Useful Government Links

Useful Government Links

Doing Business In Singapore

ACE fosters greater entrepreneurship through close collaboration between the private-sector and the public sector. It brings together a diverse group of people who want to contribute towards the creation of a more entrepreneurial Singapore. ACE comprises 23 private sector representatives from various industries.

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The Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME ) is a self-help organisation of business people who run small and medium enterprises in Singapore. The Association brings together entrepreneurs of various industries and service sectors to exchange and share their experiences and aspirations. It also undertakes activities and provides contacts with government bodies, embassies and relevant organisations to help members advance their businesses locally and overseas.

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The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) is the lead agency that plans and executes strategies to sustain Singapore as a compelling global hub for business and investment. It enables multinational and Singapore-based companies to enhance and upgrade to higher value-creating operations across manufacturing and internationally traded services, in a knowledge-driven globalised economy.

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The Ministry of Trade And Industry (MTI) is a government agency that aims to promote high and stable levels of economic growth and employment by facilitating the development of industry sectors with strong growth potential and fundamentals.

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The Singapore Business Federation was formed in 2002 as an apex chamber to enhance the organisation of the business community in Singapore. All companies that have a paid-up capital of S$0.5 million and above are now members of the SBF. The SBF is managed by a Council which is representative of the Singapore business community. Much of SBF's work is about building long-term strategic alliances within the private sector and also between local businessmen with their foreign counterparts.

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Singapore Customs is a government agency under the Ministry of Finance. Formed on 1 April 2003 , Singapore Customs is the lead agency on trade facilitation and revenue enforcement matters. It is responsible for implementation of customs and trade enforcement measures including those related to free trade agreements and strategic goods.

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GeBIZ (Government Electronic Business) is an integrated online business centre where GeBIZ-registered suppliers (Trading Partners) can conduct e-commerce with the Singapore Government. GeBIZ Partner is the internet portal for the supplier community where Trading Partners will be able to source for government-extensive business opportunities.

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The Singapore Manufacturers' Federation (SMa) was formerly known as the Singapore Manufacturers' Association (SMA). Founded in 1932, SMa is re-focussing its effort and energy on the broadly-defined manufacturing community. This manufacturing community includes companies that are involved in manufacturing, even those companies that do not have physical manufacturing facilities in Singapore and companies that support the activities of manufacturers.

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