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Singapore labour market has 'turned the corner' but risks remain: Josephine Teo

THESE risks include the lack of a major reopening of international borders, the tapering off of government support schemes, and mismatch between jobseekers and employers.

Chan Chun Sing touts Singapore's 'progressive environment' in pitch to Japanese business leaders

SINGAPORE offers businesses "a progressive environment" for capital, talent and intellectual property, Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said on Tuesday, as he rubbished what he called "beggar-thy-neighbour policies" in global trade.

New commercial building in Upper Changi Road North for sale at S$38m

THE three-storey building has a built-up area of 18,986 square feet (sq ft), which works out to about S$2,000 per square foot (psf).

Enviro-Hub forays into glove making with Pastel Glove granted manufacturing licence

THE Ministry of International Trade and Industry Malaysia has granted the Malaysian glove manufacturer approval to produce nitrile medical grade examination gloves and natural rubber medical grade gloves.

Grab co-founder, Trainline ex-CEO to join Wise board

DIGITAL payments fintech Wise, formerly known as Transferwise, on Tuesday announced that it has appointed two new director designates to its board to help with the firm's next stage of growth.

The STI today

Singapore shares finish flat on Tuesday amid modest gains in region

THE Straits Times Index (STI) slipped 0.02 per cent or 0.49 points to finish at 3,105.51.

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