Singapore second most vegan-friendly city in Asia: PETA

SINGAPORE: Food paradise Singapore is the second most vegan-friendly city in Asia after Taipei, animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) announced on Tuesday (Dec 27). Chiang Mai, Thailand and Makati city in the Philippines ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore stocks end up 0.51 percent

Singapore shares closed 0.51 percent higher on Tuesday, but trading was thin as most major markets were closed. Latest data showed China’s industrial sector profit rose 14.5 percent in November from a year earlier, suggesting the economy there was ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore to tackle bacterial resistance to antibiotics

Singapore is developing a national action plan to tackle the problem of some bacteria becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics. This is even as more Singaporeans reach out to such medication as a quick fix for their ailments. The Ministry of Health ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore ranked second most vegan-friendly city in Asia by PETA

Singapore has earned the second spot on People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (PETA) list of top 10 most vegan-friendly cities in Asia. The animal rights group said that Singapore has a "roaring vegan scene," with a wide range of offerings such as ... ( read original story ...)

Why does Singapore have an external debt of US$1.766 trillion?

Reader Lam Peck Heng wrote in to askST after senior correspondent Goh Eng Yeow answered a question about Singapore's foreign reserves. Mr Lam asked, citing information from a Wikipedia article: "Can you explain to your readers why Singapore had an external ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Economy to Face Strong Challenges in 2017

The Singaporean economy is slowing much faster than anticipated. The latest forecast by the Ministry of Trade and Industry Singapore (MTI) projects 2016 Singapore GDP growth at 1.0-1.5 per cent — the slowest since the 2009 fallout from the Global ... ( read original story ...)