Some 98 per cent of those surveyed by AmCham Singapore said they had long-term faith in the city state as a business hub. Photo: Bloomberg Some 98 per cent of those surveyed by AmCham Singapore said they had long-term faith in the city state as a business hub. Photo: Bloomberg
Some 98 per cent of those surveyed by AmCham Singapore said they had long-term faith in the city state as a business hub. Photo: Bloomberg

AmCham survey finds American businesses confident in Singapore, despite coronavirus

  • Some 98 per cent of members of the American Chamber of Commerce Singapore have expressed faith in the city state as a business hub
  • Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing said businesses must restructure, train workers and diversify supply chains and offerings to emerge stronger

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Some 98 per cent of those surveyed by AmCham Singapore said they had long-term faith in the city state as a business hub. Photo: Bloomberg Some 98 per cent of those surveyed by AmCham Singapore said they had long-term faith in the city state as a business hub. Photo: Bloomberg
Some 98 per cent of those surveyed by AmCham Singapore said they had long-term faith in the city state as a business hub. Photo: Bloomberg
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