as the world’s most attractive market for infrastructure investment. Ranking consistently high across business, risk, infrastructure and financial indicators, and despite a slightly lower score for economic factors, it maintains a strong economic environment.
It is not surprising to see Singapore continuing to be a world leader in terms of attractiveness to investors. It is one of the few places in the world where there is a truly integrated strategic plan which links infrastructure planning with business and social requirements. The government is very pro-business and in terms of value of built assets (see ARCADIS Global Built Asset Wealth Index) the country has the highest value per capita in the world at US$156,000. This demonstrates the commitment to infrastructure investment pursued by the government to promote the quality of life that its population requires.