Government & Economy

Domestic price pressures raise Singaporeans' inflation expectations

DOMESTIC pass-through price pressures have pushed up both the headline inflation rate (CPI-All Item) and core inflation rate expectations for the first time since September 2012.


BANKS are becoming more creative in the ways they woo small and medium enterprises (SMEs), whether in the form of partnerships with associations, enticing grants or accolades.

Companies & Markets

SEMBMARINE SLP (SLP) and Jurong Shipyard, subsidiaries of Sembcorp Marine, have secured offshore energy-related contracts valued at a combined S$222 million.

Companies & Markets

VALLIANZ Holdings has clinched Letters of Award and new charter contract wins worth US$64 million in Mexico, West Africa and the Asia-Pacific.

Real Estate

IN THE biggest office leasing deal for a new suburban project so far this year, CPG Corporation has taken a lease of 83,000 sq ft at Westgate Tower next to Jurong East MRT Station. The group will move out from Novena Square, where it occupies its present...


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How Singapore's monetary policy works

The Monetary Authority of Singapore is keeping the Singapore dollar on an appreciating path. Find out how the central bank manages the Singapore dollar to keep inflation at bay.

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