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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
Singapore has beaten the competition and emerged at the top of regional corporate governance rankings, "Corporate Governance (CG) Watch 2016".
Shareholders of transport operator SMRT Corporation have voted on Thursday - after struggling with a frustrating 40-minute delay caused by technical glitches - to allow state investor Temasek Holdings to take it private, after they agreed to transfer SMRT rail assets to the government.
Singapore Pools will roll out a Web-based service on Oct 25, while Singapore Turf Club will introduce a Web-based service and a new iTote mobile app on Nov 15.
Challenger Technologies on Thursday announced the lease confirmation of its new flagship store, spanning almost 14,000 sq ft at Bugis Junction.
New York-listed drugmaker AbbVie has marked its first foray in Asia with a S$400 million Singapore plant.
Interior-design contractor Serrano's wholly owned subsidiary Serrano Holdings has received a letter of demand from Maybank in Vietnam after a supplier defaulted on payments to the bank.
The STI Today
Singapore stocks finished 0.9 per cent higher on Thursday, Straits Times Index (STI) gained 25.56 points to 2,883.57.