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HEALTHCARE costs in September rose at the slowest pace in close to three years, due to enhanced medical subsidies including the Pioneer Generation Package. While this helped to push last month's...

A RAMP-UP in supply of industrial space and anti-speculation measures have dented prices and rents in the third quarter, with the softness most pronounced in the factory space segment. And property...

A MAJOR stumbling block to Malaysia's ambitious multi-billion dollar bank merger between CIMB Group, RHB Capital and Malaysia Building Society Bhd may have been cleared, owing to high-level...

LLOYDS Banking Group Plc, Britain's largest mortgage provider, is due to announce about 9,000 job cuts next week as its customers shift to online services from physical branches, a person with...

CANADA's prime minister vowed the country would "not be intimidated" after a reported Muslim convert stormed parliament and killed a soldier, the nation's second "terrorist...

CHINA's vast factory sector grew a shade faster in October as firms drew more foreign and domestic orders, a private survey showed on Thursday, though analysts said the figure does not point to...

KEEPING it in the family? Not when it comes to businesses in Singapore.

THE race is on for insurers to shift from traditional participating products (par products) to capital-light ones as regulators move to finalise the risk-based capital (RBC) 2 framework. This is...

SINGAPORE's nine major life insurers seem to have sufficient capital cushion for now, with all of them hitting a capital adequacy ratio (CAR) of more than 200 per cent last year, above the...

PREMIUMS for passenger car COEs (certificates of entitlement) hardly budged in Thursday's final bidding exercise, ahead of next month's new and bigger quota. Category A - for cars below 1,...

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