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Monday, June 5, 2017 - 18:30

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The Central Provident Fund Board (CPF Board) said on Monday it had recovered about S$635.1 million in CPF arrears from cases closed in 2016, which is expected to benefit more than 380,000 employees.

CPF Board recovered S$635m in CPF arrears from employers in 2016

The Central Provident Fund Board (CPF Board) said on Monday it had recovered about S$635.1 million in CPF arrears from cases closed in 2016, which is expected to benefit more than 380,000 employees.


Online hiring in Singapore falls 1% in April year on year: MEI

The latest Monster Employment Index (MEI) indicated that online hiring activity in Singapore plunged in April 2017 by one per cent year on year.

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STB partners Tencent IBG to draw more Chinese visitors to Singapore

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has partnered Chinese tech titan Tencent's International Business Group (IBG), as the Board moves to draw even more Chinese tourists to the Republic.


SPH's relaunched AsiaOne website to focus on social news and trending topics

AsiaOne, Singapore Press Holdings' (SPH) news and lifestyle content site, has recently been relaunched with a fresh look, logo and content mix.


Super Group to delist shares on Tuesday

With the completion of the compulsory acquisition exercise, the shares of Super Group will be delisted from the official list of the SGX-ST with effect from 9am on June 6.


Lippo China Resources' stake in HMC now more than 50%

Lippo China Resources now owns more than 50 per cent of the issued shares of Healthway Medical Corporation (HMC) following the closure of offer for the acquisition of shares in HMC on May 23.


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Singapore shares close 1.7 points down

Share prices in the local bourse closed lower with the key Straits Times Index finishing the day 1.7 points down at 3,238.31.

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