Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Indonesia's central bank has agreed to buy a total 574.59 trillion rupiah (US$39.74 billion) of low-yielding government bonds this year to help fund the economic recovery programme, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Monday.The bond-buying programme will help finance the 2020 fiscal deficit, which is forecast...

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Malaysians Are Going Local to Help SMEs Survive

The Malaysian government is encouraging people to buy local products as a means to revive the national economy amid the global economic downturn caused...

Southeast Asian SMEs Rank Technology as Investment Priority

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Accelerating E-Commerce Post COVID-19

https://www.facebook.com/smemagazineasia/videos/295791488264928 With the number of COVID-19 cases decreasing, businesses are eager to get back to work. However, the post-COVID-19 period brings with it its own...

Singaporean Landlords and Tenants Form Committee to Discuss Issues

Industry bodies representing landlords and tenants in Singapore have formed a temporary committee to discuss long-term standing issues on rental and tenancy. The deliberations...

Malaysia’s Debt Limit Can Be Raised

While Malaysia’s debt-to-gross domestic product (GDP) ratio may hit the 55 percent statutory limit by year-end, the Malaysian Industrial Development Finance (MIDF) group managing...

SMEs Must Leverage Digital To Succeed, Post The Pandemic

By Raymond Siva, CMO at MDEC Success today requires the agility and drive to constantly rethink, reinvigorate, react and reinvent. – Bill Gates Time and again,...

Back to Business: Events Given The Green Light

The Malaysian government has recently announced it’s intentions to reopen the business events sector with certain restrictions. This is due to an improving health...

Singapore Reopens Phase 2

Singapore will be moving into phase two of reopening the economy on 19 June 2020. With this new phase of de-escalation, businesses are putting...

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Automation grant to support SMEs making the digital leap

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