Political disaster between Thailand and Singapore over Taylor Swift's tour | EUROtoday

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The Singapore authorities have been extensively criticized for investing an as but unclarified quantity in subsidizing six unique Taylor Swift concert events within the metropolis state. The Singapore media have revealed as of late that its Government has sponsored the American singer's tour with “several million dollars”, with the situation that they have been the one ones within the Southeast Asian area.

“There has been speculation about the amount of the subsidy. I can say that the speculations are not without accuracy and that The investment is not as high as people think“Singapore Culture Minister Edwin Tong instructed Parliament. “Due to a commitment to commercial confidentiality, we cannot reveal the exact amount of the subsidy or its conditions,” he added. The minister additionally acknowledged that the financial advantages to Singapore “are consider significant and will exceed the amount of the subsidy.

300,000 people are expected to attend the American singer's shows. Tickets have been sold out since they went on the market. Some neighboring countries have expressed discontent at being excluded from the tour. In fact, the thai prime minister, Srettha Thavisin, is one of the sources that warned of Singapore's strategy. Thavisin spoke of a bonus of three million dollars directed towards achieving the exclusive.

Before performing in Singapore, the American singer gave several concerts in Australia, as part of her world tour. The Eras Tour. Before leaving the country, an investigation was opened in Australia on Tuesday after the complaint by a photographer who claimed to have been attacked by the singer's father.