From the gallery: Of city-states and hard choices, as DPM Heng rounds up debate

SINGAPORE – Following a marathon 12-hour debate stretching over two days, and a lengthy exchange on whether to adopt a minimum wage, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Thursday (Oct 15) set out two things in his round-up speech about the Government’s strategy to emerge stronger from the pandemic.

First, the broader and unique context of the policy choices that Singapore must make.

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