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City Developments' executive chairman Kwek Leng Beng once more called for the government to ease land-banking measures for property developers, even as residential prices seem to recovering.

Private condo resale prices fall 0.5% in July on 10% drop in volume: SRX

Resale prices of private condominiums and apartments fell 0.5 per cent in July, after rising 0.7 per cent in June, SRX Property data showed on Tuesday.

Singapore government tops global list for use of ICT to improve services: Waseda-IAC survey

The Singapore government has topped a global list for the third consecutive year in 2017 for its use of information and communication technology (ICT) to improve the quality of services provided, a study by the Waseda University Institute of e-Government revealed on Tuesday.

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Sultan of Johor questions design of Singapore-Johor Rapid Transit System

The Sultan of Johor has voiced his reservations on the proposed design of the Rapid Transit System (RTS) rail track linking Singapore and Johor Baru in Malaysia.

SMRT to start bus services at Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub on Sept 4

The Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub (BPITH) - the first Integrated Transport Hub run by SMRT Buses - will begin serving passengers on Sept 4, 2017.

Penny crash case: Court rejects Soh's bid to obtain prosecution's documents

The man accused of masterminding the 2013 penny stock crash has failed to obtain documents from prosecutors that he said could support his bail application after a High Court judge rejected his application on Tuesday.

Broker's take: UOB Kay Hian issues 'buy' call on Kimly Limited

UOB Kay Hian on Tuesday issued a buy call on coffeeshop operator Kimly Limited (Kimly) with a target price of S$0.46.

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Singapore stocks finish weaker

It was a case of "another day, another all-time high" for the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Monday but this made little impression here on Tuesday, with the Straits Times Index drifting lower for the second consecutive day, this time losing 2.59 points at 3,318.08.