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Biomedical manufacturing output recorded robust growth of 25.1 per cent, led by the medical technology (30.8 per cent) and pharmaceuticals (23.1 per cent) segments.

Singapore August factory output up 19.1%, led by electronics, biomedical manufacturing

Singapore's factory output continued its winning streak as it rose 19.1 per cent year on year in August, powered by the still-strong electronics cluster and bolstered by double-digit growth in biomedical manufacturing.

Singapore's assets under management up 7% to hit S$2.7t last year

Singapore continues to be a vibrant and leading international fund management centre, with its assets under management (AUM) expanding last year on the back of a global recovery in the industry.

Singapore rolls out guidelines on dealing with terrorist attacks at the workplace

Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean this morning rolled out guidelines on what to do at the workplace in dealing with terrorist attacks.

Blockchain booster: Singapore eyes commodity fintech firms

Singapore is aiming to position itself as a hub for blockchain development in commodity trading, with start-ups looking to boost access to trade finance and eliminate the opportunity for fraud.

Former Keppel Shipyard senior procurement officer charged with corruption, money laundering

A 61-year-old former senior procurement officer of Keppel Shipyard was brought to court on Tuesday for 395 charges involving corruption and money laundering.

Singapore cryptocurrency firms facing bank account closures

Singapore banks have closed accounts of several companies which specialise in providing cryptocurrency and payments services, according to two local bodies which represent financial-technology firms.

JTC offers 2 industrial sites from confirmed list for sale

JTC has launched the tender to sell two sites under the second half 2017 Industrial Government Land Sales (IGLS) programme to offer more choices for industrial development.

The STI Today

Singapore stocks finish weaker, weighed down by US-N Korean tensions

Trading on Tuesday remained as quiet as it was on Monday, with prices drifting with a downward bias in low volume.

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