Coronavirus: Restaurant association disappointed in landlords' foot-dragging on rental rebates

The Restaurant Association of Singapore said some restaurants expect their revenue to fall by as much as 80 per cent in the next few months.
The Restaurant Association of Singapore said some restaurants expect their revenue to fall by as much as 80 per cent in the next few months.PHOTO: REUTERS

SINGAPORE - With business affected by the coronavirus outbreak, food and beverage (F&B) outlets waiting for promised rental rebates said landlords are dragging their feet.

Apart from a few such as Changi Airport Group and National Parks Board, who have confirmed that rebates will be given, many others have not done the same, the Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS) said in a statement on Monday (March 2).

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