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BUYERS thronged car showrooms last weekend as COE premiums slid and the Land Transport Authority (LTA) unveiled a new way of listing new-car registrations, which showed Toyota and Mercedes-Benz...

BUILDING TIES

NOW would be the best time for Singapore businesses to invest in Indonesia if they want to profit big, as Southeast Asia's largest nation has seen a major transfer of power and confronts a...

BUILDING TIES

UK PRIME Minister David Cameron, making South-east Asia a stop in his first major trade visit since his re-election, on Tuesday highlighted the business opportunities available to UK companies in the...

CHINA STOCK CRASH

CHINESE shares fell on Tuesday as Beijing scrambled once again to prop up a stock market, the wild gyrations of which have heightened fears about the financial stability of the world's second...

CHINA'S pledges to prop up the stock market are unwise. It didn't have to be this way - if only the country's authorities had been able to resist the lure of inflating asset prices...

FROM their peak in May 2013, prices of completed private apartments and condos in the Central Region have fallen 12.7 per cent, based on National University of Singapore's (NUS) June 2015 flash...

THERE has been a marginal improvement in the market sentiment of real estate developers in the second quarter of this year although it remains weak, according to the latest NUS-Real Estate Developers...

A DEAL is understood to have been inked for the collective sale of Thong Sia Building along Bideford Road for about S$380 million.

FOR the past three weeks, the Malaysian authorities have allowed the ringgit to trade at below levels that in 1998 prompted them to impose a dollar peg and capital controls. Economists expect more...

FEDERAL Reserve policymakers are more confident about the US economy, but are expected to again put off hiking interest rates at the end of a two-day meeting that begins on Tuesday.