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THE Singapore economy is in transition, and the challenges ahead are "no less daunting" than those the country faced in the downturns of the last 20 years, said Manpower Minister Lim Swee...

SINGAPORE notched in the first quarter its biggest net job loss since the Sars-hit second quarter of 2003 - due mainly to a fall in work permit holders in the manufacturing and construction sectors,...

BANK lending in Singapore surged in March from a year ago at the strongest pace since November 2014, led by stronger business lending that reflects gains in trade loans, loans to oil-related...

BOTH office and retail rents retreated at a steeper pace in the first quarter of this year amid rising vacancies, according to latest official statistics.

A SLOWER pace of decline in private residential prices in the first quarter continues to affirm the view that a bottoming out is under way - a view reinforced by volumes hitting the highest in 15...

SABANA Reit unitholders on Friday voted overwhelmingly against removing its underperforming Reit manager and winding up the Reit vehicle.

CONTRARY to market perception, South-east Asia (SEA) is not a tricky startup investment destination comprised of highly fragmented countries and an under-developed venture ecosystem.

SINGAPORE MARITIME WEEK 2017

SINGAPORE has launched a framework for the loading and unloading of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a ship fuel, paving the way for the port nation to undertake its first LNG bunkering operation in...

HOW Singapore's soft labour market develops in the coming months may be the final, crucial piece of the puzzle on when the central bank's next policy move - a tightening - will be,...

SINGAPORE will soon have two women full ministers in the Cabinet for the first time, after Senior Minister of State Josephine Teo was promoted in the latest round of Cabinet changes announced on...