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ON a seasonally adjusted month-on-month basis, output rose 2.8 per cent in November, pulled up by the biomedical sector - without which growth would have been flat.

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Singapore manufacturing up 7.6% in November, beating estimates

ON a seasonally adjusted month-on-month basis, output rose 2.8 per cent in November, pulled up by the biomedical sector - without which growth would have been flat.


 

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Keppel bags S$300m of marine contracts; Keppel T&T sells stakes in Thai IT firms

KEPPEL O&M's subsidiary Keppel Singmarine has been engaged by Shturman Koshelev LLC to design and construct an ice-class LNG bunker vessel by the fourth quarter of 2020.


Singtel adds ex-Westpac chief Gail Kelly, Google exec Bradley Horowitz to board

SINGTEL has appointed two new board members - former CEO of Westpac Banking Corporation Gail Kelly, and Google’s vice-president of product management Bradley Horowitz - bringing its board of directors to 11 members.


JTC launches last 4 industrial sites under confirmed, reserved lists for 2nd-half year

THE sites for tender comprise a 20-year leasehold, 1.23 hectare parcel at Jalan Papan (Plot 1), which is the last of six confirmed list sites for the second half of 2018 IGLS Programme, and a 30-year, 2.09 ha reserve list plot at Woodlands Avenue 12 whose tender was triggered by a committed bid price of not less than S$36 million.


Pacific Star Development to take full control of Puteri Cove project for S$26m

PSD will face an outlay of S$26 million to buy out Max Treasure Co, the partner in Twin Prosperity Group, which is in turn the holding company of the Puteri Cove project in Malaysia. 


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Singapore shares close 1.3% lower on Wednesday

SINGAPORE stocks ended 1.3 per cent lower on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index retreating 39.91 points to 3,011.15.