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SMEs 'at an inflexion point'

ASME chief flags the struggles of SMEs, which are mostly in traditional trades and may go out of business amid push to transform the economy

ASME chief Kurt Wee said moves to expand the types of parental leave can wait two years as smaller businesses have other more pressing survival issues at hand.


THE president of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) has warned that smaller businesses in Singapore, the bulk of which are in traditional businesses, might be in danger of being run to the ground.

Mr Kurt Wee said: "You can talk about transforming the

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