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Investments that Secure Singapore's Competitiveness Ahead Despite a challenging year in 2021, the Economic Development Board of Singapore (EDB) secured investment commitments to reinforce Singapore’s status as a strategic hub. This sets the bedrock of critical supply chain nodes for global companies to base key business functions that drive innovation…
2022 : A Year of Opportunities?
2022 :  A Year of Opportunities? It has been two years on since Covid-19 first cast a blanket of havoc globally. What I thought would merely take several months to settle (ala SARS), has now trudged on drearily with no cause for rejoicing in sight. Like the game of Snakes…
Taking Stock of a Company’s Purpose
Taking Stock of a Company's Purpose The last few days offered Immigration@SG LLP (IASG) a timely reminder to take stock of our purpose and servitude to our clients. In the wake of a rather sensational piece of news to rock the inbound Singapore immigration sector, I came across this tweet…
Hong Kong’s Global Status At Risk With Singapore Opening Up
The Response of Singapore and Hong Kong to Covid-19 Hong Kong and Singapore are Asia’s two key financial hubs, and often compete on the global scale with each other. As the situation with the pandemic progresses, the responses of the two countries have proved to grow markedly different. Singapore has…
Singapore Parliament Debates Local Job Security and Tackles CECA Misunderstanding
On September 14th, 2021, members of the Singapore Parliament came together to debate two important motions that have been widely talked about as of late – Singaporeans’ job security and the country’s reliance on foreign manpower, with special focus on one of Singapore’s free trade agreements: the Singapore-India Comprehensive Economic…
As Local Resentment Grows, will Singapore Continue to be an International Hub for Business?
Singapore has prided itself on its openness towards foreign talent and businesses for many decades. This has led to the country’s dependence on an open model for exponential and sustained economic growth.  Traditionally, high earning and experienced foreign professionals take up leadership roles in multinational corporations who have their regional…
A Prognosis of the Effects of Global Tax Reforms in Singapore Post Covid-19
With the expectations of global tax reforms in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been much speculation on how this is expected to affect Singapore. According to Singapore Economic Development Board’s Chairman Beh Swan Gin, the country is confident that this will not affect its global competitiveness.  In…
Comments on Singapore’s 2021 National Day Message by PM Lee
On 8 August 2021, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s National Day Message to the country was telecast. The message was filmed at the Shaw Foundation Symphony at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. In his message, he addressed the key concerns of people in Singapore. Today, we take a closer look at…
IASG’s 2021 National Day Message
As Singapore turns 56 years old, IASG embarks on a journey to reflect on Singapore’s evolution as a nation from its humble beginnings through to its Independence, to what it is today, a bustling metropolis. Before modern Singapore was founded, contrary to popular belief that we were a little unknown…
Singapore’s Trade Agreements Facilitate an Open Economy
The Current Situation Despite the ongoing pandemic, Singapore has been bolstering its economy with various economic agreements with other countries in order to safeguard its interests. The country has used this momentary slowdown to plan for its future so that it is not left behind as the world undergoes a…
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