Medtech growth in Singapore, but is a manufacturing focus sustainable?

China comes to mind when medical technology (medtech) is mentioned, and rightly so, with its staggering 57.3% growth to $7.13 billion in exports (see the August 23, 2011 LRCHJ). Not to be left behind, Singapore, which has been aggressively pushing a knowledge-intensive scientific industry, of which ...

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