SINGAPORE (Apr 30): The prolonged Covid-19 outbreak has hurt vast swathes of the economy and even for those sectors not directly affected by the global lockdown, they are bracing for some form of disruption which could lead to lower sales.

However, AEM Holdings, the Singapore-listed provider of chip testing solutions, is hoping to benefit from the global lockdown. That is because what AEM manufactures enable people to work, study and collaborate with one another from different locations, says Chandran Nair, group president and soon to be CEO.

“I would not say that AEM is not going to be affected. But the markets that have the need for remote working and communications is what I’m focusing on,” Nair tells The Edge Singapore in an interview on March 23.

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