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SECURING jobs, securing investments and securing Singapore's supply lines are the major challenges in the coming months amid the Covid-19 crisis, said political office-holders from the People's Action Party (PAP) in a press conference on Wednesday morning, the final day of campaigning before Polling Day on July 10.
IF there's one thing the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) chairman could change, he would hold a debate with the incumbent People's Action Party (PAP), Dr Tambyah said during a visit to Bukit Panjang on the final day of a nine-day campaign.
A SOUTH Korean startup centre - the first in South-east Asia - was officially opened in Singapore on Wednesday, with its first programme focused on fintech and cybersecurity.
WITH its Singapore expansion, Interactive Brokers can now offer Singapore stocks to investors in the country and directly market its offerings, which include the ability to invest globally in stocks, options, futures, currencies, bonds and funds from a single integrated investment account.
GS HOLDINGS has responded to queries from the Singapore Exchange (SGX) about the sale of its subsidiaries for S$2, saying that the subsidiaries' assets comprised human resource and accounting software which would be difficult to sell to different parties separately.
MAINBOARD-LISTED China Taisan has been on SGX's watch list since June 5, 2017, its shares have been suspended from trading since June 2018 and it has been under judicial management since August 2018.
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SINGAPORE shares eked out modest gains on Wednesday against a mixed showing by regional peers, with the key Straits Times Index inching up 8.07 points or 0.3 per cent to finish at 2,669.49.