Conference promotes Vietnam-Singapore trade partnership

In his speech at the event, Vietnamese Ambassador to Singapore Nguyen Tien Minh highlighted the significance the conference and the presence of Vietnam’s SMEs at the event, saying this shows the businesses’ dynamism to look for business and investment ... ( read original story ...)

6 financial planning tips for women

Dr Zhang Weina, a senior lecturer at the National University of Singapore Business School's department of finance, said women need to start financial planning as soon as possible. The reasons are compelling: the rising cost of living, the risk of being ... ( read original story ...)

Ex-DBS trader convicted in Singapore’s first spoofing case

SINGAPORE: A former trader at DBS Group Holdings Ltd’s brokerage unit on Friday was convicted by a Singapore court for spoofing the securities market in the city’s first such criminal case. Dennis Tey Thean Yang, 33, pleaded guilty to eight of the 23 ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore’s £10bn tilt at Amazon landlord

Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund is considering making a £10.6bn takeover bid for Logicor, one of Amazon’s biggest landlords. In a move that would disrupt a planned float of the business, GIC and other state-backed investors including China ... ( read original story ...)

SIA innovates to stay ahead

Airline passengers today are more demanding and vocal about what they want—and that’s something that excites Singapore Airlines (SIA ... new aircraft we’ll have new first-class suites, new business class—and we just enhanced that five years ... ( read original story ...)

ONGC arm OPal starts exports from Dahej plant to Singapore

VADODARA: ONGC Petro Additions (OPaL) has begun exports to Singapore and intends to float a tender soon for exporting more products to other countries. The first consignment of butadiene was shipped to Singapore, and the company wants to export more ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore keeps in place Fukushima food import curbs

TOKYO: Singapore is keeping in place curbs on food imports from Fukushima, which six years ago on Saturday (March 11) was hit by an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) said. This is despite ... ( read original story ...)