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Prime land prices to be even more astronomical

  

Prime land prices to be even more astronomical

Singapore's no. 2 property developer, City Developments Company (CDL) has remarked that prime land prices are at astronomical levels. CDL has a radical prediction where land prices will go up further to new all-time highs on a per square foot basis in the coming years. Singapore has very little prime land left for development and property development business has been getting tougher due to land scarcity. CDL noted that lands that are up for sale come with premium prices which will eat into profit margins. CDL recently acquired a 170,000 square feet land site for its latest Gramercy Park property development project, right next to the vibrant shopping hub at Orchard Road.

Singapore's property prices for the residential segment has seen 10 straight quarters of decline following government's regulations to enforce property cooling measures ranging from higher stamp duty and higher income to debt repayment ratio. It is the government's intention to control housing price hikes and dampen buyer's enthusiasm. Even as prices fell, Singapore remained Asia's no. 2 most expensive residential market for house buyers. CDL, with controlling shareholder Kwek Leng Beng steering the company's operations, had been fortunate to acquire the freehold land site many years back, and has enabled it to price the houses up for sale at current prices, which is still profitable to the group. Home prices before the financial crisis and central bank quantitative easing measures were still affordable with many bidders vying a piece of the property development action.
Prices for residential property stocks will be priced at significantly higher levels, as per announced in CDL's quarterly results to the stock exchange. This is due to higher prices for prime land which will be on a steady uptrend for future years. For the Gramercy Park development, the group is channeling all marketing resources by launching overseas roadshows and organizing regional promotional campaigns. Feedback has been good so far with many interested parties sending in enquiries for pricing and booking details. CDL was the highest bidder back in 2006 and managed to secure the Gramercy Park land site located at Grange Road. The total acquisition price turned out to be S$383 million. Singapore ranks just behind Hong Kong with the most pricey luxury home prices, as per a wealth report produced by Knight Frank, a leading real estate agent group in 2016. Singapore's luxury homes are truly catered to the very high net worth individuals.
CDL 31 March quarterly financials were lackluster, having announced a 14% fall in profits to $105 million. Revenue also fell by 11% to $723 million. The property market has been tough since the implementation of government cooling measures and weak results with negative growth is largely expected by property analysts and investors. For the coming quarters, imminent recovery is not expected to happen and property developers are bracing for tougher times ahead with the main objective of keeping extra reserves on the bank and slowing down property launches.
Government will maintain its government property cooling regulations in order to rein in property market from overheating. Mr Swee Kiat Heng, Singapore's Finance Minister made an official statement on 24 of March that property curbs are here to stay for the time being. This statement reinforced the view of Minister for National Development Mr. Lawrence Wong.
Some of the cooling measures being enforced is capping debt repayment ratio at 60% of loan borrower's monthly net income. Another measure was imposing higher stamp duty on the price of home purchase transactions. This comes on the back of low interest rate environment and strong foreigner demand for local houses which spurred the extraordinary capital gains for house prices.

 

Sustainable Growth Solutions In Asia

  

Sustainable Growth Solutions In Asia

With the growth of global warming, there is a race against time to find renewable sources of energy. Our dependence on energy derived from non-renewable sources of energy is growing each year. This has happened due to increased consumption and a lackadaisical attitude towards researching and implementing clean sources of energy. Sensing the urgency, scientists and governments across the world are working towards finding solutions. This has led to an increase in research and application for green energy.

