Hot Topics on Regional Economy

Mar 2022

Singapore economy likely to grow in 2022 but don't rule out recession, stagflation: Lawrence Wong

SINGAPORE'S baseline assumption is that its economy is still able to grow this year, but adverse situations such as a recession or stagflation cannot be ruled out, owing to uncertainties arising from the deepening crisis in Ukraine, said Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on Tuesday (Mar 22).

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ASEAN faces 'collateral damage' from Ukraine war's Europe impact

The Russia-Ukraine war is threatening Southeast Asia's economic recovery from the pandemic -- if not always directly, then by dealing damage via Europe.

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Customer satisfaction with finance sector has improved, challenges remain: SMU study

Customer satisfaction here with the finance sector has improved by 1.2 per cent year on year in the fourth quarter of last year to 74.8 points out of a possible 100.

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Travel companies see surge in enquiries, bookings following announcement on Singapore's border reopening

Bookings for flights out of Singapore, as well as overseas accommodation, more than doubled as of Friday (Mar 25), just a day after the country announced that it would reopen its borders to all fully vaccinated travellers.

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