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Singapore is top in the latest Global Competitiveness Report and one of 5 start-up hubs to watch.

Driving this competitiveness are concerted efforts by the government implementing various start-up-friendly policies to lure start-ups and talent into Singapore.

Singapore is top in the latest Global Competitiveness Report and one of 5 start-up hubs to watch. Driving this competitiveness are concerted efforts by the government implementing various start-up-friendly policies to lure start-ups and talent into Singapore.



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Global business Singapore

Singapore’s success has been built on openness and connectivity.

Remaining open and connected is critical in ensuring Singapore remains relevant and resilient to enhance Singapore’s competitiveness and attractiveness in an increasingly competitive world.

Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing assured participants that Singapore remains committed to being 'open and connected to the world, and continues to welcome foreign investments and global talent to build the best team to play for Singapore in the global arena'.



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foreigners remain open

To remain successful and to stay competitive as an economic hub, Singapore needs to remain open to the flows of people besides being open to trade and investments.

Staying open to the flows of people, however, does not mean staying 'blindly open' to foreigners.

To remain successful and to stay competitive as an economic hub, Singapore needs to remain open to the flows of people besides being open to trade and investments. Staying open to the flows of people, however, does not mean staying 'blindly open' to foreigners.



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