A local politician in my country claims that we should cut many taxes and regulations in order to boost the economy, using the example of Singapore. Apparently our GDP-per-person rates were about the same until 2003, when Singapore’s began to rise, much faster than ours. How could I evaluate whether modeling your country’s economy after another country is a good idea? In what ways would the countries have to be similar in order for this plan to work?
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