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Stitching up a broken SMG

The recovery of the healthcare provider is well underway after it swung to the black for the first half.

"There is no advantage to being too focused. SMG has several different areas to grow. Look at Astra. In one acquisition, we are now one of the biggest in the private sector," says Dr Beng.

THE remarkable restoration of once ailing Singapore Medical Group (SMG), listed on Singapore's Catalist, may well have been guided by Kintsugi, the Japanese art of mending broken pottery that, at its core, appreciates beauty in things broken.

The group was "haemorrhaging" and "very broken...

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