|Singapore's small businesses are expected to be having concerns regarding the new and diverse government incentive schemes, which were announced in the recent Budget. As reported by Channelnewsasia.com, the meeting conducted by the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME), the small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) discussed the complexities of the various schemes, as well as how fast they could get their money approved under the Productivity and Innovation Credit scheme. The government expects to reduce the dependence on foreign workers, but this issue was not directly raised at the ASME conference.
Hong Kong's composite interest rate declined 3 basis points (bps) registering 0.25% in February this year. As reported by News.gov.hk, the decrease in the composite rates was due to the decline ... more
Thailand's government is likely to offer financial support for export-oriented small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and the indigenous industry, resulting in an increase in volume and value ... more