Human Health Services Industry in Singapore

Experts Views (4)
  • Healthcare Sector

    WHO ranked Singapore's health system, the sixth most effective system in the world and the best in Asia in 2000.

    UK Trade & Investment on 24 Oct 2012 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

  • Healthcare Opportunities

    Singapore’s world class healthcare system, spanning both public and private healthcare services, was ranked the sixth most effective system in the world and the best in Asia by WHO in 2000.

    UK Trade & Investment on 21 Aug 2011 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

  • Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Opptys

    Singapore embarked on its Biomedical Sciences (BMS) initiative in 2000 to develop the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical technology and healthcare sectors, as part of its move to a knowledge based economy.

    UK Trade & Investment on 21 Aug 2011 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

  • Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Opportunities in Singapore

    Singapore aims to grow its BMS output to £12.5 billion by 2015, which is well on track with ongoing public and private sector investment.

    UK Trade & Investment on 4 Oct 2010 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

Hot Tips (3) Go Top
  • Laboratory and Scientific Instruments in Singapore

    The United States continues to dominate in the area of laboratory and scientific equipment and accounts for approximately 40% of total market share. Total imports of laboratory and scientific equipment decreased marginally in 2008.

    U.S. Commercial Service Singapore on 23 Feb 2010 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

  • Singapore IT Opportunities in Healthcare Sector

    Despite the current economic downturn, the Singapore information technology market for the healthcare sector is expected to enjoy steady growth over the next few years. With healthy reserves, the Singapore government is expected to aggressively increase public spending to stimulate the economy.

    U.S. Commercial Service Singapore on 18 Feb 2010 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

  • Healthcare for the Elderly in Singapore

    Demand for healthcare for the elderly in Singapore is set to grow significantly as the population increases and ages. The resident population is anticipated to grow from the current 4.5million to 5.5 million by 2020 while the population of residents aged 65 and above is expected to increase to 900,000 or 20% of the...

    U.S. Commercial Service Singapore on 18 Feb 2010 related to Human Health Services in Singapore

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