Companies get help to build Global Ready Talent

IN order to maintain its competitive edge, Singapore needs talent with the right expertise and networks to help local enterprises reach more overseas markets, said Minister for Trade and Industry...

Global Ready Talent programme launched to train young talent for overseas postings

COMPANIES struggling to fill overseas postings with the right talent are getting more help to equip their next-generation workforce with relevant overseas experience.

Singapore is world's most competitive economy: WEF

SINGAPORE is the world's most competitive economy, according to an updated global league table.

SMEs must press on with global plans: ESG

DESPITE a global growth slowdown and disruption from trade tensions, Kathy Lai, the deputy chief executive of government agency Enterprise Singapore (ESG), is still urging companies to expand...

Enterprise Singapore to review its programme to drive business excellence

ENTERPRISE Singapore is undertaking a "comprehensive review" of the Business Excellence initiative to ensure its relevance, given that companies are faced with shifting challenges.

Singapore seen narrowly dodging recession in Q3, MAS to ease: poll

[SINGAPORE] Singapore's economy likely escaped a technical recession in the third quarter even as growth stayed subdued, weighed down by the prolonged trade dispute between the United States and...

Singapore cannot jump the gun on economic bail-out

WITH factory output and exports falling year on year, business sentiment darkening and gross domestic product (GDP) growth grinding to a halt, no one would say that the Singapore economy is in tip...

Is the US economy slowing or stalling? That's the question after the jobs report

[WASHINGTON] Crawling or stalling? That's the question hanging over the US economy amid fresh evidence the once-hot labour market is losing steam.

Full steam ahead for 5G trials, but factories here still cautious

SMART manufacturing is among Singapore's six strategic clusters for 5G development, with S$40 million in funding set aside for it in June.

US jobs growth rises moderately; unemployment rate falls to 3.5%

[WASHINGTON] US job growth increased moderately in September, with the unemployment rate dropping to near a 50-year low of 3.5 per cent, which could assuage financial market concerns that the slowing...


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