SINGAPORE, March 30 (Reuters) - Singapore unveiled plans on Tuesday to cement its role as a nerve centre for manufacturing supply chains spanning Asia in a bid to make itself indispensable to multinational firms that form the backbone of its economy. The government said it would work with a clutch of companies to develop integrated supply chains, from product design to distribution, powered by the latest information and telecommunications technology. The plan could yield annual savings ...
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