EDITORIAL

THE coronavirus pandemic has hit the job market hard, to put it mildly.

BUSINESSES should make use of the downtime due to the Covid-19 outbreak to transform, tapping not just the Stabilisation and Support Package but also government support for transformation, said...

COMMENTARY

WHAT a difference a year makes. Early last year, Singapore was grappling with slower growth resulting from the negative effects of tariff hikes as trade tensions between the United States and...

MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT

THE latest changes to Singapore's SkillsFuture efforts will give companies more control over matching training to workforce needs - an improvement on earlier measures, watchers told The Business...

STOCKS

IN RECENT weeks, the Covid-19 spread has left a sizeable dent in sentiment as investors worry about the economic repercussions brought about by the outbreak.

ON FEB 18, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat is expected to unveil a strong expansionary Budget. Incorporating ideas from Singaporeans as part of the "Singapore...

FACED with rising business costs and wages in a challenging operating environment, companies want those issues addressed in this year's Budget.

ECONOMIC growth in Singapore is likely to remain subdued in 2020 and this could be the impetus for a fiscal stimulus package that may be the largest in a decade, according to HSBC Private Bank....

DEPUTY Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat will deliver Singapore's 2020 Budget Statement in Parliament on Feb 18, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said in a statement on Wednesday....

[SINGAPORE] The annual Budget Day where the government unveils its plans and budget will be held in Parliament on Tuesday, Feb 18, 2020.