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THE number of workers made redundant in Singapore went up in the third quarter of 2014 to 3,400, in what the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) describes as a sign of the ongoing effects of business...

SINGAPORE has overcome many hurdles in the last 50 years of its tourism journey and the country can expect to face new challenges in the next half-century, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

MARKET watchers and practitioners agree that increasing productivity in the construction sector is a move in the right direction, but some question the need for formal qualifications, which...

MEMBERS of Parliament have filed a total of 72 questions - 53 for oral answer and 19 for a written response - for next Monday's Parliament sitting...

TO protect the interests of retail investors, businesses must raise the bar in corporate governance by initiating innovative practices.

TWO reporters at The Business Times have bagged top awards for financial journalism by the Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS).

BUSINESS optimism has waned across both the services and manufacturing sectors, according to government surveys conducted in September and October. Findings show that although there continue to be...

BANK lending returned to its uninspired form in September, dousing cheer from a growth spurt in August.

A LAND development charge dispute which threatened to derail joint mega property projects related to three former Malayan Railway (KTM) sites in Singapore has been resolved.

THERE was unflinching focus on the three Singapore banking group's housing loans in the third quarter, with United Overseas Bank (UOB) flagging bad mortgage loans that have gone up this round,...

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