TO tap opportunities made available by new technologies and globalisation, Singapore has to make great efforts in economic restructuring, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat has said.

EDITORIAL

AMID a slowing global economy and trade tensions between the world's two giant nations that could worsen the slump, the Singapore government's decision to guard the city state's...

EDITORIAL

EVERY year, after the Singapore Budget is unveiled, no matter how broad its scope and reach, inevitably some quarters come away disappointed. This year is no different, even as the Budget debate in...

SINGAPORE BUDGET 2019

FOR Singaporeans investing in real estate investment trusts (Reits), Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat's removal of the sunset clause for tax exemption on Singapore-listed Reits (S-Reits) and...

SINGAPORE BUDGET 2019

IN A surprise move, the government will tighten the foreign workforce quota for the services sector by reducing the dependency ratio ceiling (DRC) and S Pass sub-DRC in two steps starting next year.

SINGAPORE BUDGET 2019

THE Singapore government's plan to adopt a dual approach on new investments - borrow for big-ticket, lumpy infrastructure projects and tap recurrent revenue for social and security undertakings...

SINGAPORE BUDGET 2019

A S$8 billion package was unveiled on Monday to thank the generation born here in the 1950s - or became citizens by 1996 - for its contributions to Singapore.

SINGAPORE'S 2019 Budget position remains expansionary, with a basic deficit of S$7.1 billion, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament on Monday. ...

SINGAPORE will tighten the goods and services (GST) import relief and the alcohol duty-free concession for travellers, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament on Monday. 

ELIGIBLE Singaporeans aged 50 to 64 years old in 2019, who have less than S$60,000 of retirement savings in their CPF accounts, will get a CPF top-up of up to S$1,000 in their CPF accounts.