Singapore Budget 2015
 
 
 

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 Budget in numbers (updated)

Click through the story below to see how the budget's focus has changed over time, or explore the numbers in detail by selecting a line in the table.

Spending for tomorrowShifting Priorities
 
 
 
 
Source: Ministry of Finance
 
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COMMENTARY

"MORE than 7 in 10 Singaporeans supported Budget 2015 initiatives," began a REACH media release on Tuesday, which outlined key findings of the national feedback unit's post-Budget...

BUDGET DEBATE

THIS year's Budget debate has moved beyond the usual manpower crunch grouses, towards the need for industry-relevant skills and lifelong learning - a welcome development...

BUDGET DEBATE

FROM next January, the Medisave Contribution Ceiling (MCC) - the upper limit on Medisave savings - will be renamed the Basic Healthcare Sum to bring it in line with Central Provident Fund (CPF)...

ANALYSIS

WITH Budget 2015's surprise revenue-strengthening measures, it's clear that the discussion on how to foot Singapore's rising expenditure needs has already begun. But the conversation...

BUDGET DEBATE

TRADITIONAL arts in Singapore will soon get a boost from a S$25 million investment by the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) over the next five years, Minister of State for Culture,...

BUDGET DEBATE

THERE have been calls to smoothen out the future supply of Certificates of Entitlement (COE) by holding back COEs, but this is not a straightforward exercise and the government has no immediate plans...

BUDGET DEBATE

A survey last year indicated that more commuters are satisfied with public transport, but the recent rail disruptions show there is room for improvement, said Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew on...

BUDGET DEBATE

THE second package of public bus services under the Government Contracting Model will be put out for tender in the second quarter of this year.

The government is embarking on a new roadmap to boost productivity in the construction sector, a traditional laggard.

BUDGET DEBATE

TWO funds will receive financial injections to help strengthen Singapore's aviation and maritime sectors, by focusing on areas such as talent development...