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This is expected to generate some 16,000 to 18,000 jobs, in line with 2018's prediction but a step down from 2017.
This is DSO's third joint venture with ST Engineering to date and will see ST Engineering making a planned investment of US$3 million for a 51 per cent stake in the JV company, with the remaining 49 per cent to be held by DSO.
UOB on Thursday said it will launch its digital bank first in Thailand, with the mobile-only bank known as TMRW and the digital bank aims to attract three to five million customers in the next five years.
Mr Lien joins Gojek from the National Research Foundation, where he worked to enhance innovation at companies in Singapore’s research and development ecosystem.
- Singtel Q3 profit down 14.2% to S$822.8m
- First Sponsor Q4 profit up 36.5% to S$58m, in talks to acquire hospitality asset in Germany
- SunMoon Q3 loss widens to S$1.85m
- Amos Group, formerly Gaylin Holdings, widens Q3 loss to S$6.3m
- ISOTeam Q2 earnings slide 29.5% to S$1.3m
- Raffles Education sinks deeper into the red with S$15.2m Q2 loss
The STI today
SINGAPORE stocks closed higher on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index up 0.26 per cent or 8.39 points to 3,253.16.