2. I thought we had stopped selling lorry loads of our land to Singapore. But my friend explained that the sand is not sand. It is silica sand.
3. Singapore needs it to make microchips. I don’t know how much sand goes into those tiny microchips. Must be a lot if they need 700 truck loads of sand a day.
5. Cannot be that difficult to produce silica from silica sand. Glass factories do that (I think) all the time. And we do have glass factories in Malaysia. Why not produce the silicon wafers and sell them to Singapore?
6. I think someone is not telling the truth.