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which european colonial power took control of Malaya and built the port of Singapore? a. the united kingdom b. portugal c. netherlands d. spain
Answer: Which European colonial power took control of Malaya and built the port of Singapore? The Portuguese were the first European colonial powers to establish themselves in Malaysia, capturing Malacca in 1511, followed by the Dutch. [ - See more at: ]
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