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Mid-Life Crisis

Mid-Life Crisis

Its National Day and I thought I’d try and bash out something about the country that I’ve called home for the last two decades. Singapore is going to be 56-years old (counting from the day we got booted out of the Malaysian Federation). Although it’s going to be nine-years more before I hit, 56, it is a significant enough... 

Pre-Covid-19 Jobs Growth?

Pre-Covid-19 Jobs Growth?

After posting “How many PME Jobs to S’poreans?” [LINK] – a few people asked me if I could do an analysis of the effect of Covid-19 on the employment growth statistics? So, here’s an analysis of the employment growth statistics, primarily comparing 2020 (Covid) to 2019 (pre Covid). Before Covid-19... 

Asean blues but we are going great guns

Asean blues but we are going great guns

Economists have slashed their GDP growth forecasts for Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand, three of the region’s biggest economies. But for S’pore, MAS has revised higher the economic growth forecast for 2021 and expects that GDP growth could go beyond the initial 4%-6% yoy range forecasted. • MAS Chief Ravi Menon... 



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