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SINGAPORE is vulnerable to uncertainties in the global environment and its buffer against present headwinds are companies and workers' capabilities, which will enable it to ride the eventual upturn, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday.

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Capability of firms, workers can buffer against economic headwinds: DPM Heng

SINGAPORE is vulnerable to uncertainties in the global environment and its buffer against present headwinds are companies and workers' capabilities, which will enable it to ride the eventual upturn, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday.


Grab contributes US$5.8b to South-east Asia economy in a year

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GRAB contributed US$​5.8 billion to South-east Asia's economy in the 12 months leading up to March 2019, through driver, delivery, merchant and agent incomes and sales generated through its platform and ​Grab unit Kudo.


Bishan Park Condo up for collective sale with S$680m-S$688m guide price

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Singapore facing 'acute' shortage of fintech talent: poll

SOME 94 per cent of respondents here said that the city-state is facing a talent shortage, and 64 per cent of employers said they have difficulties hiring fintech talent, according to its Fintech Employment 2019 report.


Only half of Singaporeans feel fulfilled in life with finances seen as biggest obstacle: survey

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