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Budget 2021

Singapore signals return to balanced budgets post Covid-19 crisis: Bloomberg

Singapore plans to rein in its budget deficit as the economy recovers while digging deeper into government reserves for a new

Winners and losers from Singapore’s Budget 2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

Winners and losers from Singapore’s Budget 2021

Singapore’s fiscally prudent budget targeting just a few sectors of the country’s pandemic-hit economy for support will do little to significantly boost the country’s lagging stock market — althoug

Budget 2021

A budget for recovery and beyond

A few days before the tabling of Budget 2020 last year, a leaked audio recording of Chan Chun Sing’s dialogue at the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) was circulating on so

Singapore announces $24 bil plan to transform businesses and workers over next three years - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

Singapore announces $24 bil plan to transform businesses and workers over next three years

To help companies to transform and adapt to a post Covid-19 world, Singapore has unveiled a $24 billion plan to help companies emerge stronger from the pandemic. 

Some cheer for REITs unitholders - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

Some cheer for REITs unitholders

Unitholders of REITs are likely to cheer the Budget – for something that wasn’t announced.

GST to be imposed on imported low-value goods, B2C imported non-digital services  from 2023 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

GST to be imposed on imported low-value goods, B2C imported non-digital services from 2023

Online shoppers here may soon find that their purchases from e-commerce sites like Amazon, Taobao, Shopee and Lazada could become more expensive as Singapore slaps the Goods and Services Tax (GST)

JSS to be extended for hardest-hit companies until September 2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

JSS to be extended for hardest-hit companies until September 2021

Companies in the aviation, aerospace and tourism sectors - hit hard by the pandemic - will continue to receive support from the Job Support Scheme until September 2021. 

More assistance for Singapore's vulnerable groups to strengthen social compact: DPM Heng - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

More assistance for Singapore's vulnerable groups to strengthen social compact: DPM Heng

Singapore’s lower-wage workers, lower-income families and children with special needs are vulnerable groups hit hard by Covid-19, said Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.

Climate change is a global emergency: DPM Heng - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

Climate change is a global emergency: DPM Heng

In Singapore’s Budget 2021 announcement on Feb 16 by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, the topic of climate change was mentioned.

Government to support hiring of 200,000 locals and 35,000 trainees in 2022 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Budget 2021

Government to support hiring of 200,000 locals and 35,000 trainees in 2022

The Singapore government intends to support the hiring of 200,000 locals and 35,000 trainees in 2021.

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