Some Singapore small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), especially food companies, are finding Chengdu a viable launchpad to enter the Chinese market.
They cite the capital city of southwestern Sichuan province as having a receptive market to new food imports. The spending power of the 16 million population is also comparable to that of larger metropolises like Beijing and Shanghai.
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