The World Cup, the globe's largest football tournament kicks off tonight (11pm Singapore time) at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, which will also play host to the World Cup final on July 15. The...

RETAIL sales continued its lacklustre streak in April, ticking up marginally by 0.4 per cent compared to a year ago, dragged down by a sharp dip in computer and telecommunications equipment.

The probe into the 2013 collapse of Blumont Group, Asiasons Capital and LionGold Corp (BAL) will finally proceed to trial almost five years after the historic crash. Described as Singapore’s largest...

Manufacturing activity in Singapore dialled back a notch in May, in line with economist expectations that the sector's growth pace will gradually ease from last year's highs, according to...

SINGAPORE'S service sector had a strong start to the year, with business receipts up 8.5 per cent in the first three months of 2018 compared to the same period a year earlier, according to...

Inflation in Singapore eased more than expected in April, with the main drags coming from lower accommodation costs as well as private transport costs. The consumer price index - the main measure of...

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Who: 129 leaders and business owners from various industry sectors Polled via an online survey (March 19 to April 22, 2018)

SLIDING car sales as well as a decline in sales of mobile devices weighed on Singapore’s retail numbers in March.

Singapore netted S$8.7 billion from 27 residential and 3 industrial and commercial collective sale sites in 2017, and the frenzy continues into this year with an estimated S$5.83 billion from 17...

SINGAPORE'S manufacturing sector saw its 20th straight month of expansion in April, though the rate of growth has steadied over the last six months, according to figures out yesterday. April...

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