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Back to the future of quarterly reporting

In view of recent developments, it is timely to review if this regime has worked well here, says ADRIAN CHAN

TEN years ago, quarterly reporting was made mandatory in Singapore. Before its introduction, the rule was strenuously debated. It had many opponents, most notably S Dhanabalan, then chairman of Temasek Holdings and DBS Bank. He famously said: "We seem to have tilted in favour of traders in

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