Malaysia’s ‘gain’ and Singapore’s ‘loss’

PETALING JAYA: An extensive study by the National University of Singapore’s Business School between 2010 and 2012 showed a significant difference in the spending habits of Singaporeans, between those who lived closer to the Malaysian border and those ... ( read original story ...)

What shopping in Malaysia means for us

Our research at the National University of Singapore Business School involved several data sets. First, we studied credit card transactions from 2010 to 2012 of 24,000 individuals living close to the Singapore-Malaysia border and compared them to the ... ( read original story ...)

Suomi Finland 100 Singapore kicked off

The aim of SF100SG is to strengthen the ties between Singapore and Finland in business, investments, education, travel and culture. Ambassador Paula Parviainen presented the key themes around which the SF100SG programme has been designed: healthcare and ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore gives toughest sentence yet in 1MDB probe

Read full story here. More From Singapore Business Review Singapore yards' contract boom cycle is over: analyst Why a severe dip in home prices is unlikely Sabana REIT to acquire Eunos Avenue property for $20m ( read original story ...)

Singapore prime home rents slid 3.3% in Q3

SINGAPORE: Prime residential rents in Singapore fell by 3.3 percent during the third quarter of 2016, while prime rental performance across the 17 global cities tracked by Knight Frank registered zero percent growth in the year to September. “Despite ... ( read original story ...)