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Economic development in the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city is crucial for it to attract talent and investments and hence generate jobs for its residents.


Tasty Singapore Food Product Centre

[Photo caption]:  Minister for National Development and Second Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong officiated the opening of the Tasty Singapore Food Product Centre in April 2016
[Photo caption]: Minister for National Development and Second Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong officiated the opening of the Tasty Singapore Food Product Centre in April 2016

IE Singapore is actively involved in helping Singapore-based companies and industry associations to set up their operations in the Eco-city. For example, it has helped the Singapore Food Manufacturers’ Association to set up the Tasty Singapore Food Product Centre in the Eco-city. The Centre serves as a product showcase and distribution centre for Singapore food companies, and will help the companies make inroads into North China.

IE Singapore also offers a range of financial incentives such as grants and tax incentives to help Singapore-based companies to set up their operations in the Eco-city. In view of the Eco-city's unique status as a flagship Government-to-Government project, IE Singapore launched a customised "Tianjin Eco-city Assistance Programme" (TAP) in January 2011 to facilitate Singapore-based companies' entry into the Eco-city. Under TAP, each eligible company may receive a grant of up to S$150,000.

IE Singapore works closely with Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city Investment and Development Co., Ltd. and Singapore's industry associations to organise business seminars on investment opportunities in the Eco-city. IE Singapore also organises business missions to the Eco-city for Singapore-based companies.

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