Singapore firms 'hit harder by Covid than global counterparts'

2 December 2020

Most (98%) Singapore firms have concerns about their supply chains following the Covid-19 pandemic and plan to invest rapidly to counteract its effects, a survey has found.

The figures part of the HSBC Navigator survey, which canvassed more than 10,000 businesses in 39 countries around the world.

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