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THE labour movement is piloting an initiative to match soon-to-be-displaced white-collared workers with new jobs in a bid to reduce the duration of unemployment.
DESPITE an earlier Chinese New Year holiday, industrial production rose by 3.4 per cent year on year, confounding the expectations of a 5.8 per cent drop from economists in a Bloomberg poll.
THESE measures include financial relief packages and digital initiatives for companies to fast-track their digital adoption to carry out transactions online instead of relying on physical processes.
BOARD members and senior management will take a 5 per cent to 15 per cent reduction in their board fee and base salary, with effect from April 1.
THIS is due to insufficient evidence of a criminal offence committed in Singapore, the provider of waste gas treatment systems disclosed in a regulatory update on Wednesday.
- First Resources Q4 earnings climb 84.6% on higher production, sales volumes
- City Developments' Q4 profit up 12.5% to S$87.7m
- CapitaLand Q4 profit almost doubles; buys UK business park for £126.7m
- Fragrance's fiscal 2019 profit tumbles 70.1% to S$79.9m
- AEM's Q4 earnings nearly quadruple on new orders
- BHG Retail Reit's Q4 DPU slips 14.7% to 0.93 S cent
- CAO posts 13.2% rise in Q4 profit to US$21.2m
The STI today
THE Straits Times Index (STI) closed 40.72 points or 1.3 per cent lower at 3,117.52.