Social and business measures to enable Singapore’s business and residential community to get back on track

There have been numerous social and business measures implemented to enable Singapore’s business and residential community to get back on track as soon as possible.

To help those with subsidiaries in Singapore to navigate the dynamic landscape, we have put together the following overview slides. We will be regularly updating these slides below.

The content in these slides is not exhaustive. For specific questions please drop us a line at contact@mazars.com.sg or reach out to us via the contact details at the back of this deck.

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