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        RETAIL receipts picked up in July on the month before, as Singapore marked its first full month of reopened bricks-and-mortar shops.

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        SINGAPORE retail sales were on the rocky road to recovery in July, the first full month with shops reopened, after the second-quarter's "circuit-breaker" shutdown.

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        SINGAPORE'S electronics industry is back in business, an early gauge of factory performance has indicated.

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        SINGAPORE manufacturing sentiment was positive for the second month in a row in August, as the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) reading came in at 50.1 points.

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        FOREIGN investors are still keen on Singapore, despite the "depressed economic climate", Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Wednesday.

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        SINGAPORE'S international visitor arrivals and hotel occupancy picked up in July from the month before, fuelling hopes that the Covid-19 slump in inbound travel has bottomed out.

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        TEN years ago, Singapore saw its first outbreak of anti-foreign sentiment, or xenophobia, since independence in the run-up to, during and after General Election 2011. Then, the issue was rapid...

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        SINGAPORE'S international arrivals more than tripled in July from the month before, driven by a month-on-month surge in visitors from South-east Asia and the Greater China region.

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        BUSINESSES are growing wary of what may seem like protectionist suggestions to keep the Singaporean core in professionals, managers and executives (PMEs) jobs, which some say could backfire in the...

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        THE government "will keep an open mind" to various ideas for strengthening Singapore's safety nets, such as a minimum wage, universal basic income, and unemployment insurance, said Deputy Prime...