EuroCham participates actively in the Singapore government’s industry consultation process, providing feedback from the European business community and sharing best practices from Europe. Regulatory issues faced by European companies based in Singapore tend also to be different from the issues experienced back in the European headquarters. As such, EuroCham support companies in “glocalisation”, with both global and local considerations, encouraging an open and collaborative style in our advocacy work.
By representing the European business community in Singapore, EuroCham connects businesses and provides a platform to facilitate dialogue between the Singapore government agencies and European Commission.
Over the past year, EuroCham produced three position papers and participated in a number of consultation sessions with government agencies on topics such as sustainable finance, insurance regulations, healthcare affordability and effectiveness, as well as environmental sustainability.