Singapore business cyber confidence is probably cyber delusion

"Singapore companies are confident of their ability to detect a sophisticated cyber attack," read an enthusiastic press release earlier this month. "80 percent of the Singapore respondents share that sentiment, surpassing the global average of 50 percent. ( read original story ...)

Singapore customs seizes non-duty paid cigarettes

SINGAPORE: Customs officers made the largest haul of contraband cigarettes in two different operations. According to details, more than 25,000 cartons of duty unpaid cigarettes were seized in the two operations, Singapore Customs said. A raid at a ... ( read original story ...)

POP: Singapore Airlines Business Class A350-900 MAN-IAH

Let’s be honest. Sometimes you don’t want to read a whole review. So we’ve created a new series called POP: Pictures Only Post. Posts in this series will feature the product, minimal description, and focus on 5-10 Pics. A more detailed review will ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore the 7th least corrupt country in the world

However, it's score of 84 points was one lower than last year, according to Transparency International's report, which draws on a mix of business and government sources for its rankings. Singapore was also the only Asian state to make the top ten of least ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore turns to other regional trade deals as TPP crumbles

Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) struck a different tone on Tuesday. Its spokesman, in response to queries from The Business Times, said: "The US has indicated that it will pull out of the TPP agreement. Without the participation of the US ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore stocks need a dose of optimism

Expectations were low for Singapore stocks as 2017 began, which could present opportunities if circumstances and sentiment improve, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) said on Monday. Earnings multiples, fund flows and weak Asian currencies against the US dollar ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore, Cambodia Say Sand Exports Have Stopped

The controversial exporting of Cambodian sand to Singapore has finally—if temporarily—been stopped, according to officials from the two countries, amid long-running criticism over discrepancies in shipment records and environmental damage. A Singapore ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore State Court impose fine $1.4m on non-duty paid import

SINGAPORE: A company director was sentenced by the State Courts to a fine of $1,400,000 or in default 18 months’ imprisonment for importing duty-unpaid soju. According to details, a Singaporean David So pleaded guilty to four charges of importing duty ... ( read original story ...)

Strict rules in place for import of sand: Government

In fact, Singapore has ceased importing sand from its neighbour since last November, in compliance with a ban on all sand exports by the Cambodian government, he added. This superseded a May 2009 partial ban on certain types of sand. The MND statement ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Airlines looks to expand outside Manila

A lot of people come to Manila on business, so you don’t want them to travel a very long distance,” he said. While Singapore Airlines would want to expand operations in Manila by adding a fifth daily flight, the carrier is constrained, given congestion ... ( read original story ...)