Singapore will not take a hands-off attitude to property cycle
"Let me be very clear that the Government cannot and will not take a hands-off attitude to the property cycle," National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said in a speech last month.
Explaining why the Korean investors chose this area, he said they could take advantage of the river water to irrigate.
Let me be very clear. The Government cannot, and will not take a hands-off attitude to the property cycle. So, there should not be any surprise when we intervene in the market, because that is our approach and attitude. I do not think any responsible government should do so. Instead, we will do whatever we can to prevent property bubbles from.
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and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore has set out specific initiatives to lead Singapore’s building and construction industry in greening our built environment. In Singapore’s densely built-up urban environment, with limited land space and few natural resources, greening buildings is vital to sustainability.
Mr Wong told the event at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore: "The Government cannot, and will not, take a hands-off attitude to the property cycle. So there should not be any surprise when we.
Many Singaporeans themselves now realize that there will have to be changes, not just to appease the OECD countries on whom their economic future depends, but also because their own region is now so uncertain. Can Singapore survive as an island of affluence in a neighborhood characterized by slowing growth and violent religious and ethnic conflict?
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We assume that private property owners do not have any other loans to service. For simplicity, we assume both husband and wife earns the same salary. We also have to take into account msr (mortgage service ratio) for HDB flats, stipulating that owners are only allowed to pay back a maximum of 30% of their gross total income.
The government has concluded that it cannot take a "hands-off" approach to managing Singapore’s property market and allow asset bubbles to develop. "This is not what a responsible government would do," says Lawrence Wong, Minister for National Development and Second Minister for Finance."Our aim is not