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DPM Lawrence Wong to deliver FY2023 Budget Statement on 14 Feb

Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong against a colourful backdrop featuring orchids, to illustrate a story on the Budget Statement.
Singapore's FY2023 Budget Statement will be delivered by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on Tuesday, 14 February 2023, in Parliament. (PHOTO: Reuters) (Edgar Su / reuters)

SINGAPORE – Singapore's FY2023 Budget Statement will be delivered by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on Tuesday, 14 February 2023, in Parliament.

In a statement, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said that there will be live television and radio coverage of the Budget Statement.

"A link to a live webcast of the delivery of the Budget Statement will be available on the Singapore Budget website (www.singaporebudget.gov.sg). The full Budget Statement will be published on the Singapore Budget website after delivery," the ministry said. "For real-time updates of key Budget announcements, the public can follow MOF's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/MOFsg) and Twitter account (www.twitter.com/MOFsg)."

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The MOF said it continues to welcome views and suggestions for Budget 2023.

The public can share these online, until Friday, 13 January, through REACH’s Budget 2023 microsite or REACH’s e-Listening Points.

The MOF is also partnering the People’s Association (PA) and its grassroots organisations in virtual Ask Kopi Kakis #shareyourviews engagement platforms to seek public views and suggestions until Friday, 13 January.

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