Singapore Budget 2015: The full list of infographics

Published Wed, Feb 25, 2015 · 02:11 AM

THE Singapore government's Budget statement for FY2015 has been delivered in Parliament. Next up: the Budget debate and Committee of Supply (COS) debates. To get you up to speed with what Members of Parliament will be debating in parliament next week, here's a list of all the Budget 2015 infographics produced by The Business Times team:

1. Tharman's Budget wrap

2. Redefining reserve returns

3. The impact of Budget 2015 [Interactive]:

Every single measure announced in the Budget Speech in a single table, sortable by who they will affect.

4. Bucks to the future:

A hefty bunch of goodies aimed at preparing Singapore for the future makes Budget 2015 the most generous since the interventionist package during the global financial crisis. Here's an at-a-glance summary of the key measures.

5. Budget in numbers [Interactive]:

Click through the story to see how the Budget's focus has changed over time, or explore the FY2015 numbers in detail by selecting a line item on the government's revenues and expenditures statement.

6. Key Budget numbers:

A sizeable deficit sets Budget 2015 apart from the government's spending plans in previous years. A summary infographic of where the money will come from, where it will go, and other nuggets buried in the thick Budget Book.

7. Budget 2015 at a glance [Interactive]:

For a quicker take, the Budget numbers distilled into seven charts.

8. The Singapore Budget explained:

Why does the Budget matter? How does it work? What are the COS debates? Where does the money come from and go to?

Also, for a taste of what people were expecting before Budget day:

1. A generous Budget

2. What Budget 2015 may bring

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