EDITORIAL

TRANSITIONAL offices were an experimental property type minted by the authorities here about a decade ago, to quickly resolve a shortage of office space before the Global Financial Crisis.

COMMENTARY: SINGAPORE PROPERTY

IS the Urban Redevelopment Authority's Wednesday announcement to raise the minimum average unit size for non-landed housing developments Outside the Central Area (OCA) - the second part to the...

EDITORIAL

SINCE the latest property cooling measures took effect on July 6, at least two developers have called off their purchases of residential collective sale sites.

COMMENTARY

RECENT research by the Economist Intelligence Unit has uncovered significant issues in the way multinational firms manage the ethical performance of their supply chains. With less than a third of...

OPINION

ON ANY given day recently, more than US$1.3 trillion in currencies would have been traded in the major Asian financial centres of Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo - much of it before the traditional FX...

TRUMP-KIM SUMMIT: COMMENTARY

KOREA has been the plaything of the Great Powers for the past 130 years. First it was China, Russia and Japan that competed to dominate the fading Joseon dynasty in the 1880-1895 period, then it was...

COMMENTARY

A BLACK SWAN has landed in Malaysia. The newly-minted Pakatan Harapan (PH or Alliance of Hope) has won a majority in the elections and, led by Dr Mahathir Mohamad - the long time and iconic former PM...

[SYDNEY] Has Beijing brought a knife to a trade war gunfight?

THREE months ago, I argued that rising stock markets around the world were a consequence of improving economic conditions, not a sign of "irrational exuberance". Since that commentary was...