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Small, medium Indian businesses struggle to survive as Singapore sinks into recession

Small, medium Indian businesses struggle to survive as Singapore sinks into recession

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Singapore Exports Surge 16.1% In June, Beating Forecasts

Shipments of non-monetary gold also bolstered June's rebound, up 238.0% from a year earlier.

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China's Q2 GDP Grows 3.2%, Beats Expectations

The growth was faster than the 2.5% forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll, and followed a steep 6.8% slump in the first quarter, the first such contraction since at least 1992 when quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) records began.

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Singapore's Resorts World, A Major Employer, Axes Jobs As Virus Batters Tourism

"COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the tourism industry is unprecedented, immediate, and immense," Singapore's National Trades Union Congress said in a statement on the job cuts.

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Pandemic Knocks Singapore Into Recession As GDP Plummets 41% In Second Quarter

The manufacturing sector grew 2.5% from a year ago, mainly due to a surge in output in biomedical sector, though that was still lower than the 8.2% rise in the first quarter.

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Singapore And Malaysia To Reopen Business Travel Next Month

Malaysia is also a major source of staples for Singapore, which imports more than 90% of its food supplies, and goods have been crossing the border since the restrictions on people were imposed in mid-March.

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PM Modi Congratulates Lee Hsien Loong On Becoming Singapore PM Once Gain

The significance stemmed from the fact that the region is one of the most densely populated in the world.

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Singapore's ruling party wins elections, opposition Workers' Party wins record 10 seats

Singapore's ruling party wins elections, opposition Workers' Party wins record 10 seats

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Singapore elections: Voting extended by two hours due to long queues

Singapore elections: Voting extended by two hours due to long queues

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Singaporeans start casting vote amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Singaporeans start casting vote amidst COVID-19 pandemic

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Southeast Asia's most valuable startups shed staff due to COVID-19

Southeast Asia's most valuable startups shed staff due to COVID-19

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Singapore to resume tourism businesses in phased manner from July 1

Singapore to resume tourism businesses in phased manner from July 1

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Swissport To Cut Up To 4,556 Jobs In UK And Ireland - Internal Letter

The company is owned by China's HNA Group and is the world's largest provider of airport ground services and air cargo handling with operations at 300 airports in 47 countries.

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Singapore's Grab Puts Partnership With Troubled Wirecard On Hold

The Monetary Authority of Singapore said on Tuesday that it had asked Wirecard to ensure that it keeps customer funds from its local activities in the country's banks.

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How Singapore Is Using Human Faeces To Track COVID-19

As of June 15, the ministry of manpower reported that 75,000 workers living in dormitories have been cleared of the virus.

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