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SINGAPORE is ranked only 16th in the world when it comes to talent competitiveness, due to its imbalance in optimising homegrown talent and attracting those from overseas.

JAPAN'S exports rose much more sharply than expected in yen terms during October - up by 9.6 per cent to just over 6.9 trillion yen (S$76 billion), the highest monthly level in six years - aided...

A CHINESE factory gauge fell to a six- month low in November, adding to signs that broader stimulus is needed to halt a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. The preliminary Purchasing...

PRICES in the US excluding fuel and food increased more than forecast in October as a drop in energy costs failed to filter through to other goods and services.

NEXT year's pay hikes in Singapore and the rest of the region are tipped to stay close to those of recent years, despite a tight labour market...

SINGAPORE has again been ranked as the best place to do business.

THE board of OW Bunker did not approve a large credit line and was "extremely surprised" by a huge trading loss, the chairman said on Thursday, referring to the two incidents blamed for the...

TWO Singapore tech companies - social analytics startup ThoughtBuzz and industrial equipment firm Feinmetall - have emerged winners at Deloitte's 2014 Technology Fast 500 awards, which...

SINGAPORE'S domestic wholesale trade dropped 5.7 per cent in the third quarter of 2014 compared to a year ago, the Department of Statistics said on Thursday...

AMERICAN drug-maker Amgen expects to roll out its products for treating osteoporosis and bone cancers from its new plant in Tuas by the end of 2016. The S$200 million plant in Tuas Biomedical Park is...

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