As Singapore’s population ages, can the Lion City continue to roar?

The Chinese believe that during Lunar New Year, rice jars should not be left empty, lest this should lead to barren and starving days ahead.
Singapore seems to be following this notion, at least in regards to its government coffers. The country’s Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat made it clear during the annual budget that he has no intention of allowing funds to run out any time soon.
On the fourth day of the Lunar New Year, he gave advance notice that the goods and services tax (GST) will…