SINGAPORE entered what might be its deepest - if not longest - recession in the second quarter, as gross domestic product (GDP) plummeted a record 12.6 per cent year on year due to Covid-19...
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SINGAPORE and Malaysia are aiming to restart cross-border travel by Aug 10 for long-term pass holders and essential business and official travellers.
MORE Singapore-incorporated listed firms are receiving tainted audit opinions, a trend which the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (Acra) described as "unhealthy".
CHINA'S exports and imports both jumped in June, confirming a recovery of activity as other countries gradually reopen their economies after months of forced lockdown due to the coronavirus.
THE UK economy expanded much slower than expected in May, underscoring the struggle to recover from the depth of the coronavirus slump.
HUMAN error in its laboratory led to a false diagnosis of a student who was reported as having Covid-19, said Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) on Tuesday.
TWO Progress Singapore Party (PSP) candidates at last Friday's General Election (GE) - Hazel Poa and Leong Mun Wai - say they are looking forward to the opportunity to work together with the...
EMPLOYERS and analysts have joined the labour movement to support Ng Chee Meng, who remains as the leader of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), despite no longer being a Cabinet minister...
BEYOND COVID-19: REPOSITIONING AEROSPACE
AS BUSINESS nosedives in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, aerospace companies here are repositioning themselves for the long, hard road to recovery.
THE interim judicial managers (IJMs) of troubled ZenRock Commodities Trading have unearthed hundreds of "questionable" transactions involving duplicate sales invoices as well as multiple back-to-...
ANALYSTS believe that post-GE2020, some government policies would tilt further to the left, with implications for both the markets and the economy.