Ministry of Trade and Industry

GDP growth to slow down to 3-5% in 2022, from 7% in 2021

MTI cited four downside risks that will affect the economy's growth next year.

GDP growth to slow down to 3-5% in 2022, from 7% in 2021

MTI cited four downside risks that will affect the economy's growth next year.

What has Singapore been doing to help aerospace companies?

Gan Kim Yong highlights the Enhanced Job Support Scheme, amongst others.

Trade Second Minister Tan co-chairs 15th SG-VN CMM

SG, Vietnam discussed strengthening bilateral ties and trade and investment.

Singapore strengthens SME-focused initiatives with South Korea

It launched a program that allows SG SMEs to establish their presence in Korea.

3 key economic trends that will build opportunities for SG companies

Gan shared these trends at the Singapore-China Trade and Investment Forum.

What are the three key amendments proposed in SG's energy bill?

All proposed changes empower the Energy Market Authority.

Singapore GDP up 6.5% in 3Q21

The quarter’s GDP moderates from 15.2% in 2Q21.

Singapore forges Green Economy Agreement with Australia

The deal is expected to accelerate the transition towards a green future.

SG enforces vaccination-differentiated safe management measures

Establishments covered by this include shopping malls and large standalone stores.

Singapore to ally with WTO initiative on services domestic regulation

The initiative aims to improve the overseas service exports environment.

MTI reiterates Singapore's focus on biomedical sciences

This is to address the increased global demand for healthcare products.

ASEAN to remain committed to open trade

This was stated by Minister Gan Kim Yong in the ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting.

Singapore to chair CPTPP in 2022

Minister Gan Kim Yong served as a representative for Singapore at the meeting. 

Singapore, China affirm bilateral economic ties in IPC Meeting

The two countries discussed the progress of bilateral cooperation projects and agreements. 

SG issues tighter COVID-19 safety measures for F&B operations

This is after a two-week suspension of operations due to COVID-19.