SINGAPORE firms feel the full force of the economic shock more acutely than their global peers, according to survey findings from HSBC released on Tuesday.
SINGAPORE’S biggest trading partner has become the latest country joining a pledge to keep supply chains open during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
ON June 19, Singapore took a big step forward in its gradual lifting of restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19.
SINGAPORE and other stakeholders have reiterated that they plan to sign the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) mega-trade deal this year, even as the deadly novel coronavirus...
Singapore has retained its top spot as the world's most competitive economy, in the latest edition of the IMD World Competitiveness Ranking.
One of the most striking impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak is the harsh way it has exposed the weaknesses in supply chains for businesses around the world.
Singapore businesses and workers still have opportunities even in a less connected world: Chan Chun Sing
"There are still many opportunities for us, but we must be on our toes," said Mr Chan. "Survival favours not the strong, but the agile."