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While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, May 1 edition - The Straits Times

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, May 1 editionThe Straits TimesPresident Donald Trump called Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday evening for their second conversation since Mr Trump won the Presidency, and invited him to the White House to "further strengthen ties". Prime Minister Lee and President Trump ...and more »

PM Lee, US President Trump affirm strong bilateral ties in phone call - TODAYonline

PM Lee, US President Trump affirm strong bilateral ties in phone callTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and United States President Donald Trump spoke on the phone on Sunday night (April 30) and affirmed the deep and longstanding relationship between Singapore and America. “They expressed satisfaction ...and more »

PM Lee's May Day message: Economy picking up but jobs remain a concern - The Straits Times;

PM Lee's May Day message: Economy picking up but jobs remain a concern - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesPM Lee's May Day message: Economy picking up but jobs remain a concernThe Straits TimesMr Lee said prospects for international trade remain uncertain as the US' attitude has changed. ST PHOTO: JAMIE KOH. Published. 2 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print Purchase Article.and more »

What's Next: May 1, 2017 - The Straits Times

What's Next: May 1, 2017The Straits TimesMr Lee delivering the keynote address at the May Day Rally held at D'Marquee Downtown East on May 1, 2016. PHOTO: ST FILE. Published. 3 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print Purchase ...and more »

Trump speaks to PM Lee, affirming ties - The Straits Times

Trump speaks to PM Lee, affirming tiesThe Straits TimesUS President Donald Trump called Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong last night for their second conversation since Mr Trump won the presidency. They "affirmed the deep and longstanding relationship between Singapore and the United States", Singapore's ...and more »

PM Lee, President Trump speak on the phone - Channel NewsAsia;

PM Lee, President Trump speak on the phone - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaPM Lee, President Trump speak on the phoneChannel NewsAsiaPrime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (L) and US President Donald Trump. (Photos: Xabryna Kek, AFP). 30 Apr 2017 11:23PM. Share this content. Share on Facebook. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on Twitter. Share on LinkedIn. Share on LinkedIn.and more »

Redeployment key to coping with gloomy economic outlook: PM Lee - TODAYonline

Redeployment key to coping with gloomy economic outlook: PM LeeTODAYonlinePM Lee Hsien Loong and eight union leaders had a discussion on their industries' prospects, where the jobs are, the challenges and how they were helping their employees adapt to the restructuring and new job opportunities. Photo: MCI. mail · print ...and more »

May Day: Unions are helping retrenched workers switch sectors, union leaders tell PM - The Straits Times

May Day: Unions are helping retrenched workers switch sectors, union leaders tell PMThe Straits TimesAmid this uncertainty, union leaders are helping retrenched workers switch sectors, the leaders said at a recent dialogue with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. For example, retrenched workers in the battered offshore marine, oil and gas sector are being ...and more »

Hard work needed to keep up growth, says PM Lee - TODAYonline;

Hard work needed to keep up growth, says PM Lee - TODAYonline

TODAYonlineHard work needed to keep up growth, says PM LeeTODAYonlineSINGAPORE — Buoyed by an upswing in several major and emerging economies, Singapore may achieve a better economic growth this year compared to last year's 2-per-cent expansion, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said. In his May Day message ...and more »

Economy improving but in transition: PM Lee - THE BUSINESS TIMES

Economy improving but in transition: PM LeeTHE BUSINESS TIMESTHE global economy as well as Singapore faces an improving but mixed outlook, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his 2017 May Day message. Even while an upswing is happening in America, Europe, Japan and emerging economies, prospects for ...and more »

The future of Singapore's jobs: PM Lee speaks with union leaders - Channel NewsAsia;

The future of Singapore's jobs: PM Lee speaks with union leaders - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaThe future of Singapore's jobs: PM Lee speaks with union leadersChannel NewsAsiaPrime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in a dialogue session with union leaders on Apr 18, 2017. (Photo: MCI). 30 Apr 2017 07:40PM (Updated: 01 May 2017 12:10AM ). Share this content. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on LinkedIn. Share via ...and more »

Hard work needed to sustain growth amid mixed outlook: PM Lee - Channel NewsAsia;

Hard work needed to sustain growth amid mixed outlook: PM Lee - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaHard work needed to sustain growth amid mixed outlook: PM LeeChannel NewsAsiaEven as Singapore's total employment expands, it is also seeing more retrenchments, and unemployment is creeping up, Mr Lee Hsien Loong noted in his May Day message. "The mixed picture shows an economy in transition." 2 related media assets (image ...and more »

Bigger changes to Cabinet, more new ministers in 2018: PM Lee [Channel NewsAsia] - Gov.sg (press release);

Bigger changes to Cabinet, more new ministers in 2018: PM Lee [Channel NewsAsia] - Gov.sg (press release)

Gov.sg (press release)Bigger changes to Cabinet, more new ministers in 2018: PM Lee [Channel NewsAsia]Gov.sg (press release)Expect bigger Cabinet changes next year, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong told the media on Saturday (Apr 29), at the end of his trip to the Philippine capital for the ASEAN Summit. The latest round of Cabinet changes announced on Thursday saw ...and more »

PM Lee to make bigger changes to Cabinet team next year - The Straits Times

PM Lee to make bigger changes to Cabinet team next yearThe Straits TimesPrime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivering his speech at the National Day Rally 2016 held at the Institute of Technical Education College Central campus in Ang Mo Kio on Aug 21, 2016. PHOTO: ST FILE. Published. Apr 30, 2017, 5:00 am SGT. Facebook ...and more »

Bigger changes to Cabinet ahead in 2018, says PM Lee Hsien Loong - The Straits Times;

Bigger changes to Cabinet ahead in 2018, says PM Lee Hsien Loong - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesBigger changes to Cabinet ahead in 2018, says PM Lee Hsien LoongThe Straits TimesMANILA - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Saturday (April 29) that he plans to make bigger changes to his team next year, and put new ministers in charge of some ministries. His comments follow the latest round of Cabinet changes, which saw Mrs ...and more »

Major Cabinet reshuffle on the cards next year: PM Lee - TODAYonline;

Major Cabinet reshuffle on the cards next year: PM Lee - TODAYonline

TODAYonlineMajor Cabinet reshuffle on the cards next year: PM LeeTODAYonlineMANILA — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Saturday (April 29) that he plans to carry out a major Cabinet reshuffle next year which will see more new ministers helming their own ministries, adding that this week's promotion of two ministers was ...and more »