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Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 18:30
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CERTIFICATE of entitlement (COE) premiums were mixed in the final bidding exercise before the start of a smaller COE quota next month.

Big car COE premium jumps more than S$3,000

Certificate of entitlement (COE) premiums were mixed in the final bidding exercise before the start of a smaller COE quota next month.


HDB's industrial land, properties to be consolidated under JTC

Industrial land and properties currently under the Housing & Development Board (HDB) will soon be consolidated under JTC Corporation (JTC) to better support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in their business growth.


Singapore lays groundwork for self-driving bus trial

After launching the world's first self-driving taxi trial, Singapore is now looking at self-driving buses that can serve commuters.


Singapore top destination for expansion among Chinese firms: survey

Singapore remains attractive to Chinese businesses as an expansion destination, according to a UOB survey released on Wednesday.


Germany's Evonik to build second amino acid plant in Singapore

German chemical firm Evonik is building a second methionine plant in Singapore, less than two years after it opened its first in the country.


Charles Chan appointed as Ascendas-Singbridge China CEO

Ascendas-Singbridge Group on Wednesday announced that Charles Chan has been appointed as chief executive officer (CEO) of Ascendas-Singbridge China, with effect from Oct 10.


Corporate Earnings


The STI Today

Singapore shares close mixed, even as STI enjoys late push

The final US presidential debate will take place at 9am local time on Thursday, which could explain Wednesday's quiet and relatively listless trading session.

 

Keppel T&T's Q3 earnings rocket 356.5% to S$69.9m, despite revenue drop
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