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OUTPUT by Singapore factories slowed more than expected in January 2017, mainly due to the seasonal effect of Chinese New Year and a decline in biomedical manufacturing.

SINGAPORE stock traders may finally get their lunch break back.

CERTIFICATE of entitlement (COE) premiums rose across the board in the latest round of bidding - including those for motorcycles, for which a new tiered additional registration fee (ARF) was unveiled...

ENCOUNTERING some degree of scepticism is hardly unusual when one tries to start a business.

INCUBATION hubs have become an established way of growing a startup, especially for university students lacking industry connections.

NOBLE Group's stock fell 16.7 per cent on Friday after a negative report from antagonist outfit Iceberg Research chilled optimism about a strategic investment by China oil and gas giant Sinochem...

TOKYO workers could take free limo rides and sip champagne on the last Friday afternoon of the month, courtesy of downtown developers. SoftBank Group Corp is giving staff extra money to hit the town...

THE Singdollar rose to S$1.4057 on Friday from Thursday's S$1.4149 on continued US dollar weakness on realisation that US President Donald Trump's tax reforms will take time and also...

THE United Kingdom will allow its law enforcement agencies to target "unexplained wealth" and seize the UK assets of dictators and human rights abusers, even for offences committed overseas...

SEVENTEEN years after first setting foot in Saudi Arabia, Dominic Steck shipped his two cats and returned to Germany with his wife and school-age children, who hardly know their homeland.