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On Lee Hsien Loong's Facebook, he says:

Hope that our close partnership will continue to strengthen and prosper. I look forward to Singapore and Indonesia rising together to greater heights over the next 50 years!
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Does it mean 'Singapore and Indonesia's rising together to greater heights over the next 50 years'?

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kadioguyDoes it mean 'Singapore and Indonesia's rising together to greater heights over the next 50 years'?

This is a more formal (some may even say pedantic) way of writing it. The meaning is the same. I suppose there is also the question of whether, if it is written with the possessive, it should be "Singapore's and Indonesia's".