As per research conducted by IEA, the renewable energy sector is positioned to provide for a third of our electricity needs within twenty years. Currently, energy derived from sources such as the sun, water, biomass and wind provide for 20% of the requirement.
Asia is making great strides in renewable power by manufacturing products that can utilize them with ease. This is out of necessity, considering Asia is home to nearly half of the global population. By implementing a sustained increase in using clean power to meet requirements, Asian countries are able to greatly reduce their carbon footprint.
It has been deemed that Asia sweeps up 30% of the solar energy requirements worldwide. This trend has been seen in China as well. Their government is creating a system to increase use of technology that relies of clean energy. Similar provisions are seen in India, where use of solar energy is becoming part of national policy and in areas of Southeast Asia as well.
Japan and Australia are getting into the process as well, where they can follow the example set by Singapore. The country has developed a number of ways to drive forward solutions for clean energy. It works with businesses in order to push commercially viable sustainable development.
Singapore is able to push the manufacturing dependent industries to purchase clean energy, which in turn creates an incentive for the sectors that are researching green energy. This includes the electronics, chemical and engineering sectors, which are known to require a lot of energy to function. It helps that the government is working towards providing solutions to the regional areas as well as sending in the best global minds to help the suppliers in expanding their business.
Singapore has also been able to create a thrust in their R&D sector, mostly by creating policies that safeguard intellectual property rights that drive innovation and research. Thanks to their intensive push, 2011 saw the movement of $700 million in the form of support for R&D for creating better sustainable buildings, clean energy and water based solutions.
Singapore is home to SERIS, the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore. It is known to be the one of the best places for R&D in green energy solutions other than Japan. SERIS has been working towards looking at methods to bring down costs of installation and increase delivery from solar panels. It hopes to create a flow between the national energy grid and solar technology. There is also research being done via the National Solar Repository, so that the solar panels can be better programmed for tropical heat.
The country has opened up their land to help companies test their technology and rework them for the urban audience. This allows Singapore to cut down on their fossil fuel dependence, and improve the overall management of renewable and non-renewable source of energy.
Solar panels installed on rooftops are the most popular in Singapore at the moment. There is work being done to create photovoltaic cells that are positioned on top of water reservoirs, to further utilize available space. The UWC campus has also pitched in, helping with the only global tests that are looking at the use of cooling spaces with solar power.
The country is moving forward on all gears in order to build systems that can utilize solar energy despite erratic weather. If successful, countries with clear skies will be able to produce solar energy faster and in greater quantities. Singapore has also put in a stake in electricity based vehicles and national smart grids that will manage clean energy requirements.
The Eco-Town Punggol is one of these ventures, a residential area that runs on sustainable practices, use of clean energy and test models that boost solar leasing. This has been done to reduce the cost of using sustainable technology and attract more users.
Each growing industry in Singapore is being tied to renewable power solutions. The financial sector is a new adopter of solutions. One of these is known as power-wheeling, which allows usage of solar energy that was created away from the location of use.
In the years to come, the adundance of renewable resources in Asia will play an important role in creating sustainable solutions. Singapore is ahead of the curve and is set to help their neighbors in adopting the technology needed to increase green energy usage. It has started by welcoming many globally known companies that deal with both solar and wind based energy. Native companies are also starting R&D in order to create their own brand of solutions for the public.
By and large, Singapore is sure to provide the answers needed for renewable energy to provide for energy needs.

 

Research on heart failure

  

Research on heart failure

NHCS research on finding ways to improve outcomes for Asian heart failure patients

Southeast Asia is seeing a rise in the risk factors of heart failure which will inevitably increase the epidemic of heart failure. In a first-ever prospective, multinational real-world data examination of prescription patterns and doses attained of guideline-directed medical therapies in Asian patients suffering from heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF), a team of researchers studied the prescription patterns and doses attained of guideline-directed medical therapies in Asian HFrEF patients, and the associations with patient outcomes. The research findings provided valuable insights into the importance of guideline recommendations to prescribe evidence-based therapies to achieve maximum benefits among Asian patients with HFrEF. They also highlighted the gaps in knowledge and treatment.
The National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) is a not-for-profit public healthcare institution wholly owned by the government of Singapore.
Each year, over 100,000 patients seek treatment at NHCS. The high workload is a testament of the trust patients have in them.
NHCS prides itself as a national and regional referral centre for cardiovascular diseases and are dedicated to providing optimal care through their three core pillars – Patient Care, Education and Training, and Research. As a 185-bed national centre for cardiovascular medicine in Singapore, NHCS provides a one-stop comprehensive preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative cardiac services.
NHCS is a member of SingHealth, the largest healthcare group in Singapore. SingHealth offers a complete range of multi-disciplinary and integrated medical care. The group consists of three Hospitals (Singapore General Hospital, KK Women's and Children's Hospital and Changi General Hospital), a community hospital (Bright Vision Hospital), five National Specialty Centres (National Heart Centre Singapore, National Cancer Centre Singapore, National Dental Centre Singapore, National Neuroscience Institute and Singapore National Eye Centre) and a network of polyclinics.

