MORE than 20 trade associations are set to collaborate more closely in the national push to grow companies and help them venture overseas, with the launch of the new Trade Association Hub in Jurong...

THERE'S no need for MyRepublic to ask who's on the other end of the line this time: The telecommunications company has picked up a lead investor in its latest funding round...

RESIDENTS and workers in three new towns will be the first in Singapore to ride driverless buses for their daily commute from 2022.

Singapore's spending needs are growing. But the economy is maturing and growth is slowing, alongside an ageing population and growing infrastructure needs...

COMMENTARY

FINANCING is the lifeblood of commodity traders - as investors would have observed from Noble Group's struggle to return to profitability amid constrained access to financing facilities...

HONG KONG'S benchmark equity gauge rose above the 30,000 level for the first time in a decade as energy producers and Chinese developers climbed...

LATEST US DATA

NEW orders for key US-made capital goods unexpectedly fell in October after three straight months of hefty gains, but a sustained increase in shipments points to strong momentum in the economy as the...

BT EXCLUSIVE

TRADING in Singapore's US$517-billion-a-day foreign exchange (FX) market is about to get even faster, cheaper and a whole lot more efficient. ...

MANUFACTURING firm Onn Wah Precision Engineering catapulted straight to the top on its very first attempt at the Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards, proving that the family business has what it takes to...

THE impending hike in Goods and Services Tax (GST) is likely to push up the cost of living here but the impact will depend on the size and timing of the increase, economists say.