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Singapore Attracts Life Science Companies
Talent, Government Support, and Regulatory Environment Make Ground Fertile for Industry
- Back in the 14th century, Singapore was called Temasek, or "Sea Town," because it was naturally situated where sea routes met at the tip of the Malay Peninsula. The British in the 18th century strategically made Singapore a naval base to feed and protect their fleets. This attracted merchants ...
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