 

Singapore And Myanmar Bilateral Investments

  

Singapore And Myanmar Bilateral Investments

Myanmar is putting a step forward in restoring economic glory for the country by reaching out to Singapore. On the 18th of May, 2016, the Foreign Minister of Singapore was invited to visit Myanmar and he graciously accepted the invitation. Aung San Suu Kyi extended the invitation for the same. After taking on the mantle of Foreign Minister, she is currently dedicated to forging long lasting relationships with neighbouring countries.

After the removal of US sanctions, there has been a push towards changing old political setups in the country. Economic reforms are one part of the agenda, which is helping the country build new policies and strive to enter the global market once again.
The aim of the meeting was to discuss the creation of a treaty that would favour bilateral investments between the countries. This would the beginning of negotiations and talks between the government, aided by the visit taken by Vivian Balakrishnan. In his speech, he concluded that the inclusion of Singapore in the treaty would add a weight of certainty to the growth of the market in Myanmar. As of now, Myanmar entered into similar treaties with both India and China.
The country of Myanmar is currently facing a great deal of instability. This is reflecting in the differences of opinion and policy between the current civilian government and the previous military one.
There are a number of Singapore based businesses that have identified the country as a funding ground for building new partnerships. A change of policy to allow bilateral relations would ease their fears and create an environment of economic surety. After the difficulties faced by Parkway Panti – a company based out of Singapore, the need of the hour is to create a framework that favours international investments.
The task has a long way ahead of it, as it requires cementing policies in place for the next ten years to come. At the same time, the investments would have to be backed by a constant flow of support, which will come from both Singapore and Myanmar. Both the countries are taking the matter quite seriously at the moment, in the hope to develop an advantageous alliance.
If the discussions move forward and are encouraged by the government, then the areas for investment will grow in an exponential manner. The Singapore Foreign Minister believes that there is a scope to create new engagement in sectors that have been ignored for a very long time. His focus in particular was on the fields of higher education, development of food science and the creation of better infrastructure for the country.
At the same time, the bilateral treaty will present socio-political benefits to both the countries. There is a similarity in the culture and the goals present for the future. Tourism is an important industry for both, which allows them to exchange information and knowledge to create a better global standard for the same. However, the two Foreign Ministers are not strangers to the challenges they face in moving ahead with talks. They do believe that despite the difficulties, there would be a way to move ahead and create a society that accepts varied ethnicities and races. The final goal for the two is a noble one, that of unity amongst the country.
Minster Suu Kyi was of the opinion that Myanmar will be able to absorb a great deal of knowledge from Singapore. She referred to their movement towards a united society, which has been able to withstand the struggle and difficulties that come with removing bias and prejudice.
In honour of the first visit by Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, there ill also be a dinner reception held by him. It will celebrate the completion of diplomatic relationships between the two countries, which have gone back as far as 50 years. He will also meet with Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, who currently serves as the military chief for the country as well as Shwe Mann, the former speaker of Parliament.
 
Aung San Suu Kyi has got lots of heat recently from the rohingya crisis but what many people don't realise is that Aung San Suu Kyi was not in control of the military when they use force on the rohingya people.

 

Singapore 21st Century Solution to Smart Cities

  

Singapore 21st Century Solution to Smart Cities

Singapore has realized that they will face a problem in the near future as the urbanization will grow rapidly and continuously. There will be about 70% people of the world living in the cities in 2050. The effects to cities are clear, such as overcrowding, transportation congestion, and pollution. They have a sustainable and comprehensive analysis to handle this problem and try to make a great solution on handle this tremendous urbanization afterward. It's got to be a long term solution, and also strategically to face the keep growing city. They have to join the government and corporate partnership.

