Government

Vietnam a viable market for overseas expansion: IE S'pore

THE strong numbers are proof that Vietnam remains one of the key South-east Asian markets for Singapore companies big and small.

Wage Credit Scheme: SMEs to get bulk of payout

MORE than 85,000 employers in Singapore will receive about S$660 million in Wage Credit Scheme (WCS) payouts by the end of this month.

Janil: Singapore to be a disruptor, not the disrupted

Minister of State Janil Puthucheary, who is also co-chair of the Deep Dive on Disruptive Technologies under the Committee on The Future Economy,...

Economists now more upbeat on Singapore economic growth

PRIVATE-SECTOR economists are now considerably more upbeat about prospects for Singapore's economic growth this year, predicting that it will grow at a faster pace, with external-facing sectors...

Singapore's big businesses overtake small firms as job creators

[SINGAPORE] Singapore's larger companies created more jobs last year than small and medium-sized businesses for the first time since 2013 as the economy struggled in the face of sluggish domestic...

GST relief on goods below S$400 likely to go

THAT relief on goods and services tax (GST) that online shoppers enjoy when buying lower-priced goods from overseas? It will likely be scrapped, said panellists at a discussion on Wednesday.

Budget 2017: How best to help SMEs go digital

THE government’s latest efforts to help SMEs use digital technology to grow should be a welcome initiative. Last year, almost half of the 1,100 businesses polled by the Singapore Business Federation...

Government to help SMEs become digitally savvy: Yaacob

THE government has been working hard to help Singaporean companies, particularly SMEs (small and medium enterprises), to be better prepared for the digital economy, Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for...

Singapore lines up 4 key strategies to create enough, better jobs

NET employment growth has slowed sharply from more than 200,000 before the 2009 financial crisis to around 33,000 jobs yearly, on the back of business uncertainty and low births and an aging...

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