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Singapore to release S$1.5b support package as energy prices stay high

SINGAPORE is committing S$1.5 billion on inflation relief for businesses and households, as global prices climb faster than earlier projected and are likely to stay high.


About 1 in 5 Singaporeans expect a 6-year delay in retirement: Prudential

ONE in 5 Singaporeans foresee a delay in retirement by 6 years to age 64, according to a Prudential survey released on Tuesday (Jun 21).


Circular economy solutions can break cycle of escalating waste: Low Yen Ling

WITH rising global demand for food supplies and fast-depleting resources being issues at play, clever circular economy solutions have the potential to break the cycle of escalating waste, said Low Yen Ling, Minister of State for Trade and Industry (MTI) on Tuesday (Jun 21).


High Point condo tender closing date confirmed after interest picks up

FREEHOLD condominium High Point in the prime Orchard Road area will close its en bloc tender on Jul 28 after the interest level in "super prime residential sites" picked up, said sole marketing agent, Savills.


In Malaysia, a big push towards going fully cashless

MORE Malaysians are relying less on using cash these days and turning more towards contactless payment options such as e-wallets for their daily spending.


The STI today

Singapore stocks rise, tracking broad rally in Asian equities; STI up 0.7%

SINGAPORE shares rose on Tuesday (Jun 21), along with other major Asian indices.

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