SINGAPORE'S factory activity has fallen to levels last seen during the Great Recession, according to early industry figures out on Friday.
THE new set of moves to curb the deadly rampage of Covid-19 might deepen the dent in the Singapore economy, economists have warned, as they fret over the downside to their already-sober recession...
SINGAPORE'S central bank brought out the big guns on Monday.
THE financial ordeal is far from over, but a fresh round of wage support could stave off the spectre of layoffs, especially for workers in sectors reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic.
SINGAPORE and half a dozen other regional economies have pledged to keep air, sea and other trade flows open during the Covid-19 pandemic.
IN the US, there is talk of cheques to households at S$1,200 per adult; in Hong Kong, a handout of HK$10,000 (S$1,850) apiece has already been announced.
SOME flagship industry showcases that regularly put Singapore on the world map will have to be delayed this year, as the Covid-19 pandemic puts the kibosh on large gatherings.
AS THE Covid-19 pandemic brings about social distancing and unprecedented travel restrictions, Singapore's event organisers have been rushing to keep up with fast-changing rules.