Budget 2020: Expected S$10.95b deficit largest since 2009 global financial crisis, but no need to draw on past reserves

18.2.2020

Budget 2020: Expected S$10.95b deficit largest since 2009 global financial crisis, but no need to draw on past reserves

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Singapore Budget 2020: Rental waivers for hawkers, market stallholdersAs part of the support package in this year's Budget to help businesses weather the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, rental waivers will be given to eligible stallholders of hawker centres and markets, as well as commercial tenants.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Budget 2020: Highest projected deficit of $10.9 billion in decade to cushion coronavirus falloutSINGAPORE - Armed with a $6.4 billion arsenal to fight the coronavirus and its fallout on the economy, this year's expansionary Budget could run a historic deficit of $10.9 billion - the highest in 10 years.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Budget 2020 live blogSingapore Budget 2020: The Transformation and Growth effort will develop people through a new Asia-Ready Exposure Programme, and enhanced support under the Global Ready Talent Programme. Get live updates: SGBudget2020 Take care of the Wuhan Coronavirius first, please.

Singapore Budget 2020: Distance-based ERP 'several years' away: HengMotorists dreading the day when they will be charged according to the distance they drive can breathe a sigh of relief: Distance-based electronic road pricing (ERP) will not come for 'several years' more.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

LIVE: SG Budget 2020Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat will be delivering Singapore’s 2020 Budget Statement in Parliament on Tuesday (Feb 18) at 3pm.

LIVE: SG Budget 2020Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat will be delivering Singapore’s 2020 Budget Statement in Parliament on Tuesday (Feb 18) at 3pm.



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