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19 May 21
More than S$90b of trade flows meet green and sustainable requirements in Singapore.
19 May 21
Over 49% of the Singapore workforce is considering leaving their employer in 2021, according to a Microsoft report.
19 May 21
The Ministry of Manpower said Singaporeans would certainly feel the impact of having fewer migrant workers in their daily lives.
19 May 21
The expansion will boost the firm's salesforce to 12,000.
19 May 21
More than 90% of its portfolio was occupied during the pandemic.
19 May 21
Universum surveyed 10,000 students for their top employer of choice.
19 May 21
Other preferred industries include education and banking.
18 May 21
Here’s how the government and private sector plan to help the economy recover from the blows of the COVID-19 pandemic.
18 May 21
Higher export taxes in Indonesia stabbed at the palm oil producer’s profits.
18 May 21
The new nursing home has a 44-bed capacity.
18 May 21
Global business leaders also believe this is crucial in running a successful company.
18 May 21
The World Economic Forum will not push through with its August special annual meeting.
18 May 21
Passenger traffic grew on the back of increased passenger capacity.
18 May 21
Excluding executive condos, 1,262 private homes were sold in April.
18 May 21
The May 26 target date has been further postponed, this time as a result of rising case numbers in Singapore.
17 May 21
However, trade in three key trading partners continued to drag.
17 May 21
Enterprise Singapore reintroduces the Food Delivery Booster and E-Commerce Booster packages to help businesses until June 15.
17 May 21
The telco company is reviewing Amobee, Global Cyber Security Business, and Optus.
17 May 21
Olam International Limited, through a subsidiary, has two years to pay for the acquisition of Olde Thomson.
17 May 21
Here’s what you need to know about the public transportation restrictions during this heightened alert period.
17 May 21
The target company is considered Japan’s largest independent real estate asset management group.
17 May 21
Singapore citizens can use their vouchers until December 31.
17 May 21
Singapore-based Flash Coffee’s has an ambition to create a more affordable coffee break.
14 May 21
The real estate investment trust attributed its stable income to its expansion into four European countries.
14 May 21
A study commissioned by Zoom seems to point in that direction.
14 May 21
Frasers Property reported a net income of $275.8m for the first half of 2021.
14 May 21
The company’s profit was affected by Indonesian government's CPO levy and export tax.
14 May 21
ST Engineering has more pending international projects in commercial aerospace, satellite communications and defence.
14 May 21
Sales at malls owned by Sasseur REIT rebounded one year after they were temporarily closed shop due to the pandemic.
13 May 21
Together, the groups will study the possibility of using liquid cooling technology and solar energy in data centres.
12 May 21
The company now has six data centers in its portfolio.
12 May 21
Rents rose whilst more than 100 condo and HDB units were freed up in April.
12 May 21
Singaporeans are some of Asia's most on guard when it comes to their data online.
12 May 21
The joint venture was formed to capture freighter aircraft demand.
12 May 21
This is in response to the growing demand in Southeast Asia.
11 May 21
The Minister for Communications and Information S Iswaran has said the government is willing to help SPH's media business go non-profit...
11 May 21
Fraser and Neave's net profit was driven by higher beer sales during the pandemic.
11 May 21
Single-premium products grew 85% QoQ in weighted premiums.
11 May 21
The group saw an increase of 44% in its earnings for Q1, 2021.
11 May 21
Singapore is amongst those countries building momentum in the commercial market this year.