Singapore Allots S$30M to Fund Companies

Singapore's government has alloted S$30 million to help companies improve productivity and add value to workers' jobs, reveals the Straits Times.

 

The funding is meant to help companies in certain industries invest in technology and new equipment and promote best-sourcing initiatives, reports the Times.

 

The government has also alloted $10 million for workers' training programmes.

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