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After-Care Programme

Aims

  • To identify problems encountered by new and existing companies in the implementation and operation of projects, and offer assistance through direct consultation and cooperation with the relevant departments.
  • Secure infrastructure facilities including land, electricity, water, and telecommunication.
  • Expedite approvals relating to licenses, work and residence permit, visa etc.
  • Extend support to existing companies in planning expansion, diversification and other reinvestment.
  • Undertake periodic review of problems faced by industries and formulate new measures to expedite project implementation to ensure smooth operation of existing companies.
  • Update and enhance existing data base on companies in production.

Major Possible Problems and Issues in Discussed During Aftercare Visits

  1. Provision of infrastructure
    1. Electricity (power quality, outages)
    2. Water (unscheduled stoppages, low pressure)
    3. Industrial sites (poor condition)
    4. Waste disposal/treatment
    5. Telecommunication (supply and breakdown
  2. Others
    1. Financial
    2. Technical Assistance
    3. Marke
  3. Government approvals and procedures
  4. Expansion and growth prospects
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2012-04-01
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