In early 2003, Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong of Singapore will review development strategy – tax cuts with an industrial policy to six “clusters” including the biomedical sciences combined concentrated. After 36 years of tremendous growth has slowed and Singapore is intense competition in exports and foreign direct investment, especially from China. Is the new strategy is the right choice? This case examines several important aspects of Singapore’s growth, including organizational / cultural events … Read more »

In early 2003, Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong of Singapore will review development strategy – tax cuts with an industrial policy to six “clusters” including the biomedical sciences combined concentrated. After 36 years of tremendous growth has slowed and Singapore is intense competition in exports and foreign direct investment, especially from China. Is the new strategy is the right choice? This case examines several important aspects of Singapore’s growth, including organizational / cultural events, the savings / investment balance and growth in total factor productivity.
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Richard H.K. Vietor,
Emily J. Thompson
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
27 pages.
Publication Date: Feb 27, 2003. Prod #: 703040-PDF-ENG
Singapore Inc. HBR case solution

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