Singapore's September non-oil exports continue falling streak with 8.1% drop

SINGAPORE’S non-oil domestic exports (NODX) continued to fall in September, mainly due to lower exports to Europe, the United States and Japan, but showed a slight improvement over August and the five months of double-digit declines before that.

S-E Asia a 'goldmine of untapped opportunity': Grab co-founder

EVEN though South-east Asia remains underserved, solutions that are "copy and paste" from developed markets would not work well here, ride-hailing giant Grab's co-founder Tan Hooi Ling said.

South-east Asia a 'goldmine of untapped opportunity', says Grab co-founder

EVEN though South-east Asia remains underserved, solutions that are "copy and paste" from developed markets would not work well here, ride-hailing giant Grab’s co-founder Tan Hooi Ling said.

Singapore Shipping Association building e-registry based on blockchain

A BLOCKCHAIN-BASED ship registration preparation system for international adoption is in the works, with hopes that it could reduce time, costs and the incidence of error and fraud in the ship registration process.

Singapore Shipping Association builds blockchain-based e-registry

A BLOCKCHAIN-BASED ship registration preparation system for international adoption is in the works, with hopes that it could reduce time, costs and the incidence of error and fraud in the ship-registration process.

Easier passage to India - via Bangalore - for Singapore startups

SINGAPORE'S technology startups can now get access to India's growing innovation ecosystem through the Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) network, which has expanded into Bangalore.

Singapore startups get access to India tech ecosystem with Global Innovation Alliance

SINGAPORE'S technology startups can now get access to India's growing innovation ecosystem through the Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) network, which has expanded into Bangalore.

Singapore retail sales fall for 7th straight month in August

SINGAPORE'S retail sales have fallen for the seventh consecutive month in August, compared to a year ago, on the back of poor motor vehicle sales.

Uncertainty causes more damage than tariffs: economist

INSTEAD of a recession, the world economy is headed for a prolonged period of sluggish growth until at least the end of 2020, a senior economist has suggested, as the climate of uncertainty is causing companies to delay investment.

SkillsFuture partners IBM to train 2,500 on AI skills

SKILLSFUTURE Singapore (SSG) and IBM Singapore will train 2,500 Singaporeans in artificial intelligence (AI) skills within the next three years in a bid to help them apply AI in areas such as human resource, supply chain management and media.

SkillsFuture partners IBM to train 2,500 Singaporeans on AI skills

SKILLSFUTURE Singapore (SSG) and IBM Singapore will train 2,500 Singaporeans in artificial intelligence (AI) skills within the next three years, in a bid to help them apply AI in areas such as human resource, supply chain management and media.

Rethink future of shipping with Tuas Port: PM

TUAS Port is set to be the world's single largest fully automated terminal when completed in 2040, handling almost twice as much cargo by then.

Tuas Port allows opportunity to rethink shipping: PM Lee

MOVING Singapore’s port operations to Tuas Port goes beyond just having a larger terminal, but offers an opportunity to rethink the future of shipping, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said.

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Medtech offers booster shot for Singapore's biomed

IT'S been a tough year for the manufacturing sector, but the medical technology sub-sector has had a standout performance so far and is expected to continue to do well on the back of growing demand for high-tech medical equipment in Asia and opportunities brought on by digitalisation.

Facilities management industry mulls over climate change

SOME 10,000 visitors are expected at a three-day series of conferences for the architecture and building-services sector, at which climate change and sustainability in built environments are set to be key topics of discussion.

Facilities management industry mulls over climate change challenges

SOME 10,000 visitors are expected at a three-day architecture and building services conference series, where climate change and sustainability in the built environment are set to be key topics of discussion.

Thomas Cook's closure could foreshadow more travel agency failures

THE massive collapse of global travel group Thomas Cook could just be the beginning of more failures to come, as economic uncertainty exacerbates the ongoing disruption in the travel industry, industry watchers said.

SPH launches China-focused English e-magazine ThinkChina

THE ongoing tensions between the United States and China are not just about trade, but also global influence and China's place in the new international order, according to a senior minister; and how the story unfolds will have enormous implications for Singapore and the rest of the world.

SPH unveils China-focused English e-magazine ThinkChina

THE ongoing tensions between the US and China are not just about trade, but about global influence and China’s place in the new international order, Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security Teo Chee Hean said.

Singapore headline inflation edges up to 0.5% in August; core inflation stays flat

SINGAPORE's headline inflation edged up slightly in August reversing from a dip July, while core inflation remained flat, according to statistics released by the authorities Monday.

1st phase of Sentosa-Brani Master Plan to be completed by 2022

CONSTRUCTION will start by year-end on the long-awaited redevelopment of resort island Sentosa and nearby Pulau Brani, in a blueprint unveiled by national planners on Friday.

Phase 1 of Sentosa-Brani Master Plan to be completed in 2022

THE first phase of a decades-long master plan to transform Sentosa and Pulau Brani into a "game-changing leisure and tourism destination" will be completed in 2022 to the tune of S$90 million, but it will also result in the demolition of the iconic Sentosa Merlion, Sentosa Development...

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HK turmoil: SGX-listed hospitality, retail, F&B firms to feel bigger impact

A NUMBER of Singapore-listed companies may start to see the impact of Hong Kong protests showing up in their bottomlines in their next quarterly earnings release, with those in the hospitality, retail and F&B sectors to suffer a bigger hit, say analysts.

Protests have hurt HK's reputation, AmCham poll finds

THE majority of businesses polled in a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (AmCham) say the ongoing protests in Hong Kong have tarnished the city's business reputation, and coloured their decision on future investments there.

Businesses say protests hurt Hong Kong’s reputation, affected investment decisions: poll

THE majority of businesses polled in a survey believe the ongoing protests in Hong Kong have tarnished the city’s business reputation, and this has also affected their decision in future investments there, according to findings by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (AmCham).