Q4 2020 Review: Five key public policy developments in Singapore
4 February 2021
The fourth quarter of 2020 saw various sustainability and green economy initiatives across multiple sectors in Singapore, such as in finance, research and development, and the energy market, and also commitments to international trade. We are pleased to provide an infographic of these public policy developments and their potential commercial impact in the following areas:
- International trade: Singapore signs the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement and the UK-Singapore Free Trade Agreement
- Green finance: MAS launches the Green and Sustainability-Linked Loan Grant Scheme
- Energy: Singapore seeks to strengthen bilateral energy cooperation with Hong Kong, Malaysia and the UK
- Sustainability: The Singapore Government announces a S$49 million Low-Carbon Energy Research Funding Initiative
To view the Q4 2020 Review, please click here.