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Which of the following statements is true of Singapore? A. Singapore is member of the Federation of Malaysia. B. Singapore's government condemned U.S. military actions in
Afghanistan. C. Singapore is a major manufacturer of computer hard drives. D. Singapore finally became self-governing in 1965.
B. Singapore finally became self-governing in 1965.
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User: Which of the following statements is true of Singapore? A. Singapore is member of the Federation of Malaysia. B. Singapore's government condemned U.S. military actions in Afghanistan. C. Singapore is a major manufacturer of computer hard drives. D. Singapore finally became self-governing in 1965.

Weegy: B. Singapore finally became self-governing in 1965.
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