19 February 2017
The questions came thick and fast as soon as the Committee on the Future Economy (CFE) released its report on Feb 9. It’s a good sign – better than if there had been indifference and silence.
So, here are the top three questions culled from what has been reported in both the mainstream media and online.
First, there are those who feel the committee has understated the problems with the current economy. They want these addressed first before looking to solve tomorrow’s issues. A businessman friend of mind sent me this text: Dealing with urgent current issues is as important as planning for the future.
… The writer is also a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University
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Last updated on 20/02/2017