Lee Hsien Loong

CoVid-19

Singapore lockdown fears spike ahead of PM's scheduled speech on 'few more' virus steps

(Apr 3): Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will speak to the nation at 4 pm local time, saying the situation in the city-state “is under control, but we want to take a few more steps now.”

CoVid-19

'We are SG United': PM Lee rallies Singaporeans to stand together against Covid-19 pandemic

SINGAPORE (Mar 12): In an unanticipated address to the nation on March 12, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has called for Singaporeans to stand together against the Covid-19 pandemic.

Global Economy

Briefs

SINGAPORE (Nov 25): “There are new things happening in new parts of the world, and we need to be part of that story.” — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, wrapping up his official visit to Mexico at t

Singapore economy

NODX contracts for 7th straight month with 8.1% drop in Sept as Singapore fails to escape 'export doldrums'

SIGNAPORE (Oct 17): Singapore’s non-oil domestic exports (NODX) fell 8.1% year-on-year in September – marking the seventh consecutive month of contraction amid uncertainty surrounding the US-China

Singapore economy

Singapore 'lucky' if growth is positive in 2019, PM Lee says

(Oct 17): Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Singapore will be “lucky” to see positive economic growth in 2019, casting a dark tone over the nation’s outlook as exports continue to slump.

Global Markets

Briefs

Singapore (Oct 7): “Officially Tuas is designed to handle 65 million TEUs (20-foot equivalent units), but I am sure PSA can squeeze a little more out of it if we work hard.”

Infrastructure

Tuas Megaport set to 'rethink the future of shipping': PM Lee

SINGAPORE (Oct 3): PSA’s new consolidated port in Tuas is set to “rethink the future of shipping,” says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

National Day Rally 2019

No need yet for economic stimulus, PM says, as Singapore looks to infrastructure for the future

SINGAPORE (Aug 19): Even as Singapore teeters on the edge of a technical recession, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says there’s no need yet for immediate economic stimulus measures.

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Briefs

SINGAPORE (Apr 29): “I suggest you build and not just buy.

Geopolitics

Many issues remain, but leaders' retreat has paved the way for further talks

SINGAPORE (Apr 15): Meeting for the third time since the new Pakatan Harapan government won the elections in Malaysia a year ago, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his counterpart Dr Mahathir Moha

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