Retail sales in Singapore grew at a faster pace in the month of June compared to a year ago, but were held back by weaker sales in motor vehicles and food retailers.

Even though Singapore has just celebrated its 52nd birthday, many of its homegrown companies have been in existence for much longer, with several being twice as old as its home country.

Our Tampines Hub (OTH) is having its official opening on Sunday. The first integrated community and lifestyle hub that houses a sports stadium, six swimming pools, at a regional library, a sports...

GROWTH in the manufacturing sector could be sustained for the year, as the latest Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for manufacturing and electronics climbed higher unexpectedly, although marginally.

The latest energy statistics from the Energy Market Authority (EMA) show, for the first time, a breakdown of Singapore's solar usage by different user types. It also features the wholesale...

Changi Airport Terminal 4 was announced in March 2012 to cater to growing air traffic. It was decided that the former budget terminal would make way for it. The new terminal, which has an annual...

BASE effects from the disbursement of service and conservancy charges (S&CC) rebates dissipated, which led to a sharp decline in housing maintenance and repairs costs.

The Asia-Pacific is already the world’s largest aviation market and is expected to continue growing at 5-6 per cent annually over the next two decades. By 2035, the region will account for over three...

Singapore’s yard group Keppel Offshore & Marine (O&M) will deliver in August the world’s first converted floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel to owner-operator Golar LNG. The FLNG,...

Retail sales in Singapore in the month of May notched minute gains when compared to a year ago, but weakened from the preceding month. Data released by the Department of Statistics on Wednesday...