covid-19

It wont be business as usual post-Covid-19

THE pandemic has been a mere six months but to many company heads, it probably seems longer. Running a business in times like this is stressful to say the least. Businesses everywhere, in every...

Here's how to pave the road ahead in the 'new normal' of travel

JUST seven months ago, anyone could easily book a trip to any destination in the world with a click on a computer mouse.

Rise in community cases 'not unexpected' with reopening, testing

IT is "not unexpected" that coronavirus cases in the community have gone up of late - and will continue to increase - as Singapore progresses further in Phase Two of its reopening and testing is...

Too early to discuss Phase 3 or easing of rules: multi-ministry taskforce

IT IS still too early to discuss Phase 3 of Singapore's reopening or relaxing safe distancing rules, even as the authorities continue to monitor coronavirus cases, which have gone up in the community...

Singapore adds China to 12-country pledge to keep trade open amid virus crisis

SINGAPORE’S biggest trading partner has become the latest country joining a pledge to keep supply chains open during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

A Waze to show where viruses are, and where they're heading

COVID-19 infection rates are rising in much of the United States. Even if the US can prevent outbreaks in the South and Southwest from worsening during the summer, experience with other...

SIA group mothballs four more planes in Australia, taking total tally to 22

WITH international travel still largely on hold, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) group has stored four more aircraft Down Under, taking the number of planes parked in Australia to 22.

Weathering Covid-19 storm through trust and technology

WE CAN be sure of one thing - there is uncertainty around what the world will be like post-Covid-19, and this is making it difficult to predict the future of the economy.

Asia's post-Covid-19 re-opening is unleashing a steep recovery

ON June 19, Singapore took a big step forward in its gradual lifting of restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Is it too late to buy?

AT the dawn of 2020, before Covid-19 was on the radar of investors, it was inconceivable that the S&P 500 would slump more than 30 per cent in less than three months.