The incentives aim to rally companies towards creating better work environments and ultimately, better jobs, says Rikvin.
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On the back of the recent expansion of Medpace’s global clinical research laboratory in Singapore, the city-state back in the limelight for attracting international biomedical and clinical research companies to set up here.
As announced by Singapore’s leaders in their Labour Day messages this week, companies led by innovation can help create better jobs for locals as competition for jobs intensifies. In return, the country will continue to offer generous incentives to help them succeed, says company incorporation specialist Rikvin.
Although Singapore did not make a big cut in its corporate tax rate, it still offers the lowest effective tax rate for newly set up companies.
The report provides an overview of the permanent resident (PR) and naturalization activity in Singapore and shares a number of factors which affect a PR application.
Rikvin becomes first corporate services firm in Singapore to embrace emerging currency.