Long before this problem steps up, they have faced a vulnerability on their city sustainability because of the land and lack of natural resources problem. Singapore has been succeeded to implement the urban solution and they make it sustainable. For the example, they make a policy about holistic water management. They didn't subsidize water pricing, and diversified the water sources by the new technology, with combined the supplies from 55 percent recycled water and 25 percent desalination of sea water. They also have a target to make 80% of their buildings to be certified as a green building, and they are committed to improving their energy intensity to 35 percent in 2030.
Singapore has made itself as a living laboratory on their objective to throw the government and corporate together in a partnership. Singapore let the corporate to take a role in analyzing, developing, and make an innovative solution the urban infrastructure, so the government can make a summary of the data given from the corporate, which one is the best technologies and solution to be used. The corporate also have a benefit to market their products solutions. Another partnership between corporate and government also happen with IBM, as they provide the sensor networks for gather the data about consumer trends and behavior. They also make a snatch with EDF and Veolia from France to build the eco-towns, with Panasonic to maximize their energy usages such as solar energy, lithium ion batteries, home management energy, and more efficient energy of air conditioning.
That's not all. Singapore has done to establish more of increasing their sustainability. They also invest a huge scale of money to build and funding the Research and Development section for many sectors, which reaches 800 million SGD on 2011 until 2012. Tag along with the R&D, they also give a post graduates scholarship and specialized courses to find talented person to help with their research of urban solution, and also a national challenge program
The results from Singapore efforts is they have this big solution to fix the country, and they exporting the solution to the countries in the world for their urban infrastructure techniques and the eco-cities program. The examples are Tianjin Eco-City and Singbridge, which develop eco-cities in Asia. One of its landmarks is Guangzhou Knowledge City. Singapore also becomes a number one destination for the mayor around the world to learn about how to develop and implement sustainable solutions for their city.

 

Promising future for career in oil and gas

  

singapore oil and gas

Chemicals and oil & gas sectors are Singapore's main economic pillars and the Development Board for Economy has been working tirelessly to spur growth and employment prospects. This article profiles some industry veterans for an in depth look inside the industry.

Mr. Keng Yang, a general manager for maintenance for Chevron Oronite, has an important task of ensuring top notch safety conditions at its company plant located in Jurong Island. Safety is top priority and workers are mandated to halt production under different circumstances. People are constantly watching out each other's safety by reminding each other to out on protection glasses or safety helmets. The work revolves around human lives and not just dealing with machines. He is responsible for overseeing 70 team members under maintenance and 150 contractors. Communication and interaction is part of every day's job. Mr Lim started in supply chain management after graduating from NUS and likes to go fishing during his free time. He rose to become the general manager in 2010 and is on the way to relocate to California for his overseas posting. He hopes to bring in fresh perspective and knowledge to contribute to the Singapore plant.
Mr. Julian is a VP for site operations for Croda International, a chemicals manufacturer. He oversees 5 production centers around Asia. His role centers on interaction with diverse team members. His hobby is sports where he enjoys tennis, badminton as well as golf. Mr Yeo graduated from NUS as well and rose up the ranks and currently is on heavy travelling schedule. His experience includes heading a new Jurong plant commissioning by starting out as a process engineer before being promoted as head for operations. He craves the challenge and complex decisions which entails from his role. His ambition used to become a doctor but he is satisfied with his current standing and career path.
Ms Justina Ibrahim is an unlikely corporate high flyer in the oil & gas industry, she has stamped her mark as an engineer who is independent and competent with the role of project manager for Cameron Singapore. She is the team leader for 12 different project managers whom are responsible for pitching equipment deals for oil extraction. It is a far cry from the vibrant electronics sector where it is much more dynamic and involves big equipment. Projects can take many years to materialize. She switched career path after getting a degree in management engineering. Things move really fast and she work hard day and night to ensure client's satisfaction. She rose from the ranks of planner and specialist. She relishes the challenge every day as well.
The future of chemicals, oil as well as gas sector is looking good. China and India has growing appetite for energy source. UN estimates that in 2030 we will consume 45% more energy. Thus exploration activities for oil & gas moved into the deeper oceans. More high tech equipment are needed and Singapore has taken advantage to be a manufacturing hub for specialized equipment. The sector grew 10% for every year since 2007 up till 2012.Singapore was made the regional HQ for many big global players. Halliburton Completion Toll is one prime example. Another company is Cameron International. The refining sector and petrochemical industry had grown by leaps and bounds too at the expansion at Jurong site.
About 100 companies have established footprints on the island with a refining capacity totaling 1.3 million worth of barrels every day, making Singapore ranked 4th in Asia in terms of refining capacity.Jurong island attracted in excess of $35 billion foreign investments and contributes about 30% in terms of manufacturing output for Singapore. The companies liked the business friendly environment in Singapore and skilled workforce that enable emerging technologies to be developed fast. Talent is important to drive further growth and productivity in this dynamic industry. Technologies go obsolete real fast and there is constant need for upgrades and knowledge update in order to operate a plant effectively while driving down costs and increasing output per hour. Singapore has many capable workers who are able to handle complex research projects and manufacturing facility. Singapore Government is always looking to attract talent by organizing new initiatives. A groundbreaking Chemical Process Center of Technology was launched in Jurong in 2004 to provide skilled training for engineering fresh graduates.
A Professorship programme for Petroleum Engineering will be launched in the coming year to equip engineers with petroleum engineering knowledge. NUS launched a subsea engineering programme as well to bolster R&D competencies for those in the subsea engineering field. Singapore will continue to invest in the promising sector. Opportunities are everywhere for interested engineers. Singapore can proudly claim to invent advanced products in the coming years while having a global presence and recognition from customer all over the world.

