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SMEs told to adapt, be pro-active

SCCCI also wooing young entrepreneurs by changing public perception that it's a solely Chinese-speaking organisation.

"In the past, because of the presence of successful Chinese businessmen in the council, people had the impression SCCCI was a 'rich old men's club'," says Mr Chua.

IN today's business environment, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) must bite the bullet and adapt or risk being phased out.

That is the message which the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) has been working hard to convey to SMEs, given the unwavering

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