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Singapore FinTech Festival to feature over 40 global satellite events

MORE than 40 global satellite events from around the world will join in as part of the Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) x Singapore Week of Innovation & TeCHnology (SFF x SWITCH) 2020, in a...

Singapore chips demand may last despite shock October export dip

SHIPMENTS of integrated circuits ebbed in October, catching economy watchers off guard after earlier signs of an export growth rebound in Singapore's linchpin electronics cluster.

Swedish MNCs team up with Singapore SMEs in partnership programme

SWEDISH multinational companies (MNCs) based in Singapore are teaming up with local small and medium-sized enterprises under an innovation partnership programme called SESG.

Singapore exports post shock 3.1% drop in October as gold shipments recede

SINGAPORE exports posted a shock fall in October, snapping a four-month winning streak, according to trade agency Enterprise Singapore (ESG) on Tuesday.

Bright prospects for precision engineering that supports 5G, IoT: Chan Chun Sing

LARGE companies will be able to get more financial support from the government under the Partnerships for Capability Transformation (PACT) scheme until March 2022, Trade and Industry Minister Chan...

Singapore government expands support for precision engineering firms

LARGE companies will be able to get more financial support from the government under the Partnerships for Capability Transformation (PACT) scheme until March 2022, Trade and Industry Minister Chan...

Multilateral co-operation agenda continues after RCEP trade deal inked: Chan Chun Sing

SHIFTING supply chains closer to home is not a sustainable strategy, despite calls for more onshore production amid the global disruption of the Covid-19 pandemic, Minister for Trade and Industry...

Companies could take over two years for business to return to normal: poll

SINGAPORE companies could take more than two years to return to business as usual, a regular poll from The Business Times has shown.

Singapore's travel easing is a risk game

SINGAPORE's gradual border reopening is not risk-free - but the public health risks must be balanced against a strong economic need for easing controls, analysts have said.

Singapore, US customs to explore trade data connectivity

THE customs of Singapore and the US have tied up to explore the exchange and reuse of trade data via a system link-up between both countries' trade platforms.