SBF has become a more prominent voice for Singapore firms over past decade, says retiring CEO

The SBF has been vocal asking for more financing out of the Temasek portfolio and will continue to push for it, said Mr Ho Meng Kit. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - Over the past ten years, the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) has become a prominent voice for the Singapore business community - and small enterprises, in particular - said retiring chief executive Ho Meng Kit.

Mr Ho, 64, added that trade associations and chambers have grown to become more collaborative in the past decade and the SBF has taken on a more active role in representing the interests of Singapore businesses on the international stage.

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