Sasseur Reit's unit sued in China for 148m yuan, costs

A SUBSIDIARY of Sasseur Reit is being sued in China over a disagreement regarding the final construction sum payable in respect of Sasseur (Hefei) Outlets which were completed in May 2016.

Sapphire Corporation bags 64m yuan contract to upgrade water treatment facility in China

MAINBOARD-LISTED Sapphire Corporation Ltd, an integrated infrastructure design and construction group in China, has secured a 64 million yuan (S$12.7 million) contract for the design, engineering and construction work related to the upgrading of a water treatment facility in Chengdu, China.

Sasseur Reit's subsidiary sued in China for 148.4m yuan, legal costs

A SUBSIDIARY of Sasseur Reit is being sued in China over a disagreement of the final construction sum payable in respect of Sasseur (Hefei) outlets which was completed in May 2016.

Pacific Radiance's noteholders to redeem notes via cash-and-equity option

OFFSHORE support vessel group Pacific Radiance, which is currently undergoing debt restructuring, said on Tuesday evening that all outstanding S$100 million of 4.3 per cent notes due Sept 30, 2019 will redeemed by noteholders via the first option in its debt restructuring proposal.

Tech-crazy Asians - and the firms that woo them

FOR one morning only, StarHub chief executive Peter Kaliaropoulos had a special job. Donning a bright green company T-shirt, Mr Kaliaropoulos became a delivery man to a 53-year-old general manager of a cleaning company who had been a loyal StarHub customer since 2000.

SGX proposes new 'trade at close' session for securities market

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) has proposed a new five-minute long trading session for the securities market that will take place after the closing auction routine ends.

Sakae Holdings files police report over 'highly questionable' sugar trade by its representative

SAKAE Holdings said on Friday that it has filed a police report relating to the failure of a customer to pay US$4.3 million for 9,343 metric tonnes of sugar delivered in December 2017.

Sakae Holdings files police report against customer who failed to pay for sugar trade

SAKAE Holdings said on Friday that it has filed a police report relating to the failure of a customer to pay US$4.3 million for 9,343 metric tonnes of sugar delivered in December 2017.

SGX proposes new 'trade at close' session for securities market

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) has proposed a new five-minute long trading session for the securities market that will take place after the closing auction routine ends.

Opportunities for Singapore startups in Russia's consumer, tech sectors

SINGAPORE businesses will stand to gain by venturing into Russia's consumer and technology sectors...

Opportunities for Singapore firms in Russia's consumer, tech sectors

SINGAPORE businesses will stand to gain by venturing into Russia's consumer and technology sectors...

South African fintech raises US$52m for Asia, Africa push; CEO moves to S'pore

SOUTH African fintech firm Jumo has raised US$52 million (S$71.5 million) in its latest funding round led by Goldman Sachs, which joins as a new investor.

South Africa fintech firm JUMO raises US$52m to drive expansion in Asia and Africa

SOUTH African fintech firm JUMO has raised US$52 million in its latest funding round led by Goldman Sachs, which joins as a new investor.

M Development’s deadline to meet requirements for new listing extended to Mar 7, 2019

INVESTMENT holding firm M Development has been granted a time extension to Mar 7, 2019 by the Singapore Exchange (SGX) to meet the requirements for a new listing.

Sinostar PEC Holdings to invest 1.2b yuan in new plant

THE board of directors of Sinostar PEC Holdings has approved a 1.2 billion yuan (S$239.8 million) investment by the group's subsidiary in the construction of a polypropylene production plant in Shandong province, China...

AnAn International's owner ordered by High Court to wind up

FUEL oil trader AnAn International said on Friday evening that its controlling shareholder AnAn Group (Singapore) was handed a High Court order on Sep 7 for the group to be wound up and for liquidators to be appointed for the group.

A pitch for the past: how and why nostalgia marketing works

SIX years ago, a Google startup launched a mobile game called Ingress. Leveraging on ground-breaking technology such as GPS location play and augmented reality, it enthralled users with an immersive gaming experience.

Chip Eng Seng expands education business into China, invests 100m yuan in software firm

CONSTRUCTION and property group Chip Eng Seng is planning to expand its education business into China with an investment of up to 100 million yuan in Guangzhou Yuanda Information Development, an education software business.

Chip Eng Seng to expand education business into China, invests 100 million yuan in education software firm

CONSTRUCTION and property group Chip Eng Seng is planning to expand its education business into China with an investment of up to 100 million yuan in Guangzhou Yuanda Information Development, an education software business.

Contractors' body sets four targets to transform industry

THE Singapore Contractors Association Ltd (SCAL) has unveiled four key targets for itself, in line with the Construction Industry Transformation Map (ITM).

Keppel Capital unit, Allianz Real Estate buy office building in Shanghai for US$48m

KEPPEL Capital, through a fund managed by its subsidiary Alpha Investment Partners, has partnered Allianz Real Estate and another co-investor to acquire a prime office building in Shanghai for about US$48 million.

Viva Industrial Trust Management secures S$100m loan

VIVA Industrial Trust Management has been granted a six-month unsecured loan facility of S$100 million from HSBC.

Keppel Capital unit, Allianz Real Estate acquires office building in Shanghai for US$48m

KEPPEL Capital, through a fund managed by its subsidiary Alpha Investment Partners, has partnered with Allianz Real Estate and another co-investor to acquire a prime office building in Shanghai for about US$48 million.
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