Singapore’s economy is often used as a prime example of how business-friendly policies can jumpstart a country’s growth. Most of our readers are probably familiar with Singapore’s transformation from a malarial swamp to one of the richest nations on the planet.

The city’s startling development over the past few decades is leading some investors to search for “the next Singapore”.

Why not invest in Singapore itself? Quite simply, the opportunities have come and gone.

It’s much harder to invest in Singapore than it once was. They have enough money now and don’t need yours. Incentives and options for investors are minimal unless you’re bringing in millions of dollars.

Plus, why invest in places which have already gone through their phase of rapid growth? Profit isn’t made by investing in markets which were at their strongest 20 years ago.

With all that said, we’ll put forth several countries which could become …