Singapore Model and Mainland China Model in Terms of GDP Development

Hui-Chin Lai


The research investigates the Singapore model and mainland China model in terms of its’ GDP development. It covers ideologies, methods and reasons for government interventions, the roles of state-owned businesses and the issues of labor in accordance to the different stages of GDP development. The interventions from the governments that caused the market to rebound and resilience are found in two countries. The article also redefines the developmental state as unlimited methods and ideologies under a government-led economic development economy.

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