THE bustling South-east Asian market and its heavy demand for infrastructure and consumerism will likely ensure the region remains appealing to Singapore firms that want to invest abroad, said a...

CARBON PRICING

CHINA's national carbon trading scheme - set to be rolled out in the second half of this year - has been three years in the making. But with few details released so far, Singapore companies with...

CARBON PRICING

A CARBON price will not be the silver bullet in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Rather, it is more effective as part of a raft of policy measures, according to climate policy experts.

AS oil prices stabilise around US$50, Malaysian tycoon Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary has set out to consolidate most of the oil and gas-related (O&G) businesses in his sprawling empire under his latest...

COMMENTARY

IT HAS been seven years since the government first introduced cooling measures for the property market.

HONG KONG-listed insurer AIA has set up a Singapore-based dedicated investment company to manage its internal funds in a move observers said might deliver better returns to policyholders.

COMMENTARY

A UNITHOLDER revolt unlike any other in Singapore's largely steady and uneventful real estate investment trust space is showing up the unattractive spots in one of the city state's most...

YUM CHA

THERE'S a four letter word that starts with "L" and it causes headaches for many in Hong Kong...

COMPANY OF GOOD

THE Corporate Giving Survey 2015 - conducted by the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) and Community Chest - has found that the majority of companies in Singapore give back to the...

WALL STREET INSIGHT

LAST week, stocks hit new record highs as traders sloughed off President Donald Trump's political stumbles and focused on economic, earnings and merger reports...