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  1. Heng Swee Keat (1)

    Heng Swee Keat says would be 'very happy' to remain finance minister after Cabinet reshuffle

    Amid rising expenditure, the allocation of the Government’s budget is a “major challenge” that Mr Heng said he would “like to give more thought to”. 
  2. Commonwealth countries flags

    The future of the Commonwealth: More than a 'talking shop'?

  3. Charles Chong and Thum Ping Tjin

    Thum Ping Tjin ‘must expect to be questioned’ when views are put to Select Committee: Charles Chong

    Responding to an open letter signed by about 230 academics from around the world in support of Dr Thum, Mr Chong said that their concerns about ...
  4. insight ep 46
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    Ep 46: The Passing of a True Patriot

    He was an architect behind Singapore’s rapid transformation and gave the once fledgling nation hope for the future. How will history judge ...
  5. HDB construction

    Commentary: Singapore’s public housing policy has done its job splendidly. Maybe it is time for a makeover?

    With an ageing population who may be asset rich but cash poor, and the 99-year HDB leasehold issue looming large in public discussion, we need a ...
  6. China's boom has seen it rise to become the world's second-largest economy but inequality

    Commentary: Lessons on how not to tackle inequality, a tale of China and India

    Inequality is decried at campaign rallies and in the global commentariat. But little is being done at any policy level, say two observers.
  7. File photo of university graduates
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    03:22minutes

    Help our 'graduate poor' break out of the underemployment trap

    A recent survey conducted by the National University of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, in partnership with Ong Teng Cheong ...
  8. File photo of university graduates

    Commentary: Help our 'graduate poor' break out of the underemployment trap

    A recent survey revealed worrying statistics of seriously underemployed Singaporean graduates. NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Zainal Sapari ...

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