WINNING in China is a top priority for senior executives at most Western multinationals, but many are frustrated by their lack of penetration into regions and cities beyond "first-tier" cities, which include Shanghai, Beijing and Guangdong.
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LIKE the giant Merlion, Quayside Isle in Sentosa Cove has that aura of artifice about it that makes it difficult to see it as a serious dining destination. Pretty little eateries, all in a row, in a picturesque marina setting that look good on the resume of a hipster foodie or the post-its on the fridges of well-heeled residents.
Home & Garden
SAY Tupperware, and the super handy, plastic storage boxes come to mind. But the American brand has been producing a lot more than that to keep up with the needs of a modern kitchen.
TO understand thatthe foot has 33 joints to enable it to adapt to any kind of terrain and not just flat ground, is to realise that perhaps it shouldn't be bound in a stiff shoe.
COMPANIES still haven't figured out how to enable effective social collaboration within the enterprise, says Mike Walsh, who runs a consultancy firm called Tomorrow.
IT is fitting to have a Ben Graham quote open this discussion because I owe so much of what I know about investing to him.
Observers say taxes may be raised in the next couple of years - with more falling on the wealthier - to ensure that the long-term healthcare, housing and infrastructure initiatives announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally can be paid for.