 

Condominium Sale in Cambodia

  

The Bridge Cambodia

The real estate developers, taking a few steps further and constructing the Condominiums, to benefit the people as the prices for land are increasing day by day, so naturally people are intended to live in condominiums said the deputy CEO. Last year, as a part of the development program in Cambodia, the country launched retail units for sale. The property developers have started marketing in eight global markets. Singapore is the first to invest in these markets and added Hong Kong and now Cambodia also added last year.

The Bridge, joint venture is located in the center of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh. The venture is of five storey platform where there can exist nearly 630 retail and approximately 2, 35,000 sq ft saleable area. The mall contains a supermarket and also a food plaza. There are different sized units; the retail units are smaller than that of the strata F&B units. The joint mixed development venture consists of more than 700 residential towers, where the maximum units are occupied. The estimated price of the retail units is approximately US$750-800 psf, with a starting price of approximately 90,000 to 1,00,000 US$, There is a price variation for the F&B units, it is nearly double the retail units, their starting average price is approximately 2,00,000 -2,50,000 US$
To attract the foreigners, the venture has shared some of the units to other countries. In this connection Oxley is going to allot one third of its retail and F&B ventures for Singapore. The Oxley company is going to charge a registration fee nearly 1,400 to 1,500 US$ at the time of launch. After the registration, the clients have to pay a down payment of 20% of the slab and sign on the sale or purchase deed. To facilitate the clients, the company is offering an installment payment. After the initial down payment, the client can relax for six months and later he has to pay 10% as second payment. After the second payment the client can take time for the remaining amount around a couple of years, and has to pay after the completion of the project that is going to be completed in 2018.
The Cambodian law states that foreigners are not supposed to buy land and they are not supposed to buy even the residential and commercial complex in the Cambodian units in the ground floor, to fulfill this, The Bridge allows the Cambodians in the ground floors and the top floors are allotted to the foreigners. The Bridge is providing another novelty to its clients that are the developer will manage the units on behalf of the owners. He will lease the units and controls them. This is the first time in Cambodia, this type of facility the investors are enjoying. This even further facilitates the investors by enjoying the higher rents. In this issue the company, Oxley is assuring the clients with 6% of the rental yield for a period of minimum five years. This deal has an extension of further five years. The executive Chairman of Oxley expresses that an extension in the rental strengthens the clients and lessen their fears, those who are having a different opinion that the rental malls are not properly managed. The organization, Oxley has opened a consulting unit to facilitate the clients. Suppose if any investor wants to dispose of his unit, the purchaser and the owner both have to sign on the agreement with the developer.
The Oxley future plan is to launch a third venture in Phonon Penh by the ending of this year.s In this third venture the developer is planning to develop a mixed units like residential and hotel units and the executive chairman also stated that his fourth venture is purely residential. The fourth project contains only condominiums and strata houses only. Let us wait and select the venture we prefer for. s

 

Online Banking In India By Singapore

  

