Covid-19: New Bill to give temporary relief from contractual obligations,Singapore banks may see worst-case hit of 14-18% on revenue over consumer relief: Jefferies at
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CLOSE to half of 232 firms in Singapore polled last month planned to reduce spending on hiring, while some (12 and 13 per cent respectively) increase budgets for training and flexible work arrangements to cope with the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak.
IN a message to PPS Club members, SIA chief executive Goh Choon Phong said:"This is a small token of our appreciation for your loyalty and support, which we value greatly as we work hard to get through this outbreak." Read more: The Business Times »
Allow more liquidity for banks or they will not be able to provide more loans.
Daily Debrief: What Happened TodayExxonMobil’s new tech deployment in Singapore to create 135 new jobs; AGMs must include live webcast, limit physical attendance to 10 people: SGX RegCo at
Daily Debrief: What Happened TodayMAS eases Singdollar appreciation to ‘zero slope’, lowers mid-point of policy band in one-two blow; National Wages Council recommends lower MVC or 10% of basic pay, if cuts needed at This 10% pay cut will not go down well with unions and those benefiting from this crisis like those working in supermarkets and food delivery to outlets.
France sees worst daily death toll as army ferries critical coronavirus patientsSTRASBOURG: France recorded its worst daily coronavirus death toll on Monday (Mar 30), exceeding 3,000 for the first time, and army helicopters ...
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France sees worst daily death toll as army ferries critical coronavirus patientsSTRASBOURG/PARIS (REUTERS) - France recorded its worst daily coronavirus death toll on Monday (March 30), exceeding 3,000 for the first time, and army helicopters transported critical patients from the east to hospitals overseas as the country battled to free up space in life-support units.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Tokyo officials say daily drop in COVID-19 cases not cause for optimismTOKYO: Tokyo officials said a drop in daily cases of coronavirus on Monday (Mar 30) was not a cause for optimism, as they called on citizens to ...