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SINGAPORE - Flooded pavements across Singapore on Saturday (April 17) have raised the question: Going forward, can such events can be prevented altogether?
After all, Singapore has already spent $2 billion on drainage improvement works over the last decade, and plans to put in close to $1.4 billion more into such projects in the next five years.
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