In the 2015 Temasek Review (TR), Temasek disclosed its exposure to Singapore has increased by only $24 billion from 2005 to 2015. (below)
Strangely, Temasek bothered to emphasise the increase in dollar term for Singapore investments but provided only percentages for other relevant data. Courtesy of likedatosocanmeh, the data in dollar term is shown in the table below.
|Country/Location||2005 (%)||S$||2015 (%)||S$|
|Rest of the world||31||32||30||80|
|Total||100%||103 Bil||100%||266 Bil|
At 28% of total portfolio value, investments in Singapore are worth only $74 billion. This is a shockingly low figure.
From the table above, the value of its 8 largest investment is $87.7 billion: including all investments, the value is more than $100 billion.
There is too huge a discrepancy which I hope Temasek will be able to clarify. Investments in Singapore are worth more then $100 billion, not $74 billion.