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  1. Singapore's trade-driven economy shrank in the last quarter of 2011

    Commentary: More government measures needed to cushion a worsening Singapore jobs market

    Singapore’s labour market is expected to weaken because the bulk of the global economy will still be grappling with recessionary conditions in the ...
  2. EU leaders hold a virtual meeting to discuss the bloc's budget and recovery fund

    Commentary: Government bailouts can help better our post COVID-19 lives

    Governments must enforce conditionality on the private sector so it leads to more inclusive and sustainable growth, say Mariana Mazzucato and ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Troops loyal to Libya's internationally recognized government prepare themselves b

    Eastern-based Libyan parliament asks Egypt to intervene in war

    Libya's eastern-based parliament has called for Egypt to directly intervene in the country's civil war to counter Turkish support for the ...
  4. Experts warn benefits from President-elect Donald Trump's big-spending plans could be eroded if

    Commentary: Bigger governments aren’t necessarily a bad thing

    Governments could use their massive bailouts now to target a more sustainable and equitable society, says Saadia Zahidi.
  5. Zuckerberg and Trump

    Commentary: Big Tech is showing some love to the US government – which comes as no surprise

    Hiring political and public officials is one way tech companies are balancing between pursuing government money and avoiding public scrutiny.
  6. 1.4 million Singaporeans to receive Bicentennial Bonus benefits in November | Video
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    1.4 million Singaporeans to receive Bicentennial Bonus benefits in November | Video

    A total of 1.4 million Singaporeans will receive their Bicentennial Bonus benefits in November, the finance ministry said on Thursday (Oct 24).
  7. workers Singapore file

    Citizens' panel to discuss work-life harmony now open for applications