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SINGAPORE - When the coronavirus pandemic forced fashion retailer FJ Benjamin to temporarily shut its nearly 300 stores in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, falling back on online sales was not...
Lengthy closures and cautious consumer spending amid the pandemic are forcing some firms to the wall but others see innovation as the key to survival.
SINGAPORE - What was once one of the most crowded nightspots in Singapore has sat empty for more than two months, with no end to the shutdown in sight.
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The number of visitors to Singapore plummeted to a historic low of 748 in April, the first full month since a ban on short-term visitors was put in place.
While the fate of this year's Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix remains up in the air, preparations are under way for it to go ahead with a live audience.
At some businesses, staff repeatedly seen not wearing masks often make excuses that they are eating or drinking.
The Government will work with trade associations and chambers to help businesses implement safe management measures before reopening.
Making mask-wearing mandatory does not give people the green light to go out unnecessarily, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said yesterday.