SINGAPORE (Apr 6): Singapore is rolling out an additional $5.1 billion in relief measures to cushion the blow of a month-long circuit breaker, which will see the suspension of all non-essential business activities from April 7. 

And economists have taken well to the latest goodies doled out, which they say are “in line with expectations of saving jobs”.

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