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Budget 2020 an indirect benefit to the property market

Budget 2020 an indirect benefit to the property market


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It is undeniable that next year's Budget has fewer direct goodies for the property sector, but those who have been attuned to the market are well aware that sometimes, an indirect approach can better serve the sector. 

KPMG executive director Soh Lian Seng agreed, pointing out that the big corporations and government authorities were already utilizing big data. "Ifs something you can't run away from," he said.

The takeaway from the SME session of the forum is that enterprises have to allow for innovative ideas when they take in fresh graduates as this will pave the way forward for the businesses. This will lessen the impact of the projected increase in redundancy as allowing more fresh graduates to enter the workforce will bring in a new set of buyers new set of buyers when they stabilize their finances.

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