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Singapore - The Emporium

Malay, 1956 (MIFF 1956, The Magic Carpet)

Singapore derives its importance from its entreport trade. Its efficient harbour and sheltered anchorage, its air and sea connections with the world, its banks, business houses and amenities of life have brought it to its present eminence as the commercial centre of South &ndash: East Asia.

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