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SPF did not identify the individuals or the company in its statement, but said that the 60-year-old man was the company's former chief finance officer while the 34-year-old woman was the former treasury manager.

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Singapore Grand Prix taken off the grid this year

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Singapore electronics firm wins government contract for contact-tracing devices

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Harry Elias parts ways with global legal giant

FOLLOWING a three-year merger, Singapore law firm Harry Elias Partnership and global international law firm Eversheds Sutherland will part ways on June 30, the parties announced on Friday.


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The STI today

STI 0.72% lower for the day, 2.43% down for the week

AS CONCERNS mount over a second wave of the virus and a slow economic recovery in the United States, stock markets went the opposite direction - down.

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