SINGAPORE: Channel NewsAsia is presenting a series of programmes relating to Singapore Budget 2014 in the week immediately after it is shared with the public.
The Budget statement will be delivered in Parliament on Friday by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Tharman Shanmugaratnam. This will be broadcast ''live'' over Channel NewsAsia.
The channel is also producing a slate of programmes to help viewers understand the measures announced and their impact on the economy, businesses, households and individuals.
The programmes are as follows:
Singapore Budget 2014 "live" 21 February, 3:30pm A "live" broadcast of the Singapore Budget Statement 2014 from Parliament. There will be Mandarin translation on dual sound mode, and over MediaCorp radio on 938Live. It will also be available on channelnewsasia.com and via Toggle, an interactive content repository by MediaCorp.
Singapore Tonight: Budget Special 21 February, 10-11pm In a special hour-long edition, Singapore Tonight presents a wrap of the top issues from Singapore Budget 2014 and reactions from various analysts and Singaporeans.
Money Mind 23 February, 9.30pm This episode of Money Mind gives a detailed analysis on Singapore Budget 2014 and looks at its impact on the economy and Singapore-based companies.
Singapore Budget 2014 - Ask the Finance Minister 24 February, 8-9pm An exclusive "live" forum with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Tharman Shanmugaratnam, where he will address questions from business owners, industry leaders and Singaporeans.
The Budget and You 25 February, 8-8:30pm This special programme breaks down the details to show how this year's Budget would affect Singaporeans from different walks of life. - CNA/xq
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