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Monday, February 27, 2017 - 18:30

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The Monetary Authority of Singapore has formed a Corporate Governance Council to review the Code of Corporate Governance. It will be chaired by former chairman of the Singapore Exchange (SGX), Chew Choon Seng.

MAS sets up council to review Code of Corporate Governance

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has formed a Corporate Governance Council to review the Code of Corporate Governance. It will be chaired by former chairman of the Singapore Exchange (SGX), Chew Choon Seng.


Tourism Authority of Thailand, SIA ink MOU to boost arrivals to Land of Smiles

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to promote travel to Thailand from key markets.

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Cushman & Wakefield secure approval for redevelopment of Katong Shopping Centre

Cushman & Wakefield, together with the Collective Sale Committee, has secured approval for the redevelopment of Singapore's first air-conditioned mall Katong Shopping Centre for commercial and serviced residence use.


Keppel Reit issues 7.9m new shares as part of distribution reinvestment plan

Keppel Reit Management, manager of Keppel Reit, said on Monday 7.9 million new units in the Reit (real estate investment trust) have been allotted and issued at an issue price of S$1.0004 per new unit.


SPH ties up with China's largest online creative services platform for bilingual portal for SMEs

Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has inked a pact with China's largest online creative services platform to develop the first of its kind business to business (B2B) bilingual platform targeted at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in South-east Asia, including Singapore and Malaysia.


Loyz Energy issues new shares as final settlement of US$8.56m loan from Jit Sun

Catalist-listed Loyz Energy, an independent exploration and production upstream energy player, said on Monday it has entered into a placement agreement to allot and issue 465.87 million new shares at an issue price of S$0.0260 apiece.


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Singapore shares finish weaker ahead of Trump's testimony to Congress

Trading was cautious and quiet on Monday ahead of US President Donald Trump's address to the US Congress on Tuesday, which could provide some idea of the economic, tax and foreign policies he intends to pursue.

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