Covid-19

Covid-19

Clearing the path to vaccinating the world

The longer the pandemic goes on, the greater its costs and risks. This is about self-interest as much as benevolence.

Global Economy

How supply chains broke, sparking global shortages

Delays are more than just a headache for importers waiting for their goods. They sap capacity, which keeps rates up.

Covid-19

Thailand ends quarantine for some visitors to rescue tourism

Air travellers from the US, UK, China, Germany and Singapore will be exempted from quarantine on arrival starting Nov 1

Covid-19

Singapore keen on working with Australia, New Zealand and Japan after opening up to US

The comments were made by Transport Minister S. Iswaran today.

Covid-19

Singapore opens quarantine-free entry from US, UK etc

Singapore will start with up to 2,500 daily arrivals across the nine countries.
PM Lee pushes for living with covid, without the fear - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

PM Lee pushes for living with covid, without the fear

Singapore will be better able to cope with future surges
Central banks and the looming financial reckoning - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

Central banks and the looming financial reckoning

Central banks' contributions to global financial stability have never been more important.
Indie cinemas highlight impact on film and retail ecosystem - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Indie cinemas highlight impact on film and retail ecosystem

“It would be a real loss to Singapore’s cinephile culture — as well as a more casual viewer — if we lose these venues."
Is it curtains for the cinema business? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Is it curtains for the cinema business?

Facing anaemic ticket sales and fierce competition from streaming services, is it curtains for the industry?
Updated version of Covid-19 vaccine needed by middle of 2022 as new variants mutate, says BioNTech CEO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Covid-19

Updated version of Covid-19 vaccine needed by middle of 2022 as new variants mutate, says BioNTech CEO

"This virus will stay, and the virus will further adapt," says Sahin.
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