BT EXCLUSIVE

AS gold bulls rush in and push the yellow metal closer to multi-year highs - led largely by the US Federal Reserve's dovish posture - investors seem to have taken a shine to a junior gold miner...

COMMENTARY

GETTING local companies to venture overseas to build the "external wing" of the Singapore economy is nothing new. But ever since internationalisation was proposed as an economic strategy back in...

ASEAN BUSINESS

ONLY 18 per cent of today's goods trade involves exports from low-wage, traditionally Asian countries, into high-wage countries. This figure is not only far smaller than most people assume, but it...

HAVING gone into building integrated developments in addition to condos in the last decade, GuocoLand is starting to think about the next steps for its Singapore business.

GUOCOLAND Singapore has been trying to push the envelope on what an integrated development here could look like.

WILL it be business as usual or a summer of stalemate?

GENERAL practitioner (GP) Dr Jipson Quah sees patients not just at his Woodlands clinic, but on his smartphone as well. When setting up his clinic three months ago, Dr Quah, 31, decided to try out...

PERSPECTIVE

IN their blue blazers and tight haircuts, the ageing men look uncomfortable in the courtroom dock - for good reason: They are accused of harassing employees so relentlessly that workers ended up...

SINGAPORE ECONOMY

SINGAPORE'S economy may have ground to a halt in the second quarter, with gross domestic product (GDP) growth almost nil in flash data.

NEWS ANALYSIS: SINGAPORE ECONOMY

AS Singapore's economy ground to a halt in the second quarter, a recession - technical or otherwise - looks likelier than before, analysts say, while adding that the chance remains low.