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THE SINGAPORE BUSINESS FEDERATION

Find SBF in the News and insights by SBF leaders on topics that impact the business community.

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Jan 2024

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8

Jan 2024
SBF in the News
Singapore companies to invest $5 billion in India’s Tamil Nadu state

 Singapore companies will invest $5 billion in several areas, including infrastructure, technology, sustainability and data centres, in Tamil Nadu, expanding the Republic’s presence in the southern Indian state.

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Jan 2024

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Jan 2024
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How to put your salary increment to good use

Despite economic uncertainty from geopolitical issues, Singaporean employees are likely to receive a four percent salary increase in 2024. An SBF study reveals that 64 percent of SMEs and large companies plan a six percent wage hike to counter four percent inflation.

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Jan 2024

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Jan 2024
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Singapore To Expand Investments Into Gujarat's Green Economy And Sustainability Sector, High Commissioner Simon Wong To Lead Delegation At VGGS

The Singapore Pavilion at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit (VGGS) organised by SBF will showcase around 60 business delegates representing various sectors. 

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Jan 2024

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Jan 2024
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Fewer S’pore businesses planning forays overseas: SBF survey

SBF’s National Business Survey 2023/2024 reveals a decline in Singaporean companies planning international expansion, dropping from 65% to 57% in 2023, with large companies more cautious (52%) than SMEs (58%). 

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Jan 2024

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Jan 2024
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Singapore firms worried about rising costs as business sentiment dips: SBF poll

According to SBF’s National Business Survey 2023/2024 conducted between 14 Sep to 12 Nov, Singapore businesses have turned more cautious, with only 25% expressing confidence in the economy's improvement, down from 41% previously.

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Dec 2023

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Dec 2023
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Solar-Powered AI Management: Singapore's First Microalgae Plant Set to Produce Alternative Protein Foods Next Year

SBF CEO Kok Ping Soon commented that “Singapore needs multiple food production companies, employing various methods, LUSH's solar-powered high-protein food production method is particularly noteworthy.”

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