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Daily Debrief: What Happened Today
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) launched a Request for Proposal on Monday, inviting multi-disciplinary teams to develop master plan proposals for Singapore's Jurong Lake District.
The new Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill will set out the law on contempt of court in statutory form, to provide greater clarity and certainty, the Ministry of Law said on Monday.
As cities urbanise, they cannot neglect social inclusivity. Urbanisation - and globalisation in the broader picture - have to benefit ordinary people across all age groups.
DBS has been named the world's best digital bank by Euromoney magazine, the bank on Monday said, beating contenders such as Citi and ING for the prize.
These new partnerships will enable HDB to tap the expertise of the private industry partners, both locally and internationally, to better plan and design its HDB towns and built environment, it said.
Singapore-listed CEFC International's oil trading team resigned over the weekend, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
The STI Today
There were no real surprises in Monday's session as the Straits Times Index jumped 29.1 points or 1.02 per cent to 2,876.14 in response to Wall Street's Friday rally that took its major indices close to their all-time highs.