According to the Plan, the first 12 to 18 months of the
strategy will witness a significant amount of work undertaken across three strategic
themes. This initial period will form the foundation for the future
deliverables and inform the first strategic plan review in early 2019.
Singapore came in at 9th place on global intellectual property (IP) index, Create, released by the US Chamber of Commerce Global Innovation Policy Centre (GIPC).
This was done because of increasing
migration and commuting between the two countries. The connection will make it
technologically possible to transfer data electronically through a uniform
transfer method over the Gulf of Finland between organisations that have joined
the countries’ data exchange layers. For instance, register data can be exchanged automatically so
that the home municipality of Estonians living in Finland is marked correctly
in Estonian registries.
The Plan recommends
enhancing the national culture of innovation by launching ambitious National
Missions and proposes a Genomics and Precision Medicine National Mission as an
ideal first mission.