SGX raps Jason Holdings founder and former CEO

THE Singapore Exchange (SGX) on Thursday reprimanded Jason Holdings Limited and its former CEO and director Jason Sim Chon Ang for breaching Catalist rules.

Hafary Holdings' financial controller resigns

HAFARY Holdings announced late on Thursday that its financial controller Wu Pei Cong has resigned with effect from May 31.

Chong Kee Hiong to step down as CEO and executive director of OUE H-Reit's manager

CHONG Kee Hiong will be stepping down as CEO and executive director of OUE Hospitality Reit's (OUE H-Reit) manager and OUE Hospitality Trust's (OUE H-Trust) trustee-manager with effect from July 15 to pursue other professional interests...

MSCI changes to take effect from Friday; 5 SGX stocks affected by revisions

FROM tomorrow, changes in the MSCI will take effect, following mid-year reviews of its equity indexes.

Mapletree Investments' PATMI up 39% to S$1.96b for FY17/18

MAPLETREE Investments announced a profit after tax and minority interests (PATMI) of S$1.96 billion for the financial year ended March 31, up 39 per cent from a year ago.

Courts Asia in the red for Q4, dragged down by Malaysian business

MAINBOARD-LISTED Courts Asia announced on Wednesday that it made a net loss of S$3.02 million for its fourth quarter ended March 31, 2018 on the back of poor business performance in Malaysia, reversing from a profit of S$3.99 million a year ago.

ST Engineering announces rebranding of subsidiaries, corporate brands

ST Engineering announced on Wednesday that it will adopt a single brand approach by harmonising all its corporate brands using "ST Engineering" as a masterbrand, as well as to align its subsidiaries' company legal names to start with "ST Engineering"...

Singapore to gain faster access to India's startup ecosystem

SINGAPORE startups can now gain speedier access to India's bustling startup ecosystem to form partnerships and co-innovate with Indian startups...

UOB launches digital clinics for small businesses

UNITED Overseas Bank (UOB) on Wednesday announced the launch of its monthly digital clinics targeted at small businesses to take the first step towards digitalisation.

San Teh's subsidiary ordered by Yunnan court to pay 11.3m yuan to contractor

SAN Teh announced on Wednesday that its subsidiary Dali San Teh Xing Real Estate has been ordered by the Yunnan court to pay approximately 11.3 million yuan (S$2.3 million) to its main contractor for the return of security deposit of eight million yuan and compensation for work stoppage damages of...

Courts Asia in the red for Q4; full-year profit dives 66%

MAINBOARD-LISTED Courts Asia announced on Wednesday it made a net loss of S$3.02 million for its fourth quarter ended March 31, 2018 on the back of poor business performance in Malaysia, reversing from a profit of S$3.99 million a year ago.

UOB launches digital clinics targeted at small businesses

UNITED Overseas Bank (UOB) on Wednesday announced the launch of its monthly digital clinics targeted at small businesses to take the first step towards digitalisation.

ST Engineering to rename corporate brands

ST Engineering announced on Wednesday that it will adopt a single brand approach by harmonising all its corporate brands using "ST Engineering" as a masterbrand, as well as to align its subsidiaries' company legal names to start with "ST Engineering"...

Singapore startups to gain faster access to India's startup ecosystem

SINGAPORE startups can now gain faster access to India's bustling startup ecosystem to form partnerships and co-innovate with Indian startups, with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Enterprise Singapore and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Singapore, one of the largest...

High-speed rail loss 'a setback, not knockout blow to Jurong'

THE Ministry of Transport (MOT) issued a statement late on Monday to say that Singapore has yet to receive official word from Malaysia regarding the supposed cancellation of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR).

High-speed rail loss 'a setback, not knockout blow to Jurong'

THE Ministry of Transport (MOT) issued a statement late on Monday to say that Singapore has yet to receive official word from Malaysia regarding the supposed cancellation of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR).

OCBC launches new financial advisory and lifestyle programme targeted at seniors

A NEW financial advisory and lifestyle programme was launched by OCBC Bank on Monday to address issues faced by seniors in the "retirement risk zone", or the period of time of a person's life aged 55 years and onwards...

Hyflux's hearing for court protection application scheduled on June 19

HYFLUX announced late on Monday that a hearing in respect of its application to commence a court-supervised process to reorganise its liabilities and businesses is scheduled on June 19 at 10am in Singapore's High Court...

No word yet from Malaysia about HSR cancellation: S'pore's Transport Ministry

SINGAPORE'S Ministry of Transport (MOT) issued a statement late on Monday that the Republic has yet to receive any official notification from Malaysia regarding the supposed cancellation of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR)...

No word yet from Malaysia about HSR cancellation: Singapore's Transport Ministry

SINGAPORE'S Ministry of Transport (MOT) issued a statement late on Monday that the Republic has yet to receive any official notification from Malaysia regarding the supposed cancellation of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR)...

China Everbright Water signs water treatment agreements for 158m yuan

WATER management company China Everbright Water Limited announced on Monday that it has signed a supplementary agreement with Dezhou Municipal Bureau of Housing and Urban-Rural Development in Shandong Province to implement Dezhou Nanyunhe Waste Water Treatment Project Phase II and secure Nanyunhe...

OCBC launches new financial advisory and lifestyle programme targeted at seniors

A NEW financial advisory and lifestyle programme was launched by OCBC Bank on Monday to address issues faced by seniors in the "retirement risk zone", or the period of time of a person's life aged 55 years onwards...

April factory output surge stumps economists

SINGAPORE'S factory output continued to surge in April, defying expectations that the manufacturing sector will slow down...

Singapore's April factory output up 9.1%; sees expansion across all clusters

SINGAPORE'S factory output increased 9.1 per cent in April, coming in slightly higher than economist expectations of 8 per cent, according to data from the Economic Development Board (EDB) on Friday...
SINGAPORE ECONOMY

Services expand at fastest pace in 3 years, but manufacturing still powers Singapore economy

ALL EYES are now on the services sector, which registered its fastest growth pace in three years, but manufacturing continued to be the key driver of Singapore's economy in the first quarter. ...