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Hyflux has received a letter from Longview International Holdings expressing its interest in investing in the troubled water treatment firm with a joint venture (JV) partner.

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Another potential Hyflux investor emerges; Utico says will consider 'soft landing'

HYFLUX has received a letter from Longview International Holdings expressing its interest in investing in the troubled water treatment firm with a joint venture (JV) partner.


 

 

 

Prudential offers S$500 cash to those quarantined, defers SME premiums amid outbreak

LIFE insurer Prudential Singapore on Wednesday introduced a S$1.5 million relief package for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and individuals affected by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).


Trendlines' fund makes US$1.6m investment in seed-breeding business

CATALIST-LISTED startup incubator Trendlines Group has formed a new fund to invest in seed-breeding technology firm Equinom. 


Car COEs rebound while others continue to slide

COE for cars up to 1,600cc and 130bhp finished at $32,999, up from $30,010. COE for cars above 1,600cc or 130bhp closed at $32,889, up from $30,890.


Keppel rated triple-A in MSCI ESG ranking

KEPPEL said it is ranked among the top 11 per cent of industrial conglomerates based on ESG criteria in the MSCI All Country World Index, which is MSCI’s flagship global equity index covering more than 3,000 constituents.


Corporate earnings

The STI today

Singapore shares add 0.5% on Wednesday, snapping 4-sessions of losses

The Straits Times Index (STI) was from up from the opening bell, gaining as much as 0.7 per cent up before settling at 3,213.71.