Public Sector Archive

Aerospace and defense industries: the path ahead

As the world gradually recovers from the effects of the recession, the defense industry and the aerospace industry are looking for ways to ensure that they stay ahead of the curve.

Airport information system: the ace up the sleeve of the aviation industry

The economic crisis that has been plaguing the world- in particular the countries of the West- has taken its toll on the aviation industry as well.

For Singapore defense industry, the future is here

Singapore, like most of the other countries of South-East Asia, is heavily investing in the defense sector. And there is good reason for that.

Sector Updates: Public Sector

Public sector is the segment of economy that is concerned with providing government jobs. In the recent past, public sector has been going through a rough phase.

Military helicopter manufacturers continue to flourish despite shrinking defense budgets

Over the past few years, USA and almost all the countries of Europe have cut down on their defense budgets to quite some extent. One of the major reasons behind that has been the rising clamor among

The enhanced quality of life in Indonesia

Indonesia has undergone an economic transformation since as early as 1970s. Not only has the per capita GDP doubled, inflation has also receded to a great extent.

Indonesia’s tourism looks promising post the curfew lift-off

The Indonesian economy holds great promise as the 16th largest economy in the world. Markets predict that the country has the potential to become the seventh largest economy by 2030.

Supply chain management evolves with technology

Shaped by international competition, supply chain management (SCM) is growing and rapidly evolving. However, only once SCM personnel are familiar with computer technology, quantitative methods, and planning and problem-solving technique scan resources like people, machinery, facilities, material,

Is Kenya the next Africa’s powerhouse?

Even though Kenya has always been a prospective economy in east and central Africa, various conflicts with the neighboring Somalia had been one of the major causes for its stunted growth until recently.

Does the biometric passport draw a thin line between intimacy and supervision?

The term ‘biometric’ refers to the automatic verification of any person’s identity through the recognition of a set of uniquely distinguishable traits or characteristics such as body shape and voice, among others - facial and fingerprint recognition,