Preventing the rise of extreme politics through inclusive growth

The rise of extreme politics in many advanced economies is related to their economic woes. To prevent this, we must continue to work hard to promote inclusive growth, and to ensure that all Singaporeans can succeed in their pursuits. Minister for Finance Lawrence Wong highlighted these points at the Institute of Policy Studies Roundtable on New Tribalism and Identity Politics on 23 Nov 2021.

Video credit: Institute for Policy Studies

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