Saturday, November 17, 2018

Singapore to Host TPP Talks

Singapore will host the 16th round of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade negotiations. Expectations are high that the grouping is on track to wrap...

Taiwan & Singapore, Close to Signing Free Trade Agreement

After two years of negotiations, Taiwan and Singapore may be close to signing a free trade agreement. Singapore Airlines currently offers only two daily...

Govt must Carefully Manage Housing, Infrastructure Developments

The government is planning to build 700,000 new homes by 2030 to meet the projected increase in population to up to 6.9 million in...

Joint Development Centre in Israel

Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) and Amdocs; a software provider for telecom companies, have opened a development centre in Israel. The development centre is a part...

Tough Times for SMEs

The reality for SMEs is harsh: With rocky times ahead, they have to rethink their operations, consolidate, merge, relocate or even pack up. This is...

Earth Hour for Singapore Public

Firms like IKEA, Philips Lighting and Marina Bay Sands have challenged the Singapore public through the Earth Hour "I will if you will" platform....

Amobee Partners with Four Large Telcos

        PULSE for Publishers, which is Amobee's publisher-side mobile advertising platform, is now fully operational in the region. According to Amobee, PULSE gives these operators...

World Bank Group to Assist Expansion Abroad

Singaporean firms who wish to venture overseas can now have the World Bank Group's full suite of services at their disposal to assist them...

ASME Lashes at WP’s Population Paper

The Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) deems the Workers' Party's “A Dynamic Population for a Sustainable Singapore” as another blow to the...

Sing Dollar Up, But Traders Worry

The Singapore dollar rose slightly on Friday due to stronger-than-expected domestic growth in 2012, but traders were wary about the currency's outlook due to...

Productivity Increase Assistance for SMEs

More than 5,600 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) hit by rising business costs and a tight labour market last year chose to implement measures...

Singapore Career and Education Exhibition 2013

Singapore’s longest running Career and Education Exhibition has established its reputation as the largest and most important education, recruitment and training event. The event...