Singapore’s S$11 billion Covid-19 Resilience Package includes a continuation of a wage subsidy scheme first unveiled last year. Photo: Xinhua Singapore’s S$11 billion Covid-19 Resilience Package includes a continuation of a wage subsidy scheme first unveiled last year. Photo: Xinhua
Singapore’s S$11 billion Covid-19 Resilience Package includes a continuation of a wage subsidy scheme first unveiled last year. Photo: Xinhua
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Coronavirus Singapore: government digs deep on new relief package

  • Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat says fresh drawdown of up to S$11 billion is necessary ‘given the exceptional circumstances we are in’
  • The total drawdown in 2020 and 2021 is now expected to be S$53.7 billion

Topic |   Singapore
Singapore’s S$11 billion Covid-19 Resilience Package includes a continuation of a wage subsidy scheme first unveiled last year. Photo: Xinhua Singapore’s S$11 billion Covid-19 Resilience Package includes a continuation of a wage subsidy scheme first unveiled last year. Photo: Xinhua
Singapore’s S$11 billion Covid-19 Resilience Package includes a continuation of a wage subsidy scheme first unveiled last year. Photo: Xinhua
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