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SINGAPORE and Malaysia have a shared commitment to keep supplies flowing in from across the Causeway - and Singapore's supply chain is resilient enough to withstand any potential disruptions going forward, according to Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing.
THE Competition Appeal Board said that while Singapore has a voluntary notification merger regime, this does not mean that there are no risks to going ahead with a merger before notifying the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore.
DEVELOPERS sold 1,217 new homes in December, up almost 60 per cent over the November figure, data compiled by analysts showed.
THIS amounts to an estimated one billion pieces of nitrile or natural rubber medical grade examination gloves to be produced from May 1 to Dec 31, 2021.
THE Catalist-listed manufacturing service provider is proposing to issue 71.5 million new shares in the company at S$0.33 apiece.
GONZALO Luchetti, who has been running Citi's consumer banking business for Asia-Pacific and EMEA since 2018, will return to the US to head the consumer banking unit from Feb 1.
The STI today
THE benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) ended its two-day losing streak to finish 0.34 points or 0.01 per cent higher at 2,977.51, taking cue from Wall Street’s overnight gains on Tuesday.