Online Banking In India By Singapore from dbs

The goal of Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) this time round is to extend a branch of its own in India. It is planning to do it with a style in which will make the other banks to lose the game. This is because it will be promoting all the customers by offering them seven percent discount. The bank of Singapore is promoting the customer far much ahead such that, the online banking which will enable everybody to access without necessarily any amount of money in the account. The bank is motivating the customers because they will be in a position to access their accounts any time and also offering them a big interest of seven percent which is very motivating compared to what other banks are operating. In addition, as compared to other banks requirements, surly this bank of Singapore in India will be a total confusion to all other clients in other banks because of digital and good accompaniments which are for the betterment of the people sincerely speaking.
This bank of Singapore to India will also be at all times in a position to be accessing the automated machines without any limit. The customers will like it more because they will not be required to go to the branch and open their accounts there, they will just be opening anywhere at their own comfort because whoever has a smartphone will have won it in relation to opening the account. This will be bringing joy to many as it will save time instead queueing at the bank, one will just be transaction online anywhere. This will give opportunity to many especially the busy people who they do not have much time to go to the bank and wait for their turn to be served. It will enhance good service to the customers who have complained over the years due to rates in which the other banks are charging them. Indeed, this bank of Singapore will be aiming destroying the operation ot the other banks because the services which will be offered by the bank of Singapore are the best in the present time. This is because we are living in a modern lifestyle whereby we can do so many things online. No one will like to waste hours standing awaiting to be served at the bank. No one will hate serving him or herself with all the comfort that one is in need of. It will be such a wonderful service offered by the bank of Singapore.
The chief executive officer of the Developmental Bank of Singapore said that they are very much committed to serve their customers even those who are in the remote areas. He said that they are ready to offer various banking services to their people and especially those who are carrying on with their businesses. He said that they have put into to account to achieve fifty thousand crores in a span of five years. In addition, they are ready to offer ten thousand crore loans to people who are doing retail type of business. He also said they are a totally and with all means prepared to extend this branch of Singapore to India for Asia is also a nation with her banks operating in other countries and with this there is no way whatsoever they are going to stop extending the branch of bank of Singapore to India. They also have the confidence that India will have the best service from the bank of Singapore. They are completely willing to cause that steep competition in India.
He further said that India has the best facilities which are operation up to date and this is nowhere else in the world where it can be compared with. It will the first digital bank over the world. The practice on online services will be the best whereby there will be no need to go and sign using a pen. The services will be done from the mobiles and also the computers where there will be the exact credentials which are the artifacts of the unique and true individual person. There will be safety and every customer can have the access to the account at any given time without any restriction.
The chief executive officers assured that the customers will be in a position to have their own accounts as they can download them and their fingerprints certified in the local restaurants, precisely five thousand restaurants during the day, where they will be assisted. He also said that they are offering interests rates at a lower price compared to other banks. He said that the online services will lead the bank of Singapore lowering all what they have been spending in their banking offices in terms of people who offer services said over the world people are embracing digital services and over hundred million customers have been have shifted to online services. In Singapore most of business are digital.

 

Strategic Tata relocation to Singapore

  

Strategic Tata relocation

With the growth in world businesses, multinationals are going beyond their expectations to expand their clientele base by moving closer to them by all means possible. This can be articulated by the recent move by India's multinational Tata that has moved its functions to Singapore. The move is a mutual benefit to the host state as well as the company itself, as it tries to step up and do things in a different way to conquer the competitive nature of the markets. Tata international is a parent company that deals with both agricultural related commodities supplies as well as exploration , processing and trade in minerals.

