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[Singapore] To support viable SMEs that may have cash flow concerns or wish to continue growing their business, the Government will introduce a new SME Working Capital Loan scheme, for loans of up to $300,000 per SME. Under this scheme, the Government will co-share 50% of the default risk of these loans with participating financial institutions, to encourage lending to SMEs. The SME Working Capital Loan will be available for three years, starting from 2016.
[Singapore] The introduction of automation support package is viewed as a replacement to the PIC scheme following the announcement to allow PIC scheme to be lapsed after YA 2018. This reflects the Government’s continuous commitment to drive productivity and innovation. The automation support package will consist of enhancing existing grants available and introduction of new scheme and measures governed under one single agency, SPRING Singapore. To support firms to automate, drive productivity and scale up,
[Singapore] To support more M&As, the existing cap for qualifying M&A deals will be doubled from $20m to $40m, such that: » Tax allowance of 25% will be granted for up to $40m of consideration paid for qualifying M&A deals per YA; and » Stamp duty relief will be granted for up to $40m of consideration paid for qualifying M&A deals per financial year. These changes will apply to qualifying M&A deals made from 1
[Singapore] To facilitate the growth of Singapore’s trading sector and create high-value professional, managerial & executive jobs, IE Singapore launched the Global Trader Programme (GTP) in June 2001. Under the current Global Trader Programme (Structured Commodity Finance) (“GTP (SCF)”) scheme, approved companies are taxed at a reduced corporate tax rate of 5% or 10% on its income derived from the following qualifying activities; Factoring; Forfeiting; Prepayment; Countertrade; Warehouse receipt financing; Export receivable financing; Project finance;