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The open electricity market will be extended to all consumers in Singapore, zone by zone, starting from Nov 1, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) announced on Friday.

Singapore's open electricity market to be extended islandwide in phases from Nov 1

THE open electricity market will be extended to all consumers in Singapore, zone by zone, starting from Nov 1, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) announced on Friday.


NTUC Enterprise to buy Kopitiam in move to keep cooked food prices affordable

NTUC Enterprise Co-operative Limited is acquiring homegrown food centre operator Kopitiam Investment and its subsidiaries as part of its social mission to ensure that cooked food remains affordable and accessible to the Singapore community, it announced on Friday.

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Attack on SingHealth network traced back to Aug 2017: COI hearing

SINGHEALTH'S cyber attacker first gained entry into the healthcare group's network as early as August last year by infecting workstations, the four-member Committee of Inquiry (COI) heard on Friday.


Valuetronics resumes production at flooded Guangdong plant

VALUETRONICS Holdings has resumed production at a plant in Guangdong, China and will ramp up operations at the facility gradually, the electronics manufacturing services company announced on Friday during the midday trading break.


Vibrant Group in talks over proposed sale-and-leaseback for its facility

VIBRANT Group's subsidiary, LTH Logistics (Singapore), is currently in exclusive discussions with an international real estate fund about the possible sale and leaseback of its chemical logistics and warehousing facility for over S$220 million.


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Singapore shares close 1.2% higher on Friday

SINGAPORE stocks ended higher on Friday, with the Straits Times Index advancing 37.25 points or 1.2 per cent to 3,217.68.

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