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THE mobile wallet, which is slated to be launched as soon as early 2019, will allow Grab customers to pay for transport and delivery services, transfer funds, purchase products and services online, and make QR-code payments in restaurants and shops across Thailand.
THE platform designed by ICHX Tech - a company incubated by Singapore investment firm ICH Group - aims to provide fast time-to-issuance and a high level of transparency for users.
COE for cars up to 1,600cc and 130bhp closed at $28,199, up from $25,556 three weeks ago. COE for cars above 1,600cc or 130bhp finished at $32,302, up from $31,302.
THREE-room flats and five-room units saw a price increase of 0.8 per cent and 1.5 per cent respectively, while prices of four-roomers and executive flats fell 0.7 per cent and 2.2 per cent respectively.
PROPERTY developer UOL Group said on Thursday that it is currently in preliminary confidential discussions with a party on the possible acquisition of an office building in Sydney, Australia. It clarified this after an Australian Financial Review article reported on the acquisition.
- Singtel Q2 profit plunges 77% to S$667m on absence of year-ago exceptional gain
- Ezion Holdings Q3 loss widens to US$20.9m
- SIA Engineering Q2 profit slips, operating environment remains "challenging"
- Yoma Strategic Q2 profit up more than 7 times to S$26.2m on property business growth
- Memories Group Q2 loss widens to US$1.7m on administrative expenses, cost of sales
The STI today
SINGAPORE stocks ended higher on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index moving up 0.91 per cent or 27.88 points to 3,093.24.