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Singapore Budget 2020: Stay updated with The Straits Times’ live coverage

SINGAPORE – This year’s Budget, which will be announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (Feb 18), comes as Singapore deals with the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

Mr Heng has said that his fifth Budget speech will include measures to help businesses and Singaporeans tide over this uncertain period.

The Budget will have a package to assist households with cost of living to address concerns about expenses, he said.

Other broad-based measures include wage support to help companies preserve jobs for local workers, and tax rebates and rental waivers for firms to address cash flow issues. There will also be support to help firms and workers restructure, train and upgrade in preparation for the eventual upturn.

Find out how and why the Budget matters to you with The Straits Times, which will be offering live coverage of this year’s announcements as they are delivered in Parliament from 3pm.

Real-time updates

Watch a live-stream of Mr Heng’s speech and get instant, bite-size updates on our special live blog on

Watch video highlights of the speech, and read in-depth analyses on what the Budget means for you on our various platforms.

Stay updated through our Facebook and Twitter accounts, as well as our Telegram channel, and visit our microsite at for more reports.

Quick summary

Get Budget highlights delivered to your e-mail inbox right after the speech. Sign up now for the special-edition newsletter at

Live show and roundtable

Right after the Budget speech ends, join ST associate editor Vikram Khanna and a panel of industry experts on Facebook, YouTube, and simulcast on Money FM 89.3, as they discuss the key announcements with host Rachel Kelly.

On Wednesday, tune in to Money FM 89.3 at 8am for a live broadcast of the post-Budget roundtable discussion led by Mr Khanna.

Readers can also look out for Web specials, explainers and interactive graphics on our website, as well as Budget special reports in the print edition of ST on Wednesday.

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