Singapore earmarks $2.9 billion for biomedical sector support
This article was originally published in Scrip
Singapore's government has signalled its continuing commitment to the development of the biomedical sciences industry by setting aside a total of S$3.7 billion ($2.85 billion) for the third phase of its national programme to support the sector.
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