Sgbudget 2020, Singapore Economy, Manpower, Labour, Foreign Worker Levy, Coronavirus, Covid-19

Sgbudget 2020, Singapore Economy

No plans to waive foreign worker levy: Josephine Teo

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27.2.2020

No plans to waive foreign worker levy : Josephine Teo SGBudget2020

Read more at The Business Times.

THE Singapore government does not plan to waive or reduce foreign worker levies despite calls from business leaders and MPs to do so in an economic environment that has already taken a battering from the coronavirus outbreak, the Republic's manpower minister said.



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