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ECONOMISTS are not expecting the gloom to lift visibly in the near future as new tariffs from the US-China trade war take effect and the global tech down-cycle continues.
THE team will add more tech talent including data scientists, risk and operations analysts, and product managers to deal with the "end-to-end" nature of fraudulent activity, said Foo Wui Ngiap, head of trust, identity, safety and information security at Grab.
THE Republic, behind San Francisco and Tokyo, is supported by significant levels of foreign domestic investments, and a rapidly growing startup scene.
EXIT count fell 59 per cent from 2017 and 52 per cent from the five-year average, while exit value fell 72 per cent from the year before to US$5 billion and 48 per cent from the five-year average.
SINGAPORE Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong said on Friday that an order for 31 737 Max jets from Boeing remains "intact", despite deadly crashes involving the aircraft.
- SATS Q4 profit falls 23.7% to S$49.9m on absence of one-off gains
- Yorkshine sinks into the red for Q3 with US$989,000 loss
The STI today
THE local bourse fell 0.77 per cent or 24.80 points to 3,205.46 amid risk-off sentiment.