Small and micro businesses significantly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic will be able to renegotiate certain types of contracts with their counterparties from today.
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Mrs Teo said the closure is a "strong signal" that companies will have to transform to meet the changing needs of consumers.
After the coronavirus pandemic hit, about 70 per cent of the contracted projects managed by events company MICE Depot had to be either reworked, delayed or cancelled.
Businesses that are hurt by the coronavirus pandemic and need to liquidate will soon be able to do so in an easier way.
Twenty-seven employees will be laid off in a retrenchment exercise at Boeing Asia Pacific Aviation Services (Bapas), a joint venture between The Boeing Company and SIA Engineering Company.
About 18,000 jobs and skills training opportunities in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector are currently available to Singaporeans across the digital economy.
Assessors appointed by the Ministry of Law seek to make determinations that ensure a fair and equitable outcome for all parties in a contract dispute.
The vast majority of those who sought relief from their contractual obligations, under laws passed earlier this year, did so regarding property leasing and licensing agreements.