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THE counter was up S$0.68 or 12.5 per cent at S$6.08 at the end of the trading day. It went into the midday trading break up S$0.45 or 8.33 per cent at S$5.85, after touching an intra-day high of S$5.92 at 11.29am.
FRENCH gas utility Engie SA said on Monday it will relocate its Asia-Pacific headquarters to Singapore from Thailand's capital Bangkok next year and plans to more than double its workforce in the region over the next decade.
SP's chief digital officer Samuel Tan said this new platform that is backed by the blockchain technology enables companies to trade RECs “conveniently, seamlessly and securely”.
The Smart Grid Index (SGI) thus far covers seven key aspects of an electricity grid: supply reliability; monitoring and control; data analytics; integration of distributed energy resources (DER); green energy; security; and customer empowerment and satisfaction.
GO-JEK on Monday launched a "GOJEK" portal for Singapore drivers to pre-register to use its platform - evidence that the Jakarta-based startup will soon arrive in the Republic and offer long-awaited competition to the ride-hailing market, which is dominated by Singapore-based Grab.
The bungalows under Colliers' care range in land area from 800 to 13,200 square metres and are located at various exclusive residential neighbourhoods including Adam Drive, Holland Road, King Albert Park, Tanglin Road and Watten Estate Road.
- Great Eastern's Q3 profit falls 26%
- Raffles Medical Q3 profit up marginally to S$16.41m
- Micro-Mechanics Q1 profit down 12.9% to S$4.5m
The STI today
SINGAPORE shares closed higher on Monday, with the Straits Times Index up 0.3 per cent or 9.52 points to 2,981.54.