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STRAIT TALK

WITH the eurozone in crisis over Greece and China's stock market heading south, it would be nice to come across some reassuringly good news about the shipping industry. Sadly, there is little...

EDITORIAL

AS the world agonises again over the possible ramifications of a possible eurozone exit by Greece, the world - including countries like the US, China, and even Singapore - has much to learn from the...

FOR a while, it seemed that when it came to the approaching 2016 US presidential race - dominated by expectations that Democratic Hillary Clinton would be facing Republican Jeb Bush - some political...

THE BOTTOM LINE

CHINA's new national security law, enacted last week by the National People's Congress, the country's parliament, is worrying on several levels, both because of what it says and...

AS Greece teeters on the edge of an abyss, the world collectively holds its breath. If Greece is expelled from the eurozone after its "no" vote on needed reforms, the ripple effect will...

COMMENTARY

ONE of the things that is probably scaring eurozone authorities more than most people suppose is the threat that Greece may not only survive but actually thrive outside of the "common currency...

MANY people think that by voting No, the Greeks have slit their throats. But they defied expectations and turned the tables on the creditors.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

AFTER reading the letter "Achieving a robust and vibrant securities market" by Ong Chong Tee of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (BT, June 26), trading representatives (TRs) cannot help...