Rounding up top reads from around the web, including articles shared by fellow investors in the Financial Horse Facebook Group.
“Singapore improves from an already high base,” the World Economic Forum said yesterday, adding that the country ranked first for infrastructure – one of the index’s 12 assessment pillars. Singapore was also No. 1 for two of the index’s other pillars – citizens’ healthy life expectancy years and labour markets. Singapore also scored well because of its financial system, market efficiency and macroeconomic stability.
The report said Singapore came in third for the skill sets of the current workforce, but 28th for the skills of its future workforce.
The report said Singapore will need to promote entrepreneurship to become