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Retail sales continued to decline in October, and just barely notched minute gains when motor vehicles were excluded.

Singapore retail sales continue decline with 0.1% slowdown in October
RETAIL sales continued to decline in October, and just barely notched minute gains when motor vehicles were excluded.


Noble sells coal unit for US$34.5m
NOBLE Group has completed the sale of MR Coal Marketing and Trading, a unit dealing in coal sales, for a cash consideration of US$34.5 million to an unnamed buyer.


Singapore resale condo prices up 0.5% in November: SRX Property
RESALE prices of private condominiums in Singapore posted a 0.5 per cent increase in November 2017 from a month ago, SRX Property flash estimates showed on Tuesday.


Cairnhill Heights in District 9 seeking more than S$80m in collective sale tender
DISTRICT 9's Cairnhill Heights, a freehold private residential site located at Cairnhill Rise, has obtained more than 90 per cent consensus from owners agreeing to a collective sale.

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HDB launches tender for exec condo at Sumang Walk
THE Housing & Development Board (HDB) has launched a residential site for executive condominium development at Sumang Walk for sale by public tender on Tuesday, under the second half 2017 Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme.


Singapore drops 5 spots to rank 21st in priciest cities for expats: ECA International
SINGAPORE has dropped five places in the global rankings since 2016, while cities such as Tel Aviv and Copenhagen have climbed.


Electric-vehicle car sharing programme officially rolls out with 80 cars
Singapore's first large-scale electric-vehicle car sharing programme officially rolled out on Tuesday, with 80 hatchbacks and 32 charging stations offering some 120 charging points available for public use.


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Singapore shares close marginally higher on last-minute buying
SHARE prices in the Singapore bourse trended downwards nearly all day but thanks to an eleventh-hour "Christmas shopping", the key Straits Times Index managed to close in positive territory - up 5.09 points at 3,465.54 on Tuesday.


 

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