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Productivity not a priority among most firms: KPMG

Singapore

ONLY 9.8 per cent of firms polled by KPMG say they are most concerned with improving productivity this year - even with the government's exhortations to firms to redouble their productivity efforts.

Describing the situation as worrying, KPMG head of tax Tay Hong Beng said

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