Economic Development Board Singapore

The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), the lead government agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry, is responsible for strategies that enhance Singapore’s position as a global centre for business, innovation, and talent.

See below for the Latest Economic Development Board Singapore News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary.

SG Tourism Board appoints new chief executive

Melissa Ow will take on the new role.

SG Tourism Board appoints new chief executive

Melissa Ow will take on the new role.

Manufacturing output drops 4.2% YoY in March 

Excluding biomedical manufacturing, the output would have fallen by 6.0% YoY.

MTI, economic agencies undergo reshuffling

Affected agencies include the EDB and Enterprise Singapore.

Manufacturing output down 8.9% in February

Without biomedical manufacturing data, output declined nearly 5%.

Gov't revamps GIP to benefit local start-ups

The changes will support Singapore’s start-up and financial ecosystem.

V-shaped recovery expected in some manufacturing sectors despite contraction

Demand will pick up for transport engineering and general manufacturing.

Manufacturing output drops 2.7% YoY in January 

Excluding biomedical manufacturing, output would have fallen by 6.3% YoY.

EDB secures $22.5b in fixed asset investment commitments in 2022

The electronic sectors accounted for two-thirds of FAI commitments for the year.

Manufacturing sector’s business outlook deteriorates

This as firms experience slow demand for manufactured goods.

Consortium launched to grow research, innovation in biologics manufacturing

It forms part of the manufacturing goals in the Lion City.

Chip downturn poses threat to manufacturing growth in 2023: analysts

Manufacturing output will continue to slowdown in 2022 to 2023.

Trade challenges weakened manufacturing production: analysts

Decrease in exports and decline in manufacturing index affected manufacturing.

Manufacturing output up 0.9% in September: EDB

Only biomedical, electronics and chemicals segments posted decline.

Logistics sector is seen to generate yearly VA growth of $6.9b by 2025: Gov't

This will be through efforts of Industry Transformation Maps.

Gov't to increase partnerships between SMEs, international aerospace firms

The government is backing small and medium-sized enterprises' global performance.