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SHOPPING for a life insurance product in Singapore will see a fundamental change this month when consumers can compare more than 200 life insurance policies available on the retail market, via an...

IN one of the biggest crackdowns in Malaysia's recent history, five seasoned newsmen were the latest to be hauled up by cops under sedition charges, bringing the tally to over 100 politicians,...

IN a last-ditch attempt to save a few bucks, Malaysians have gone on a buying spree ahead of the implementation of a 6 per cent Goods & Services Tax (GST) from Wednesday.

CONSUMER confidence increased in March to the second-highest level since August 2007 as Americans grew more upbeat about the outlook for the labour market and incomes.

IF SINGAPORE is to be a sustainable society, it needs to address the growing disconnection between the people's expectations and government policies, said GIC president Lim Siong Guan on Tuesday...

BANK lending in February fell from a month ago, dragged by a contraction in business loans for the third straight month that reflects persistent weakness from trade loans.

JAPAN has become effectively isolated as it continues to resist joining the proposed China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), which it sees as a rival to the Asian Development Bank (ADB...

THE recategorisation of Certificate of Entitlement (COE) Category A a year ago has led not only to the median Open Market Value (OMV) of small cars falling, but also that of bigger and more expensive...

WHILE a whopping 97 per cent of Singapore job-seekers polled said they would consider leaving Singapore to work overseas, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) sometimes face an uphill task...