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Budget 2020: S$4 billion support package for workers, firms amid COVID-19 outbreak | Video

Singapore will spend S$4 billion on a slew of new measures and enhancements to existing schemes to stabilise its economy amid the near-term uncertainties caused by COVID-19, announced Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (Feb 18). Sectors that have taken a direct hit from the coronavirus outbreak, such as tourism, aviation, retail, and food services, will receive additional help, Mr Heng said. Cheryl Lin with the details.

Budget 2020: S$4 billion support package for workers, firms amid COVID-19 outbreak | Video

18 Feb 2020 10:42pm
Singapore will spend S$4 billion on a slew of new measures and enhancements to existing schemes to stabilise its economy amid the near-term uncertainties caused by COVID-19, announced Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (Feb 18). Sectors that have taken a direct hit from the coronavirus outbreak, such as tourism, aviation, retail, and food services, will receive additional help, Mr Heng said. Cheryl Lin with the details.

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