Singapore continues to push scientific R&D to attract industry

In a recent book launch to commemorate 20 years of scientific progress in Singapore, the Prime Minister’s message is clear ─ Singapore is still pushing the sector and industry investments are more than welcome.

For the past two decades, the Singapore government's aggressive push to establish the co...

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