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FEC Properties, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong-listed Far East Consortium International, has secured a collective sale site in Singapore's Holland Road in District 10 for S$183.38 million.

 

FEC Properties takes Hollandia in collective sale for S$183.4m
FEC Properties, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong-listed Far East Consortium International, has secured a collective sale site in Singapore's Holland Road in District 10 for S$183.38 million.


Frasers Property's Thai unit prices 3 more debenture offerings totalling up to 5b baht
FRASERS Property said on Friday that its subsidiary, Frasers Property Holdings (Thailand), is making three more offerings under its 25 billion-Thai baht (S$1.05 billion) debenture programme, which are expected to be issued on March 7.


Swissco group's Hong Kong units placed under voluntary liquidation
THE judicial managers of Swissco Holdings said on Friday that four of the rig and vessel chartering group's Hong Kong units have been placed under creditors' voluntary liquidation there.

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Jetstar CEO says will have to shift flights to cope with Changi Airport fee hike
The CEO of Qantas Airways' budget arm Jetstar, Gareth Evans, said on Friday he was disappointed with the increase in passenger fees using Singapore's Changi Airport, and the impact on passenger demand would mean it will have to "shift flights around".


Ipco fires CFO on account of 'misconduct'
MAINBOARD-LISTED construction and turnkey project company Ipco International has dismissed its chief financial officer, Carlson Clark Smith, 63, on several grounds of "misconduct", effective Feb 27.


Parliament: New remedial measures proposed for lawyers disciplined for minor lapses
Lawyers who commit relatively minor breaches of professional conduct may now be sent for specified training or counselling, adding to the available measures that can be used to discipline errant members of the profession.


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The STI today

Singapore shares close nearly 1% down
SHARE prices in the Singapore bourse fell on Friday, alongside other regional markets, with the key Straits Times Index shedding 34.65 points or nearly 1 per cent to finish at 3,479.2.