Singapore [Officially known as the Republic of Singapore] might be the smallest country in South-East Asia, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the most economically advanced countries. Having one of the busiest ports in the world, called Port of Singapore, has immensely globalized and diversified its economy which is also known to be one of the freest and most competitive. Acute poverty is rare in Singapore; in fact it has a decent percentage of the World’s millionaires.
Singapore Education is also a key development area that offers a spectrum of courses in diverse fields. It is rated as the best business-friendly economy in the world. The cosmopolitan country with a touch of modernity offers a good standard of living with progressive job opportunities.
Consisting of 50 states with its capital being Washington D.C., the population of USA is 315 million, with no official language although English and Spanish are spoken throughout. The most preferred cities to live are Newton, Massachusetts; Bellevue, Washington; Evanston, Illinois; Pleasanton, California; and Bellevue, Washington. The economy covers everything from manufacturing and agriculture to advance technologies. The climate ranges from humid continental in the northern areas to humid subtropical in the Gulf and south Atlantic regions.