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ECONOMY | Staff Reporter, Singapore

MOF seeks public feedback on 2016 budget

Insights are welcome until 26 February.

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is seeking public feedback on the budget for 2016, which will be presented by MOF minister Heng Swee Keat in Parliament on 24 March this year.

According to MOF’s announcement, MOF also launched a website specifically for Budget 2016 through which the public can access updates as well as general information about the Singapore budget process as well.

Individuals, households, and businesses are all welcome to provide feedback on issues of company innovation and internationalisation.

Feedback is welcomed from 1 February to 26 February. Interested contributors can submit their views online through the REACH Pre-Budget 2016 microsite, social media accounts, and email, as well as through the hotline.

REACH will also host a forum on 17 February where members of the public can discuss their suggestions. 

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