Singapore ranks highest in Asia-Pacific, comes first globally in the Financial Stewardship, Attractive Marketplace and Helping People Rise pillars and takes the top spot globally in 10 of the 35 indicators used to develop the Index.
The partnership opens up new frontiers and developments, which will propel industry innovations in quantum technologies. They will set up a framework to accelerate R&D in the quantum technology ecosystem.
There are several aspects that China must facilitate and foster to grow its digital economy, chief of which is the establishment of more Big Data centres all over the country.
The Internet digital economy’s growth rate was 28%, reaching US$8 billion in revenue while the ICT digital economy and digital economy of industries each had average revenue growth rates of about 15%.
Successful digital adoption requires preparation. Now, Taiwan’s planned biggest technology corridor is getting needed support with the approval of its transportation access.
The collaboration in the digital healthcare system has the potential to bolster capacity-building programs on digital health and offering better healthcare to both the nations.
New Zealand’s most populous urban centre is leading the way with its two new electric ferries and will be a major boost to the rapidly developing maritime clean technology sector in New Zealand.
Delegates from Singapore’s public sector gather to discuss the use of data analytics to rapidly improve citizen services.
The mobile application connects citizens with the city administration and users can report problems, search for public services and receive information to access COVID-19 treatment and advice quicker and more easily.
With what the first quarter of the Western side of China is posting in the first quarter of the year in terms of output, it’s easy to see that the East-to-West digital pivot works.