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SINGAPORE: Singapore will showcase its achievements in balancing rapid urban development with environmental sustainability at the International Exposition Yeosu Korea which will be held from May 12.

The three-month long expo is expected to attract up to eight million domestic and international visitors.

The 712 square metre Singapore Pavilion aims to convey how Singapore balances growth and development with environmental sustainability through four segments: waste management, nature conservation, urban planning and water management.

The Environment and Water Resources Ministry will lead a multi-agency project committee to manage the Singapore Pavilion.

Project Director Eng Tiang Sing said, "We are very excited to participate in Expo 2012. Besides being an excellent platform to showcase and promote Singapore to a sizeable international audience, we hope Singapore's development story can be an useful case study to some of the world's rapidly growing cities in finding ways to create a healthy and attractive environment despite their urbanisation.

"This exposition also presents a good opportunity to foster closer people-to-people relations between Singapore and the Republic of Korea, and cultivate a deeper understanding of each other's environmental practices, lifestyles and cultures."

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