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SINGAPORE'S exports ended 2018 on a weak note with non-oil domestic exports (NODX) falling for the second straight month in December, dashing economists' expectations of a 2 per cent rebound, according to Enterprise Singapore figures on Thursday.

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Singapore non-oil exports down 8.5% in December, confounding rebound expectations

SINGAPORE'S exports ended 2018 on a weak note with non-oil domestic exports (NODX) falling for the second straight month in December, dashing economists' expectations of a 2 per cent rebound, according to Enterprise Singapore figures on Thursday.


 

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Funding for tech tools tops Budget wish list of Singapore firms: SBF poll

MORE than three-fifths of firms polled said that support to get new, critical technologies was top of their wish list for the Singapore Budget 2019.


CenturyLink opens its first S-E Asia security operations centre in Singapore

WITH the facility, the company aims to offer its enterprise customers in the region a greater ability to predict, protect and respond to internal and external threats through CenturyLink’s network-based security solutions.


Freehold commercial building in Serangoon Road re-launched for sale at reduced price

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Nets launches fastest, same-day cash settlement for hawkers in Singapore

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Singapore stocks close 0.5% lower on Thursday

SINGAPORE stocks closed lower on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index down 0.5 per cent or 14.67 points to 3,214.44.