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THE Singapore Airshow 2016 (Feb 16-21) is back this week as the global economy slows down. But industry heavy-hitters, senior government officials and military chiefs from around the world continue...

SINGAPORE'S FUTURE ECONOMY

BRANDON Tan has his hands full juggling a hectic full-time job and raising two young children with his stay-at-home wife, but the marketing manager at an insurance firm is still always thinking of...

COME March 8, Singapore businesses will be able to access news on China's "One Belt, One Road" (OBOR) development strategy, through a dedicated online portal by Lianhe Zaobao (LHZB)...

SINGAPORE AIRSHOW 2016

COMMERCIAL flexibility in the aviation sector is needed to help economies maximise their growth potential, and this is Singapore's ultimate aim in pursuing greater competition in the sector,...

OVERCAPACITY remains a challenge for carriers in this part of the world, which could prompt some airlines to postpone incoming aircraft, according to the head of an airline association.

COMMENTARY

THROUGHOUT its nearly century-old history, the environment in which airline executives operated has been one of ups and downs driven by economic cycles, industry regulation constraints and shifting...

WALL STREET INSIGHT

THE US stock market finished one of the wildest weeks in years with modest losses, as bank executives tried to rally investor confidence.

Shares of Singapore banks have been mauled in recent weeks amid deep worries over asset quality, and the banks’ exposure to China. Here are four charts exploring where the banks’ fundamentals stand...

SINGAPORE found itself trying to tackle some issues in 1982 which still remain pertinent today - foreign labour dependence and transport.