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IN seeking to build a fair and inclusive society, Singapore has built a system that will endure through generations - and certainly beyond each election cycle.

IT may be getting more expensive to do business here as companies clamour for greater resources, but Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam doesn't think this spells bad news for the economy...

THE strength of the Central Provident Fund (CPF) system lies in the fact that it is both financially sustainable and progressive, a "rarity" in the world when it comes to a country's...

SINGAPORE will not be caught in what looks like an arms race that's building up in the region, according to Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen in Parliament...

A PLATE of chicken rice or a bowl of laksa served in the capitals of the world can do more for Singapore's foreign policy than most people think, Member of Parliament Sitoh Yih Pin (Potong Pasir...

COMPANIES in Singapore should venture beyond local shores in order to remain relevant amid shifting economic landscapes, said panellists at the PwC Singapore Budget Seminar 2015 on Wednesday.

THE SME Magazine will organise a Budget 2015 Seminar for SMEs and entrepreneurs on March 17 at the SPH Auditorium at Toa Payoh North from 2.30 pm to 5 pm. The speakers include business leaders, an...

SINGAPORE is expected to see the largest increase in ultra-rich individuals compared to other cities globally over the next 10 years, according to Knight Frank's Wealth Report 2015...

AS expected, China lowered its 2015 GDP growth target to "approximately 7 per cent", as the world's second largest economy rebalances and faces slower global growth. ...

CHINA'S new target for GDP growth is a missed opportunity. Premier Li Keqiang says economic output will expand by "about 7 per cent" this year. Though the lack of precision is welcome...