Singapore, Korea hold dialogues to implement digital partnership
The dialogue was led by Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry and Korea Ministry of Trade.
Singapore and the Republic of Korea held a digital economy dialogue to discuss how to operationalise its Digital Partnership Agreement.
The dialogue, led by the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry, and Korea Ministry of Trade, saw public and private sector representatives exchange views and enhance collaboration between the two economies.
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“Through the Dialogue, stakeholders from both sides engaged on issues related to the digital economy and explored mutually beneficial business opportunities in Singapore, Korea, and the region,” Deputy Secretary Jane Lim said.
“By bringing together public and private sector players with complementary knowledge and expertise, I believe that the Dialogue will be an important platform for promoting further cooperation between Singapore and Korea in the digital arena.”
The Dialogue also paved the way for Singapore enterprises to engage Korean public and private sector agencies on digital trade technologies and services.