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Singapore Considers Solar Energy Imports To Cut Emissions

Energy Market Authority (EMA) aims to achieve a solar target of at least two gigawatts of peak power by 2030, up from the 260 megawatt-peak in the second quarter of 2019.

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Singapore Ramps Up Rooftop Farming Plans As Virus Upends Supply Chains

The current COVID-19 situation underscores the importance of local food production, as part of Singapore's strategies to ensure food security," authorities said in a statement.

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With Singapore Lockdown Underway, 'Essential' Chipmakers Count On Less Disruption

Earlier lockdown confusion affected makers of all sorts of chips, from memory that goes into laptops and internet servers to specialty chips destined for ventilator manufacturers scrambling to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

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Singapore, Japanese Companies Join To Explore Hydrogen As Energy Source

The collaboration involves the research and development of technologies related to the importation, transportation and storage of hydrogen.

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Singapore, Japanese Companies Join To Explore Hydrogen As Energy Source

The collaboration involves the research and development of technologies related to the importation, transportation and storage of hydrogen.

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Indian HealthTech Startups leveraging Tech to tackle COVID-19

From chatbots to immunity testing to se wrap other measures is being adopted by Indian Health-Tech in their fight against COVID-19

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Trade Bellwether Singapore Signals Deep Recession For World As Virus Batters Economy

The data prompted the trade ministry to cut its 2020 GDP forecast range to -4% to -1%, from a previous range of -0.5% to 1.5%, and firmed up investors' bets for imminent fiscal and monetary stimulus.

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Singapore Flags Deep Recession As Coronavirus Shrinks Economy In First Quarter

The economy of the Asian financial and trading hub shrank 2.2% in the first quarter from a year earlier, preliminary readings from the Ministry of Trade and Industry showed.

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DBS Says Singapore Recession Inevitable In 2020 Due To Coronavirus

The possibility of Singapore edging towards its first full-year recession in nearly two decades is firming the case for the central bank to loosen policy.

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Virus Outbreak A Litmus Test For Singapore's New Leaders

As Lee Hsien Loong, a scion of Singapore's founding family, prepares to step down after elections expected this year, the handling of the virus has become the defining test for a new generation of leaders.

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Singapore Factory Output Unexpectedly Rises In January

Pharmaceutical production surged 59.4% in January from a year earlier, while manufacturing in the electronics sector dropped 7.2%.

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Which Firms Will Profit From Coronavirus Outbreak?

Aviation and hospitality firms are among those most impacted by the virus outbreak and Singapore Airlines (SIA) comes to mind.

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Singapore Plans Biggest Budget Deficit In Years To Meet Virus Threat

Singapore tends to be conservative in its fiscal forecasts. During the 2009 financial crisis, it forecast a S$8.7 billion deficit, but the actual shortfall was just S$819 million.

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Coronavirus: Singapore's Economy Reels From Impact But Will It Boost India-Vietnam Trade?

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced that the economic impact of the virus outbreak has already exceeded that of SARS in 2003 and warned that a recession is possible.

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DBS Cuts Singapore's 2020 Growth Forecast To 0.9% Due To Virus Impact

Singapore was one of the worst hit countries outside of China in the 2003 outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) which killed 800 people globally.

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