INDRANEE RAJAH

Latest Covid-19 measures were broadcast to give businesses and workers clarity on support plans before Parliament opens: Indranee

SINGAPORE - The recent slew of Covid-19 measures were announced via broadcast to give businesses and workers clarity on the Government's plans to support them before the opening of Parliament,...

Money FM podcast: A special interview with Minister Indranee Rajah

Indranee Rajah, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office & Second Minister for Finance and Education, gives us an analysis on the latest Fortitude Budget and how the nation can transform to...

Digital resilience key to emerging from pandemic stronger

When a group of chairmen from hawker and market associations spoke to Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Indranee Rajah recently, they were a bundle of nerves over having to use video-...

Parliament: Government can obtain necessary goods and services for fighting Covid-19 without tender

SINGAPORE - Goods and services needed to fight the Covid-19 pandemic can be obtained by government agencies without calling for a tender, owing to the urgency of the situation, two Ministers said...

Singapore hasn't entered recession yet: Indranee

[SINGAPORE] Singapore's economy probably hasn't slid into recession yet, though the government is monitoring conditions closely and will step in with support measures if needed, said Indranee...

Parliament: MP suggests greater protection for smaller businesses from unfair contract terms

SINGAPORE - Smaller businesses need greater protection from unfair contract terms in dealings with large suppliers, said Mr Murali Pillai (Bukit Batok) on Monday (Feb 5).

Singapore firms must uphold integrity: Indranee

SINGAPORE companies operating overseas must uphold their own standards of integrity, Senior Minister of State for Finance and Law Indranee Rajah said in Parliament on Monday.

Pay with phones at Tanjong Pagar Plaza hawker centre

Instead of fishing out their wallets, patrons of Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market and Food Centre can now use their mobile phones to pay for their meals - the latest move in Singapore's push for a...