Quite a bit in here regarding further contraction in immigration via harder to get work permits.
A strong currency and subsidies for low-income workers offer a contrasting approach to the challenge of an aging society.
Great look at the Dyson stuff.
BTW – you can pick up the author’s book here. 😉
I still think this is a smart move for Dyson and Singapore is right to try and work with the evolving landscape of trade.
There may be cheaper cities but there is no better city in SEA for a move like this.
Will be interesting to see how it plays out.
Dyson’s decision to move specifically to Southeast Asia is also significant. As China’s overall economic growth slows, many global companies will begin to look afresh at Asia’s other emerging giants for future growth — a point made in The Future is Asian, a new book from author Parag Khanna. For all of the inducements it may or may not have offered Dyson, Singapore undeniably provides a useful base from which to launch future forays into markets like Indonesia and India.
Brexit for sure – go Singapore.
My GoJek driver today went on and on about this service.
I am going to try it – fares seem to be similar to GoJek but non subsidy based and drivers get a better, normal deal.
App is nice.
Will let you know.
The company will first focus on raising awareness for employees and job seekers.
— Read on www.techinasia.com/glassdoor-enters-singapore
What everyone hopes would happen sometimes – the global product takes over the SEA company as they march around the globe.
The actual PDF is here
Neuron Mobility raises $3.7M to bring e-scooters to Southeast Asia’s cities – TechCrunch