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Singapore Budget 2019: Lower foreign worker quota in services sector; continued support for unemployed PMETs

Singapore Budget 2019: Lower foreign worker quota in services sector; continued support for unemployed PMETs #SGBudget2019

18/2/2019 11:17:00 AM

Singapore Budget 2019 : Lower foreign worker quota in services sector; continued support for unemployed PMETs SGBudget2019

SINGAPORE - To keep Singapore's services sector competitive, companies in the sector will have to rely even less on foreign workers.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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Triad Trails: Former secret society members lead tour on Chinatown’s seedy past

SINGAPORE — Pointing to a row of shophouses along Pagoda Street leading up to Chinatown MRT Station, a heavily-tattooed man tells the group behind him that the shops used to be opium dens in the 19th century.

Singapore Budget 2019: An expansionary Budget in lower-growth year, but it remains prudentSINGAPORE - Budget 2019 is an appropriately expansionary budget in what is expected to be a lower-growth year. It provides for expenditures of $80.3 billion, 1.6 per cent higher than last year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore Budget 2019: Budget deficit of S$3.48b expected for FY19A LARGER budget deficit of S$3.48 billion is expected for FY19, with expenditure predicted to increase, Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat announced on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.

Singapore Budget 2019: FY2019 budget position expansionary, with basic deficit of S$7.1bSINGAPORE'S 2019 Budget position remains expansionary, with a basic deficit of S$7.1 billion, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.

Singapore Budget 2019: Overall budget surplus of $2.1 billion for Financial Year 2018SINGAPORE - An overall budget surplus of $2.1 billion is expected for the 2018 financial year, a $2.7 billion increase from the $0.6 billion deficit forecast a year ago.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore Budget 2019: Enterprise Singapore to launch Scale-up programme for startupsENTERPRISE Singapore will launch a Scale-up SG programme that partners both the private and public sectors to help startups and smaller companies scale up, said Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.

Singapore Budget 2019: Singapore to launch new Professional Conversion Programmes for new growth areasSINGAPORE will launch new Professional Conversion Programmes (PCPs) relating to blockchain, embedded software and prefabrication to prepare Singaporeans to move into new growth areas, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.

Singapore Budget 2019: Singapore sees over 220 venture capital deals, worth US$4.2b, a yearSINGAPORE'S start-up eco-system is flourishing, boasting of more than 220 venture capital deals per year, worth close to US$4.2 billion, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said in Parliament. Read more at The Business Times. cindysoh 👍

Singapore Budget 2019: Place in the world as long as Singapore stays relevant and adaptsSINGAPORE - To chart Singapore's future, the Government picked up on three lessons from the country's history, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said as he closed his Budget speech on Monday (Feb 18).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore Budget 2019: Building Singapore as a Global-Asia node of technology, innovation and enterpriseSINGAPORE will press on with industry transformation and build its position as a Global-Asia node of technology, innovation and enterprise, to open up new opportunities as technologies advance and converge. Read more at The Business Times.

Singapore Budget 2019: Singapore to invest more to tackle climate changeTHE Singapore government will apply a carbon tax on this year’s emissions and launch a Zero Waste masterplan in the second half of 2019, said Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.