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Complacency biggest danger for city-state

SINGAPORE -- As it turns 50, Singapore finds itself at a turning point. Its economy has matured and growth is not expected to come as easily -- or from the same areas -- as it once did. Eugene Tan, an associate professor of law at Singapore Management University and a well-known commentator on Singaporean politics and social issues, spoke with The Nikkei about the challenges facing the city-state today and what he thinks is in store for the next half-century.

Q: What do you think the next 50 years will be like for Singapore?

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