Singapore Seeking Input On 2017 Budget
by Mary Swire, Lowtax.net, Hong Kong
07 December, 2016
Singapore's Ministry of Finance is inviting feedback from taxpayers on measures for the territory's upcoming Budget.
The Ministry said the consultation is intended to garner feedback on issues such as how it can best develop Singaporeans, support families, and help local companies grow through innovation and internationalization.
As well as launching a dedicated website to process responses, the Ministry will host nine Pre-Budget 2017 Listening Points for Singaporeans to express their views in person.
Comments on the consultation must be received by January 13, 2016. Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat is due to deliver his 2017 Budget Statement in March 2017.
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