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The trade agency in Singapore is currently evaluating if processes such as enhanced grant support should be prolonged, as more SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) attempt to expand regionally & even globally. International Enterprise (IE) Singapore is reviewing whether measures in Budget 2015 (whose…


Non-landed private residential resale prices have dropped by 0.7% in April 2015 compared to a month ago, according to data by SRX Property released today (May 12th). Each year, resale prices dropped 4% from April 2014, and compared to the peak in January 2014, prices have fallen 6.9%, the data showed.


Finance Minister & Deputy Prime Minister Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam stated that research has shown the significance of local SMEs in Singapore, and they must continue to stay at the heart of the country’s economy and society as foundations for both innovation and prospective development.


The Trade and Industry Minister for Singapore made a speech stating the importance of the electronics industry as a contributor for Singapore's past and future growth of the economy. Using Micron, a technology company as an example, for how the industry is one of the largest contributor to business expenditure for research and development.


According to research by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Singapore has remained at the top spot as the world's most expensive city. The top five most expensive cities in the world also stay unchanged from last year and include Oslo, Zurich Paris and Sydney.


Standard & Poor’s Rating Services (S&P) released a media statement this week stating that Singapore’s Budget for the fiscal year 2015 "shows the strength of the government’s institutional and governance efficiency", and that it will keep Singapore's credit strong despite its ageing population.


Retirement adequacy, healthcare and cost of living are the main concerns of Singaporeans, showed statistics from a 2015 survey conducted by REACH and the Ministry of Finance. These matters contributed to a third of information collected by the Government feedback portal in a news release last week.