Singapore’s Temasek in for Long Haul With In-house Startups (Nikkei Asia)
Temasek, Singapore’s state-owned global investment giant, is not just backing young companies, it is making them as well.
This long-term strategy of nurturing startups from the very beginning comes with its own risks, but it also has the potential to turn Temasek into a “superincubator.” READ MORE (GOOGLE CACHE)
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