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The Economic Development Board on Thursday reported that Singaporeā€™s manufacturing output increased 14.6 per cent year on year in September.

Singapore's electronics output continues stellar run in September

Singapore's electronics output proved it still has legs as it continued its double-digit expansion in September, pushing overall factory production higher.


Price, rentals of Singapore industrial space continue to moderate in Q3

Prices and rentals of industrial space continued to moderate in tandem with occupancy rates for the third quarter this year, JTC said in its quarterly market report on Thursday.

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ShareInvestor unveils news portal catered for Catalist-listed firms

InvestorsĀ bemoaning the lack of news coverage on Catalist-listed companies can now visit a new "one-stop platform" catered specifically for companies listed on the secondary board.


SIA's refreshed superjumbos to take flight on Singapore-Sydney route

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will debut its new A380 superjumbos on the Singapore-Sydney route on Dec 18, replete with updated cabin designs across four cabin classes.


MAS names new chief cybersecurity officer

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Thursday said it has appointed Tan Yeow Seng as chief cybersecurity officer (CCSO) - a new position in the organisation - as one of three changes to its senior management team.


Yang Kee Logistics to buy New Zealand peer Fliway for S$52.1m

Singapore's Yang Kee Logistics has entered into an agreement to purchase New Zealand-listed logistics firm Fliway Group for S$52.1 million.


Keppel sells stake in Zhongshan waterfront development for 2.9b yuan

Keppel Corp has sold its stake in a China waterfront residential and recreational development for 2.9 billion yuan (S$597.4 million).


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Singapore shares close 0.4% higher

Share prices in the Singapore bourse rose for the second straight day with the benchmark Straits Times Index up 12.37 points or 0.4 per cent at 3,356.25.