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Government & Economy

New rules to boost construction skills

WITH the inflow of foreign workers easing to the pace that the government wants, the policy focus is now shifting to raising the quality of these workers - starting with the construction sector.

Government & Economy

THE Arbitral Tribunal has ruled that development charges on three former Malayan Railway (KTM) sites in Singapore in Tanjong Pagar, Kranji and Woodlands will not be payable.

Government & Economy

MANUFACTURERS in Singapore are looking less optimistic about their prospects in their next six months, a government survey has found.

Banking & Finance

Bank lending in Singapore dollars showed no growth in September compared to a month ago, figures released by the Monetary Authority of Singapore showed on Friday.

Government & Economy

THE number of retrenchments in Singapore went up in the third quarter of 2014 to 3,400, a sign of the ongoing effects of business restructuring.

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