LEE HSIEN LOONG

As firms adapt to new guidelines, employees must reskill earlier to work longer

IT'S a known fact that Singaporeans are living much longer these days, with the country's life expectancy at birth currently the longest in the world at 84.8 years - even greater than that of...

Singapore's resilience will see it through latest slowdown: PM Lee

SINGAPORE will take the upcoming slowdown in its stride, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in his annual National Day Message on Thursday night. Whenever the island has faced trials, it...

PM Lee Hsien Loong cites three ingredients for success in Smart Nation vision

It is no secret that Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is a techie.

Upgrade and improve lives amid a slowing global economy: PM

A SLOWING global economy and ongoing trade tensions between the United States and China will have an impact on Singapore, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said, adding that growth in 2019 may not be as...

RCEP conclusion delayed due to 'unique challenges': PM Lee

THE much-awaited finalisation of the Asean-led Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) will not materialise by the end of 2018 as initially hoped, confirmed Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong...

Singapore can achieve steady, sustained growth: PM

SINGAPORE'S economy must continue to grow, and that is why the government is pressing on with its economic transformation plans, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday.

Software suite to speed up development of apps for govt e-services

APP developers across government agencies will be able to create e-services more quickly and cheaply with the introduction of a suite of common software tools to develop apps.

National Day Rally: PM Lee explains 99-year leases of public and private housing

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addressed home owners' concerns of their flat leases running down to zero at Sunday's National Day Rally, saying that in fact "99 years is a very long time".

National Day Rally: PM Lee announces estate rejuvenation plans

The government will expand its Home Improvement Programme (HIP) to upgrade 230,000 additional flats built between 1987 and 1997. This will happen when the flats are about 30 years old, which will...

Moderate-growth forecast not cause for worry: PM

ALTHOUGH Singapore's growth has moderated from the highs of earlier decades, today's forecast of 2 to 4 per cent is "quite good for a mature economy", Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in...

Malaysia's leadership transition unlikely to change ties with Singapore

Malaysia may be in uncharted waters with a new coalition in power for the first time, but regional watchers predict that the country's relationship with Singapore will stay the same at its core,...