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A PROPOSAL to reclaim some 1,411 hectares of land for an integrated petroleum hub and maritime industrial park in south-western Johor will give Malaysia an opportunity to capture the growing demand...

CONCERNS about deflation might be a little inflated. Yes, Singapore is experiencing a decline in overall consumer prices. But no, the country is not caught in a spiral of falling prices that will...

GREEK bonds and stocks plunged for a second day amid concern that the nation's new government will clash with euro-area finance ministers over its funding needs...

OPEC's secretary-general says oil prices as high as US$200 a barrel are possible if producers fail to invest in new supply...

A SHARP oil price decline is generally a sign of oversupply, and an oil glut is normally an economic lubricant. The oil price is down almost 60 per cent since June, and about half of the decline...

AN apex agency with the mandate to combat cyber attacks and formulate Singapore's long-term cyber-security policy will start functioning from April 1. ...

THE number of parallel imported cars bounced back in 2014 as the certificate of entitlement (COE) quota rose and the Japanese yen fell, with the industry expecting 2015 to continue improving.

SINGAPORE and London could work more closely in building awareness of developments in the offshore yuan market, said the Association of Banks in Singapore and City of London Corporation on Tuesday,...

FAMILY-owned businesses in Singapore are laggards in the region in two respects - in planning for leadership succession and in using formal structures and wealth-management solutions to manage...

PUBLIC sentiment towards a Bill on alcohol restrictions tabled in Parliament last week is highly favourable as a new poll by government feedback unit Reach shows that as many as 81 per cent of the...