Singapore Commits S$2M for SME Manufacturers

To boost productivity in the small and medium-sized enterprises in the manufacturing sector, the Singaporean government has committed S$2 million to a training program designed for managers, reports the Straits Times.


The SME Manufacturing Excellence Programme aims to train 150 managers from 100 manufacturing SMEs over the next three years, says the Times, adding that trainings will last three months and will cost $5,400 per trainee, after government subsidies.

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