Economy

28 Feb 19
The infocomm segment’s business receipts led the growth and jumped 7.2%.
27 Feb 19
It shrank by 3.1% no thanks to declines in electronics and precision engineering.
27 Feb 19
But the Lion City is expected to benefit from initiatives aiming to improve logistics and harmonise regulations.
25 Feb 19
Slower growth in electricity and gas prices outweighed higher services inflation.
21 Feb 19
Wholesale trade of petroleum products surged 43.2%.
19 Feb 19
Exports to EU, Japan, South Korea and ASEAN have recovered.
19 Feb 19
The government is allocating 30% of the budget to defence from 18.5% in 2018.
18 Feb 19
Find out what EY, Deloitte, KPMG, and PwC have to say about the Budget.
18 Feb 19
But momentum could taper off as growth could slow down in 2019.
18 Feb 19
And personal finance startup DollarsAndSense acquires insurtech platform fundMyLife.
18 Feb 19
The budget surplus for 2019 hit $2.1b, a carbon tax will be implemented, and a $3.1b fund for CareShield has been declared.
15 Feb 19
It plans to invest $50m for each market launch.
15 Feb 19
The defence minister thinks that Singaporeans should stand guard against both physical and digital threats to sovereignty.
15 Feb 19
Companies that supply parts and components to China were hit by weak demand.
15 Feb 19
Growth in the manufacturing sector decelerated to 7.2% from 10.4%.
12 Feb 19
The government is actively spending for railway, highways, airports and water conservancy projects.
12 Feb 19
It is led by Singtel director Bobby Chin.
12 Feb 19
The construction sector will receive a boost as the government's resumes infrastructure spending.
11 Feb 19
A live webcast of the budget speech will be available on the Singapore budget website.
7 Feb 19
This is on the back of its business and tech environment, and talent pool.
7 Feb 19
The decrease came as the government is tipped to splash out $250b to boost job growth.
4 Feb 19
Firms in the accommodation, transport and wholesale trade industries were the most pessimistic.
31 Jan 19
The Lion City fell behind in terms of business and labour freedom.
30 Jan 19
It surpassed the $3t record set in 2016.
23 Jan 19
The faster MoM growth came as the prices of services and retail items picked up pace.
22 Jan 19
Half of the region's top execs expect growth to improve in 2019 despite economic uncertainties.
22 Jan 19
Spending will take a huge hit amidst weak wage growth and job losses..
22 Jan 19
The government can afford to pursue looser monetary policy amidst its strong fiscal position.
21 Jan 19
Expectations continued its downward trend from September.
21 Jan 19
The economy is projected to grow at a midly slower pace in 2019 at just under 2.5% from around 3% in 2018.
18 Jan 19
The country is planning tax refunds equal to 2.6% of the GDP in Q3 2018.
18 Jan 19
However, the central bank is allowing yields to trade mildly higher to boost profits.
17 Jan 19
It was dragged by the 11.2% decrease in the electronics segment.
17 Jan 19
KPMG says in its Budget 2019 wishlist that it may encourage corporations to develop their risk management, vigilance and governance for cyber...