Lee Kuan Yew's legacy: Singapore in facts and figures
Lee Kuan Yew, the statesman who transformed Singapore from a small port city into a wealthy global hub, has died at the age of 91.
The city-state's prime minister for 31 years, he was widely respected as the architect of Singapore's prosperity.
But he was criticised for his iron grip on power. Under him freedom of speech was tightly restricted and political opponents were targeted by the courts.
BBC News considers his legacy with a look at some key facts and figures.
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23 Mar 2015