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KNOWN as the Green Investments Programme (GIP), MAS will channel funds to public market investment strategies with a strong green focus, and with asset managers who are committed to deepening green finance activities and capabilities in Singapore
THIS multi-currency payments network has the potential to improve cost efficiencies for businesses, said MAS, which led its development.
IN a phased approach to encourage a gradual shift to digital payments, SGQR will be first launched across 27 public hospitals, specialty centres and polyclinics with effect from Monday, DBS said in a media release on Monday.
OCBC Bank customers will be the first in Singapore to be able to link their bank accounts on Google Pay to make peer-to-peer funds transfers via PayNow, in addition to enabling credit cards on the app to make online and in-store payments.
THE District 10 freehold property has a land size of 15,216 square feet (sq ft) and floor size of 6,000 sq ft, which works out to a price of S$1,511.57 per square foot.
- DBS Q3 profit climbs 15% to S$1.6b, beats estimates
- ST Engineering Q3 profit rises 3.4% to S$139.1m
- Asian Pay TV Trust declares 0.3 S cent DPU for Q3
The STI today
THE Straits Times Index (STI) could not shrug off those concerns despite better-than-expected earnings from DBS Group Holdings and ST Engineering to end the day at 3,240.65, down 23.65 points or 0.7 per cent.