Amid persistent industry lobbying for the lifting of property cooling measures, the government has reiterated its view that it remains premature to do so. The Real Estate Developers'...

SINGAPORE POLITICS

THE year which has just passed will go down in history as the one when the People's Action Party (PAP) stamped its dominance in Singa- pore's political scene anew with some gusto....

INCREASED vacancy rates amid an oversupply of executive condominium units (ECs) is reviving debate in property circles about the relevance of the public-private housing type today.

REVIEW 2015

IT has been a busy 2015 for hotelier and restaurateur Loh Lik Peng.

review 2015

AS another year ends on the golfing calendar, it's time to look back and revisit some of the events which made news in the golfing world. It's also a good opportunity to feature one or...

REVIEW 2015

SINGAPORE'S pro-business environment has been recognised around the world by entrepreneurs, putting it consistently in the top spots when it comes to places to set up shop. But data suggests...

REVIEW 2015

ENFORCEMENT will dominate the regulatory limelight for Singapore's capital markets and listed companies in 2016 even as the rules continue to evolve, lawyers say....

REVIEW 2015

SO how much tangible good resonated from the year-long festivities celebrating Singapore's 50th year of independence?...

REVIEW 2015

THE stricter tone of compliance will keep the financial sector on its toes in 2016, with the latest guidance paper from the regulator on anti-money laundering actions taken by banks highlighting...

REVIEW 2015

AS THE world moves into an era of connected devices, big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT), more data is being produced in a year than in all of human history. Some estimates...