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3 reasons why Singapore is the smartest city in the world

Building a transportation network that integrates walking, cycling and public transport is a smart move Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su - GF10000358413

Sharmishta Sivaramakrishnan

Community Specialist, Young Global Leaders - Asia, World Economic Forum Geneva

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