While the Singapore government has emphasised exporting the country’s brands and services, a smaller group of entrepreneurs has also found its way into Hong Kong and China. Photo: ReutersWhile the Singapore government has emphasised exporting the country’s brands and services, a smaller group of entrepreneurs has also found its way into Hong Kong and China. Photo: Reuters
While the Singapore government has emphasised exporting the country’s brands and services, a smaller group of entrepreneurs has also found its way into Hong Kong and China. Photo: Reuters

Singaporeans in Hong Kong and mainland China: how the ‘third wing’ of the Lion City’s economy took flight

  • Singaporean firms have over the decades moved from a ‘first wing’ – the domestic economy – to a second, namely regional expansion
  • Now a new group of entrepreneurs is assimilating into other economies and building localised businesses rather than brandishing the city state’s brand
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While the Singapore government has emphasised exporting the country’s brands and services, a smaller group of entrepreneurs has also found its way into Hong Kong and China. Photo: ReutersWhile the Singapore government has emphasised exporting the country’s brands and services, a smaller group of entrepreneurs has also found its way into Hong Kong and China. Photo: Reuters
While the Singapore government has emphasised exporting the country’s brands and services, a smaller group of entrepreneurs has also found its way into Hong Kong and China. Photo: Reuters
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