Singapore’s supermarkets have become the preferred place to shop after the government imposed a partial lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Reuters

Singapore supermarket chain Sheng Siong Group’s share price hits record high as coronavirus drives shopping surge

  • Lim Hock Chee used to sell chilled pork at a stall before opening his first store with his brothers in 1985
  • The family now operates 61 supermarkets and its wealth has surged to US$1.1 billion
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Singapore’s supermarkets have become the preferred place to shop after the government imposed a partial lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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