The Singapore Model: What Guam can learn from the Lion City

Singapore measures 277.6 square miles, almost the same size as Guam. Both are tiny rocks in the sea. The comparison, of course, ends there. One is a $292-billion economy with an unemployment rate of 2 percent; the other is an unincorporated U.S. territory, whose $5-billion economy largely depends on the military, tourism and federal aid.