Singapore to reveals new IP regime in 2017 budget

SINGAPORE: Singapore has announced a new intellectual property regime to encourage companies based in the country to exploit the income derived from their research and development activities. Corporate income derived from intellectual property will be ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore property demand remains ‘very resilient’

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s property demand remains “very resilient,” supported by factors including low interest rates and a stable economy, National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said. “Our economy is still growing, so I think demand is still ... ( read original story ...)

CII signs MoU with SBF, IE Singapore

In a first between the business institutions of India and Singapore, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has entered into a Technology Partnership memorandum of understanding (MoU) with two agencies of Singapore in order to promote expertise for ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore, UK renew bilateral Economic and Business Partnership

SINGAPORE: Singapore and the United Kingdom on Tuesday (Feb 21) renewed the bilateral Economic and Business Partnership (EBP), the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) announced in a news release. This paves the way for greater economic cooperation and ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore unveils bigger 2017/18 budget

SINGAPORE - Singapore presented a bigger budget for the coming year, providing support for the struggling sectors, but keeping a surplus in case global economic conditions worsen and put the city-state's growth at risk. Following up on recommendations by a ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore’s economy expands faster in Q4 2016, grows 2.6%

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s economy expanded faster than expected in the last three months of 2016, growing 2.9 per cent year-on-year, on the back of a late surge in the manufacturing and services sectors. The final economic data for October to December last ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Exports Surge Again as Demand from China Swells

Singapore’s exports rose again in January That makes a third straight month of gains But where the goods are going is as important The Singapore Dollar was steady against an already weaker US counterpart on Friday on news that is home’s export recovery ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore evaluating when, how best to impose carbon pricing

Singapore is set to impose a carbon price as it looks to cut greenhouse emissions to meet its commitments under the Paris Agreement, The Business Times has learnt. The government is now determining the timeline and what form of carbon pricing to take in ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore exports expand for 3rd straight month in January

SINGAPORE: Singapore's exports rose 8.6 per cent in January from a year ago, buoyed by a sharp rise in shipments to China as well as Taiwan and South Korea, official data showed on Friday (Feb 17). On a month-on-month, seasonally adjusted basis, non-oil ... ( read original story ...)