Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower provides a range of employment permits for professional expatriates planning to work in the country.
Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower has mandated that all work pass holders must be fully vaccinated when applying for a new work pass.
Outbound travelers from Singapore’s Changi International Airport will face higher airport charges starting from November 1, 2022.
The growing high-wealth Chinese population living in Singapore will likely create more business and investment links between the two countries.
Among the new changes is the introduction of the Overseas Network & Expertise Pass, which allows high-earners and achievers to live in Singapore without the need to secure employment first.
The Gulf Cooperation Council and Singapore free trade agreement offer opportunities for GCC-based firms to expand into Singapore and ASEAN.
Singapore has elected to widen its regulations aimed at curbing the nation’s sugar intake.
As geopolitical tensions continue between the US and China, the Singapore stock exchange could benefit from Chinese firms seeking to hedge political risk.
Singapore has been a consistent recipient of Chinese investment for some time, and its geostrategic position as the heart of the ASEAN free trade bloc has made it a hub for many Chinese investors.
Singapore is highly dependent on food and beverage imports and the country presents a highly lucrative market for Australian food brands.