SINGAPORE retailers crashed to an all-time low in May, as revenue was more than halved on the year before.
SINGAPORE factories were set to ramp up activity in June as a two-month "circuit breaker" ended, an early sentiment gauge has suggested.
SINGAPORE’S biggest trading partner has become the latest country joining a pledge to keep supply chains open during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
SINGAPORE'S factory output snapped a two-month winning streak in May to slide unexpectedly into negative territory, with the novel coronavirus pandemic largely fingered as the culprit.
WHILE the Covid-19 pandemic prompted a "rejig" in Singapore's industry standards road map, technology and resilience will still be core to a new five-year plan, policymakers here told the press on...
THE deflation in key consumer prices persisted in May, as the novel coronavirus pandemic kept all costs subdued except for food items.