Reports About Strategic Industries In Singapore

Industry Reports

Remove Filters

The Medical Technologies Sector – Key Trends in Singapore

Sep 2017

This report provides an overview of the medical technologies sector in Singapore. The Singaporean government strongly fosters the medical sector, and has helped the country to become a medtech manufacturing and R&D hub. From 2000 to 2015, Singapore’s medtech manufacturing nominal value added grew from SGD 0.8 billion, or 0.6% of GDP to SGD 3.5 billion. The country is aiming for SGD 5 billion in manufacturing output.

Having the most established public healthcare system, along with strong intellectual property protection, existing research infrastruc...

Read more

The Smart Cities Sector – Key Trends in Singapore

Jun 2017

This report is designed to provide an overview of the smart cities sector in Singapore.  The country is a tiny island of 5.7 million people, and is an often-cited example of a smart city in Asia. The country is investing heavily in the future, particularly in smart technologies. The report explores various public and private initiatives in Singapore to boost the smart city sector, for example:

  • In January 2016, the city-state announced a five-year plan worth SGD 19 billion that will fund research and development (R&D) activities that will upd...
Read more

Singapore Country Profile

May 2017

The report offers a wide range of data and information collected from various sources that were built together in order to provide not just facts but deeper insights about the country. Unlike other country reports that focus more on macro-economic data, we think that the most valuable part of the report, from an exporter’s perspective, is the overview of Singapore’s key sectors, major foreign players in the market, and their strategies in the market.  This will help you better understand the dynamism of the country’s key business areas, its comp...

Read more

The Water & Wastewater Sector – Key Trends in Singapore

May 2017

Listed as one of the “water-stressed nations in the world”, Singapore struggled with scarcity of water in its early years. Its dependence on Malaysia for the import of raw water led the country to invest heavily into R&D in the water and wastewater sector. Today, it has built up a thriving water ecosystem supported by more than 20 public and private R&D centers, and carries out some of the most advanced and innovative water research across the whole water cycle. Singapore's ‘Global Hydro-hub’ consists of about 180 water industr...

Read more