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Local Indian restaurants tie up to boost productivity

They'll adopt new tech, use food processing centres and skills training courses
Saturday, October 31, 2015 - 05:50

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HANDS ON DECK: Mr Tharman (centre) trying his hand at making jilebi; looking on are (from left) WDA CEO Ng Cher Pong, Singapore Productivity Centre chairman Ahmad Magad, Gayatri executive chef S Vikineswaran, and Jaggi's sweet master Shasipal

Singapore

AGAINST the backdrop of a tight labour market, 22 local Indian restaurants have banded together to set up two consortia to boost productivity through new initiatives and to create skills development programmes for their employees.

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