TEE International narrowed its losses for its second quarter ended Nov 30, 2018, it said on Friday. Net losses fell to S$1.9 million, from S$5.2 million in the year-ago period.

TEE International on Monday said that it is currently undertaking a strategic review in relation to its subsidiary, Tee Land, to "evaluate opportunities and positioning" to maximise...

TEE International on Monday said that it is currently undertaking a strategic review in relation to its subsidiary, Tee Land, to "evaluate opportunities and positioning" to maximise...

The following companies saw new developments which may affect trading of their shares on Monday:

TEE Land has decided against exercising its option to purchase Teck Guan Ville in what was to have been a S$60 million collective sale.

CITING the latest round of cooling measures, Tee Land has decided not to exercise its option to purchase Teck Guan Ville in what was originally a S$60 million collective sale.

TEE Land is purchasing Teck Guan Ville condo in Upper East Coast Road in a collective sale worth S$60 million. 

ENGINEERING and real estate group TEE International saw net profit double to S$374,000 in its fiscal third quarter, while its listed property arm, TEE Land, said net profit swelled to S$1.2 million...