Apple Invests RM1.2 Billion In Singapore To Continue Making It The Regional Hub

Apple has been based in Singapore since 1981 with the focus at that time being the Apple II computer. After more than 40 years in Singapore, Apple announced an investment worth $250 million (~RM 1.2 Billion) to expand their campus located in Ang Mo Kio.

The upgrade of the Ang Mo Kio campus will be done by the end of this year to strengthen Singapore's status as the hub of their operations in the Southeast Asian region. At this point Apple has almost 4000 employees in Singapore compared to only 72 employees when starting operations.

When completed, the enhanced campus aims to exceed LEED Gold eco-friendliness standards as it fully utilizes sustainable power sources. At this moment, Apple CEO Tim Cook is visiting several Southeast Asian countries. Before arriving in Singapore he visited Vietnam and Indonesia. While meeting with President Widodo, Apple showed interest in expanding their manufacturing facilities in Indonesia.

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