SINGAPORE ECONOMY

SINGAPORE'S deflationary pressures continued to ease in September, with the authorities expecting core inflation to turn "mildly positive" in 2021 after it has remained in negative territory for...

SINGAPORE'S authorities have upgraded the lower band of their overall inflation forecast for 2020 and are expecting core inflation to turn "mildly positive" in 2021 after it has remained in...

OVER S$5.5 billion in payouts under the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) will be disbursed to more than 140,000 employers from Oct 29, to subsidise the June to August wages of about 1.9 million local...

EDITORIAL

THE news that Singapore's government could act to prevent strategically important firms from going under amid the Covid-19 pandemic must have given some reassurance both to some companies - though...

ATTRACTING global heavyweights remains a key prong of Singapore's strategy to create more jobs and keep the labour market tight, even where the Republic currently does not have all the...

OVER S$5.5 billion in payouts under the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) will be disbursed to more than 140,000 employers from Oct 29, to subsidise the June to August wages of about 1.9 million local...

SINGAPORE'S key exports look set to cool down towards the end of the year - although the headline figure is still expected to keep its head above water, with the help of cyclical recovery in the...

REVENUE from corporate taxes and personal income taxes saw the biggest rise among all tax categories, as Singapore's tax authority reported a 2.1 per cent increase in overall takings for financial...

SINGAPORE exports finished the third quarter with a fizzle, rising by a gentler 5.9 per cent year on year in September even as the electronics sector continued its recovery from last year's global...

VIRUS OUTBREAK: PARLIAMENTARY DEBATE

IF A further draw on past reserves is needed for Covid-19 support, the government is prepared to propose it, said Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat in Parliament on...