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Economists again cut 2016 Singapore growth forecast to 1.4%
THE Singapore economy is projected to expand 1.4 per cent this year, according to private-sector economists polled by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) - marking yet another paring of growth forecasts.
TPG is Singapore's fourth telco
TPG Telecom has emerged as Singapore's fourth telco, with a winning bid of S$105 million in the New Entrant Spectrum Auction (NESA) which concluded on Tuesday.
Build-to-order flat supply to taper in 2017: Minister Wong
SINGAPORE'S Housing & Development Board (HDB) will launch about 17,000 new flats for sale to Singaporeans in 2017, about 5.6 per cent fewer than the 18,000 build-to-order (BTO) flats launched in 2016.
Rents of private homes slip 0.8%, HDB flats down 0.9% in Nov: SRX
THE residential leasing market remained soft last month, with both private home rents and HDB flat rents continuing their downward drift.
Halcyon Agri gets nod to delist GMG Global
SINGAPORE'S bourse operator has given the green light for Halcyon Agri to delist mainboard-listed rubber producer GMG Global.
Keppel Land units in share swaps with Viet real estate company
SUBSIDIARIES of Keppel Land have engaged in a share swap arrangement with a Vietnamese real estate company that will end up with the two of them swapping full ownership of two units.
The STI Today
Singapore shares close flat on Wednesday
AHEAD of a widely expected interest rate hike decision by the United States Federal Reserve, Singapore stocks ended flat on Wednesday with the Straits Times Index retreating 1.17 points to 2,954.06.