A nominated member of parliament suggested a very interesting and implementable model to address the current economic crisis faced by Singapore due to the coronavirus
The Singapore government responded to the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis by drawing ~$60B from the national reserve. This led to the elected opposition
The current economic crisis caused by covid-19 is quite different from previous recessions and financial downturns. Previously, governments could just inject money into the economy
Who is the key driver of digital transformation in your organisation? 1) CEO 2) CTO 3) CIO 4) Covid-19. Most people’s answer would be –
You know this is a state under Covina-19 lock-down because even the traffic cop has a large “signature” on his helmet to remind you that
When the 2008/9 financial crises happened, the US implemented quantitative easing measures called QE1, QE2, etc. They literally “printed money” to inject into the economy.
Singapore’s deputy prime minister announced a $48.4B package to support the economy during this covid-19 pandemic. This is on top of the $6.4B earlier announced
As indicated in my earlier post – “Bleak Outlook for Venice & World Economy, but good for the earth”, here are some satellite images of