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Title: Electronic product development in Singapore
Authors: Foo, S.W. 
Issue Date: 1995
Source: Foo, S.W. (1995). Electronic product development in Singapore. IEEE International Engineering Management Conference : 85-91. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Singapore has built up its manufacturing capability in electronic products. Its next logical move is to upgrade its technology structure and promotes research and new product development. However, many issues have to be addressed in moving a country known for its excellence in manufacturing to one known for its new products. From interviews with companies engaged in electronic product development and anecdotal evidences, it is envisaged that shortage of R&D manpower will be a major constraint in Singapore's drive to promote R&D. Other limitations include weak supporting services in prototype development and a small domestic market. Some of these issues are not insurmountable and solutions and actions are being taken to overcome them. The understanding of the various issues involved provides the foundation for further research into the management of product development in Singapore in particular, and in developing countries in general.
Source Title: IEEE International Engineering Management Conference
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