Singapore ups competitiveness within offshore and marine

Singapore plans to up its competitiveness within offshore and marine engineering by including factors such as climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic in the country's future plans for the sector.

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An increased focus on disruptors such as climate change and the global pandemic will help boost the competitiveness of Singapore's offshore and marine engineering sector in coming years.

The country raises its ambitions with an updated plan for the sector's competitiveness, which is expected to enter into force in 2022, writes The Straits Times.

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