Singapore well-positioned to meet rising global demand for semiconductors: DPM Heng

Singapore well-positioned to meet rising global demand for semiconductors: DPM Heng

14.8.2019

Singapore well-positioned to meet rising global demand for semiconductors: DPM Heng

SINGAPORE — A day after export figures signalled a manufacturing slump, particularly in electronics, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat gave reason to be optimistic, saying Singapore was well-positioned to meet rising longer-term global demand for semiconductors.

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