Government

Sustainability: the rise of green agendas

SINGAPORE is showing strong international leadership on its sustainability drive, with ambitious and concrete targets as part of a new initiative called the Singapore Green Plan 2030.

Singapore PMI eases in Feb, but sentiment remains positive

OPTIMISM appears to prevail among Singapore manufacturers, with the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) in positive territory last month, although momentum appears to have tapered slightly.

Singapore PMI eases in February but manufacturing sentiment remains positive

OPTIMISM appears to prevail among Singapore manufacturers, with the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) in positive territory last month, although momentum appears to have tapered slightly.

Fall in Singapore's January arrivals attributed to fresh flare-up of Covid-19 pandemic, seasonal factors

SINGAPORE has recorded its first month-on-month decline in international arrivals since the Covid-19 pandemic hammered global travel last year.

Hiring with less risk using job schemes

COMPANIES in Singapore are leaning on job schemes to reduce the risk of hiring during a pandemic, even as they seek talent to develop new capabilities and grow their businesses beyond the crisis...

Covid-19 outbreaks, seasonal trends stymie travel recovery in January arrivals: Analysts

SINGAPORE has recorded its first month-on-month decline in international arrivals since the Covid-19 pandemic hammered global travel last year.

Singapore visitor numbers slip in January despite rise in Indian travellers

SINGAPORE has recorded its first month-on-month decline in international arrivals since the Covid-19 pandemic hammered global travel early last year.

Monetary policy won't change in April, despite headline inflation uptick: Analysts

HEADLINE inflation returned to positive territory for the first time in nearly a year, as all-items consumer prices rose year on year in January.

Singapore consumer prices rise in January for first time in nearly a year

HEADLINE inflation returned to positive territory in the new year, with all-items consumer prices in Singapore rising 0.2 per cent year on year as car costs and rentals went up.

Progressive Wage Model may be expanded to middle-wage workers: NTUC

THE labour movement is looking to extend the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) to middle-wage workers, even as it pushes for its implementation in three more sectors for lower-wage workers in the next...