“Tourism Development Fund to get S$700m
of additional financing”
- Mr S. Iswaran, Minister for Trade and Industry
At Tourism Industry Conference 2016, Minister for Trade and Industry Mr S Iswaran mentioned that the government is allocating S$700 million1 to the Tourism Development Fund from 2016 to 2020.
In line with this, Singapore Tourism Board (STB) projects that visitor arrivals will expand to about 15 million with tourism receipts to clock about S$22 billion2. Despite a global economy slow down, Singapore’s travel, tourism and hospitality sectors are still promising with jobs available.
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1Channel NewsAsia articled dated 25 Apr 2016
2JobsCentral Community article