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Article Germany's auto industry at crossroads
By: MARKUS ZIENER GLOBAL AFFAIRS CORRESPONDENT IN BERLIN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  20/12/2019
In Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg and Lower Saxony, almost 5 per cent of jobs are dependent on the car industry. In Saarland, it's even higher, at about 7 per cent. In 2015, the automobile industry's output came up to nearly 5 per cent of gross domestic product.   (1428 words)
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Article Digitalising the insurance industry
By: SAMUEL CHIN,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  09/09/2019
Her bosses rejected that idea and she thus founded CXA Group in 2013 with S$5 million of her life savings, coupled with a S$5 million loan from DBS, seeking to modernise the insurance industry.   (908 words)
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Article Medical industry's rogue agents
By: ZAIHAN MOHAMED YUSOF,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  20/04/2019

"The medical concierge industry should be regulated and transparent, because if not, there will be more to pay for patients down the road," he added.
When The Straits Times contacted the Singapore-based agent last month regarding the allegations, he denied them.   (975 words)
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Article FITNESS INDUSTRY SHAPES UP
By: AW CHENG WEI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  20/02/2019
The fitness industry is expected to gather pace in Asia, including Singapore, as more people step up their pursuit of a healthier lifestyle.   (1375 words)
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Article Moving construction industry forward
By: SUE-ANN TAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/09/2018

At the dinner at Shangri-La Hotel, SCAL president Kenneth Loo told around 800 guests that the association planned to bring the industry forward by enhancing adult training courses under its training arm, SCAL Academy.   (362 words)
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Article The six industry clusters
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  19/04/2018
Key industries under the Industry Transformation Map (ITM) programme will be grouped into six clusters as Singapore's economy begins its next phase of transformation.   (218 words)
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Article Industry still moving slowly on digitalisation
By: TAN HWEE HWEE,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  24/04/2018
SINGAPORE MARITIME WEEK

Significant percentage of poll respondents unsure if it's really worth the effort

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A SIGNIFICANT percentage of senior maritime executives responding to a poll on Monday harboured doubts about a digital future for the sector, an indication of the industry   (345 words)
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Article THE BOOMING TUITION INDUSTRY
By: ANG YIYING,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  09/04/2018
BILLION-DOLLAR INDUSTRY
Not only has the proportion of students taking tuition grown exponentially, so has the dollar value of the tuition industry as a whole.
Consider these figures:
• The tuition industry was valued at $52.6 million a year in 1981, reported The Straits Times based on the survey at that time.   (1324 words)
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Article Innovation in food industry
By: DEREK WONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  22/03/2019
Some food and beverage enterprises here have leveraged technology to improve productivity, said Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Chee Hong Tat.
Others have shown creativity in differentiating their products.   (238 words)
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Article Getting maritime industry shipshape
By: DAVID HUGHES,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (TRANSPORT)  21/11/2018
He emphasised that every industry is competing for talent, and in this digital age "we can expect disruptive business models that will force companies to rethink and re-evaluate the way we attract and retain talent".   (780 words)
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