Soft Infrastructure
“Physical Infrastructure takes a long time to build and is highly costly while its return to investment (ROI) rates are low.”
Physical infrastructure provides high levels of employment and provides the physical means to boost trade and transport, which results in faster opening of intra-national and international markets and drives greater levels of efficiency.
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Soft Infrastructure will provide a self-monitored dashboard to ensure the transparency of related trade information to public and private stakeholders. Soft Infrastructure also has the advantage of being deployed rapidly.
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“Deployment of digital Soft Infrastructure provided through the Multi-Dimensional Digital Economy Application system (MDDEAS), will optimize current physical infrastructure, prioritize investments and maximize investors returns.”
“The digital Soft Infrastructure will minimize standardization leading to point to world integration in a non intrusive manner resulting in a new dimension of global data delivered through a global business model sustained by a new USD 6 trillion service market opportunity, providing benefits to all."
Let us look at an example. According to the World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index, Singapore and Germany rank among the world’s top five countries in trade efficiency. Why are they so successful given other countries’ sizeable investments? The secret behind their success is the use of Soft Infrastructure coupled with the physical infrastructure to increase trade efficiency, reduce trade costs, increase competitiveness and grow trade.

To this end, the use of digital soft infrastructure in trade cannot be underestimated.