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Singapore’s conditions most likely to produce next unicorn after China and US, finds PwC study

Singapore’s conditions most likely to produce next unicorn after China and US, finds PwC study

Press Releases   •   Nov 15, 2018 10:06 +08

• A net 65% (vs 51% across APEC) of Singapore business leaders plan to raise investment levels • Majority (29%) of Singapore business leaders are creating more jobs, but struggling to find the right talent (vs. 34% across APEC) • 58% of Singapore business leaders (vs 65% across APEC) call on governments to do more to develop STEM skills • Rising concerns about moving data across borders

IASB delays new insurance contract rules for one year: PwC comments
E&M industry to be revolutionised by technology & telecommunication players
Transforming Family Businesses: Ensuring your Legacy is built to Last

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PwC'S APEC CEO Survey - Be the future. Unlocking Singapore's unicorn potential

Companies on the road to a more digitally-integrated world encountered a series of diversions in 2018 shaped largely by a hardening US trade stance toward China with repercussions for foreign investment, supply chains as well as digital business models across the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) region.

UBS-PwC Billionaires report, Addendum to News Release – Insights on Asia

About the Report The sources used to research and profile wealthy individuals were blended into a mosaic analytical framework from which extensive modeling and analysis was conducted. The information and data is part of PwC proprietary data and analytics structures and are non-commercial in nature and specifically non attributable regarding the identity of any underlying individual or family.

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