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Singapore's largest 'pioneer companies' among those with strong stocks

There are about 50 stocks on SGX with business foundations dating back to the beginning of 1960 and the end of 1969

Established in 1969, Low Keng Huat (Singapore) built the 52-storey OCBC Centre (above) in 1976, which was then the tallest office building in Singapore. Six years later, the company built the SIA Engineering Hangar at Changi International Airport.

STOCK exchanges play a critical role in the development of a country's financial centre, and this has been no different in Singapore.

The evolution from the Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES), Singapore International Monetary Exchange (Simex) and Securities Clearing and Computer Services