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SME registrations sluggish in 2017-2022 amid calls for more incentives

Publication date 12 August 2022 | 13:58 | ICT

Small- and medium-sized businesses accounted for 43,813 or roughly one-twelfth of “more than 520,000” registered manufacturing enterprises as of July, up by 442 or 1.02 per cent over the same time in 2017

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