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Article Talk of the end of the small economy model much exaggerated
By: DAVID SKILLING,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  13/10/2018
Small open economies have not been spared: Equity markets in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and elsewhere have been hit hard.
But it is not clear that small economies are more exposed to these risks than larger economies.   (1387 words)
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Article Coronavirus: Risks to Asia and the global system
By: DAVID SKILLING FOR THE STRAITS TIMES,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  11/02/2020
Economies that have been exposed to China, including Singapore, have done well as China has integrated into the global economy over the past few decades. But the growing risks from China are weighing on these economies: trade wars, a structurally slowing Chinese economy and now, the coronavirus.   (1214 words)
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Article SIA's gamble on premium economy seats pays off
By: KARAMJIT KAUR SENIOR AVIATION CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  03/07/2018

"The increase in premium economy bookings seems to have come largely at the expense of economy class, and not business class," Mr Johnson said.   (638 words)
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Article S'pore among top 10 exporters of creative goods: Unctad study
By: CHUANG PECK MING,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  05/06/2019

Although more developed economies occupied positions in the Top 10, developing economies on the whole – led by China – shipped more creative goods than the developed economies – US$265 billion against US$244 billion in 2015.   (753 words)
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Article Small economies and 'the art of no deal'
By: DAVID SKILLING FOR THE STRAITS TIMES,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  29/06/2019

This is not to underplay the significance of the structural changes in the global economy: Small economies such as Singapore do best in a well-functioning global system, and small economy GDP growth will be lower in this new world.
But small advanced economies are not just passive recipients of the state of the global economy.   (1360 words)
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Article Why adopting circular economy practices can lead to growth
By: ANTHONY TAN,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (GOVERNMENT & ECONOMY)  11/02/2020
Regenerative or restorative by design, the circular economy is aimed at extending the life of all goods and materials used in our societies so as to curb waste and pollution. For Asean, the circular economy model comes at an opportune time when its economy is burgeoning, thanks to export-led growth.   (885 words)
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Article Makings of a leading-edge economy
The Business Times  The Business Times  (VIEWS FROM THE TOP)  04/11/2019
a highly competitive economy and businesses.   (6849 words)
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Article Diversification helped Singapore avoid recession in 2019: Chan
By: SHARON SEE,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  07/01/2020
economy, Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said.   (455 words)
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Article S'pore aims to survive 'huge wave' with eye on the future
By: CHOO YUN TING,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  20/02/2020
"This virus outbreak will have a fairly negative impact on the global economy and the Singapore economy," said Mr Heng in an interview with Bloomberg Television yesterday.   (501 words)
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Article Gig economy not a solution for all
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  23/11/2019
In Singapore, where the national work ethic underpins a fundamental linking of effort and reward, the gig economy is an adjunct of the conventional economy. Yet, the gig economy should be nothing more than an appendage.   (445 words)
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