Brunei Industry 2013
With ample energy resources, Brunei Darussalam is working to build a stronger industrial base using its access to cheap power and petroleum products. Downstream industries have already seen significant successes, and efforts are also being made in unrelated sectors, specifically in halal products, where the Sultanate has resources and expertise. High-tech industries are also attracting significant attention. Moves to address skills gaps and support innovation are also playing their part in expanding industry. Industrial diversification is now delivering improved economic productivity and the realisation of national growth objectives. While petrochemicals remains the top industrial segment to date, the coming years should see a growth in investment and output from sectors considered nascent today. This chapter contains an interview with Edward Ko, General Manager, Viva Pharmaceutical Brunei.
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