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...

WHAT happens to the companies that allow our personal data to be stolen? In most cases, nothing. Sometimes, there is a short-lived flurry of bad publicity, a brief dip in stock prices, a class-action...

THE BOTTOM LINE

JUST when it seemed safe not to worry about the next financial crisis, up pops Italy. In Italy, lavish plans may propel next crisis, warned The New York Times. Or, Italy's budget rattles...

EDITORIAL

OVER the past decade global warming and the impact of climate change have increasingly occupied governments, policymakers and the investment community.

MANY businesses today are scrutinising their operations to figure out how to join the digital transformation revolution, not least here in Singapore, with its Smart Nation initiative. According to a...

COMMENTARY

THE signing of the EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA) - expected to be announced later today - is a panacea for Singapore, and for Asean as a region.

COMMENTARY

HYPERLOOP, autonomous vehicles and ultra long-haul flights are heralded as the future of travel, but rail is quietly undergoing something of a renaissance in Asia-Pacific too.

OPINION

THE recent news of public hospitals engaging agents who bring in foreign patients for a fee came as a shock to many Singaporeans. We applaud the Ministry of Health (MOH) for its directions to public...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

AS much as bankers chirp about the stunning revival of new deals in the Singapore dollar bond market in the second half of the year, the reality for issuers looking to sell riskier corporate debt has...

COMMENTARY

ONE'S a bear and a half while the other's more of a cub...