Factors of production are very crucial for the survival and competitiveness of any business. This was one of the highest consideration that Tata international took advantage of when deciding to relocate to Singapore. Singapore well experienced, focused and available traders to do business. The company will also enjoy various incentives from financial institutions and the government in the view of support for the thrive of the business to support the general economy. There are well laid out structures on finances that are offered at a low and affordable schemes for conduct of business.
The availability of shipping in bulk eases congestion thus facilitating fast movement of goods either coming in or going out. There are high costs that are hidden that are saved when a business environment guarantees that a product or raw material will reach its destination without any delays, whatsoever. A state of the art infrastructure is a key reason for thrive and success of businesses being conducted from the heart of Singapore, this was a key interest for consideration by Tata international.
The relocation of the firm to Singapore came as a challenge to all other players in the industry to come and complement the established businesses in Singapore. More global traders in the fields of manufacturing, metals and other unexploited fields are encouraged to anchor or base their business functions and activities in Singapore. Currently, Singapore enjoys a business community comprised of over a hundred and twenty global traders, with more looking at the prospect of also jetting into the business hub of Pacific Asia.
Anyone out there running a metal and minerals enterprise should consider anchoring their business functions at the heart of Singapore. The country has undisputed support of these businesses creating a pool of resources to maximize output, stabilize the market as well as keeping a constant supply of products. There is a strong connectivity of these businesses that facilitates their success and thrive even at hardest of their time. In a view to expound and spread the success, the ministry of trade and industry continually encourages and welcomes all players in the sector to come together and absolutely tap to the good working policies laid out by the government.
To give a clear insight of the nature of the metal and mineral industry, the high profile mineral companies are based in Singapore. The companies compromise of over 70% of the number of the firms around the world. There are over 60% of the world's steel processing and manufacturing companies based in Singapore. This is a showcase of the viability and reliability of the trading in Singapore.
Advantages enjoyed by pulling of all of these business together helps in sourcing of crucial market surveillance systems that will facilitate decision making. This pool of the industry enjoys an organized and well facilitated market research and survey at all times. There are other interconnected and related industries that are influenced by the survival of this industry. These industries have established a healthy working interaction and bonding with other industries providing other forms of logistics and other services, to suit their success.
The government offers a platform for all the firms to a forum to discuss their progress, success and limitations and all together come up with suitable structures for the days ahead. There is an increasing trend in the volumes of contracts derived from iron ore, showcasing a suitable exchange role. Singapore's iron ore products are currently trading at over 1.1 billion tons, that is close to 90% clearing of worldwide iron ore trade.

 

Assertive Commerce Center

  

Assertive Commerce Center

Nation branding desires to shape and manage the status of the countries, with some approaches to value the goods and its importance in the global market by their different characteristics. Nation branding is exercised by most of the Countries to increase the interest of the customers by creating more affirmative conditions for foreign investments, to develop tourism and to increase the trade with fellow states.

Now the Smart Singapore is going to develop an attractive Hub, to attract all the Asian countries for branding and marketing. Now all the multinational companies are ready to introduce into this hub to supply the products according to the Asian consumer's interest. Now the Singapore's Economic Development Board is beautifying the talent, with their professional team, to help the companies to lead the market with their products.
Amazing news for the Asian Women, by branding and marketing the products through this hub there are many exciting outcomes for the products. To know the truth, here is an example, A scientist in multinational company he actually did a wonderful job, where the women will be amused. He created the different products, related to beauty by using his affective technology, by using that product the women look 10 years younger, Is it not amazing? Wow! It's really amazing. The scientist, along with his team, he always explains that the branding and marketing hub is always the best place for innovation. The scientist who had a masters degree in neurobiology, he stated that, the products which are going to be developed in future, contains ‘Smart ‘ ingredients, which spot to the cell types according to the age, and his main targets are skin and hair types. The scientist won a *Star National scholarship for his works, and invited by the German University to continue his studies in cell and molecular biology. After his thorough research for nearly five years, multinational companies had taken him into the branding and marketing field. He gave his opinion that consumers are more cautious about the outcome of the product not the product by itself. With his words, it is clear that to meet the international standards, the companies have to pay more attention towards branding and marketing trends.
The director of e-commerce, who is running a fashion blog, explains that advertising plays a very substantial role and helps the customers to walk with their interests. She explains that creating with creativity made her to reach to the top position as first director of e-commerce. She also explained that her dream comes to reality. With her experience she explained that she always shows interest on the working condition of the products. With her passion towards work, she won an advertising award. Everybody can create a website to market their products, but there is a lot of difference, and the market experts have their different style to advertise their products. So, it is better to approach the advertising experts to brand and market their products. She also stated that digital technology has totally changed the life style of the people. This latest technology gives the complete skeletal sketch of the product about the prices, product reviews and how to advantage from the product, and complete information by having just a small click on the button. This advantageous both the customers and producers show their talent. E- Commerce has changed completely, the trading markets and we can expect more to see in the future. By looking at the reviews of the products company can know the customers' opinions towards their products, ultimately they can rectify and change to meet the need of the customers.
Now the Asian Countries ensure that Singapore hub will be in the leading position to facilitate the consumers and to develop and maintain the global brands.

 

  
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