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RESPONDING to a query from The Business Times on whether Singapore will offer virtual bank licences, an MAS spokesman said MAS has been reviewing how digital-only banks with a "non-bank" parentage can offer value, and how potential risks will be managed and contained.
THE Infocomm Media Development Authority launched a public consultation on Tuesday, seeking views on the implementation of 5G regulatory frameworks and policies, ahead of facilitating the planned rollout of Singapore's 5G network by 2020.
FOR the first quarter this year, 628 older flats - that is, those that are more than 40 years old - were sold, constituting 13.9 per cent of total resale transactions.
HIGHER entrance levies haven't stopped rich Singaporeans or those just feeling lucky from flocking to the country's only two casinos.
UNDER a memorandum of understanding with Berlin-based Mobility goes Additive (MgA), signed on Tuesday at the seventh Namic Summit in Singapore, the collaboration will also facilitate tie-ups between AM players on both sides, including companies, institutions and research institutes.
- SingPost sinks to S$75.1m Q4 loss on impairment charges for US units
- Yorkshine Q1 loss widens to US$4m on suspension of business
- CWX Global calls for trading halt after posting Q3 profit on Friday
- Healthway Medical warns of Q1 loss on refurbishment of clinics
The STI today
THE Straits Times Index (STI) reversed some of Monday's 3 per cent slide to close at 3,312.52, up 21.90 points or 0.67 per cent.