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Malaysia: Avoiding risks when dealing with neighbour

Singapore businesses tend to keep their heads below the parapet when dealing with their closest neighbour.

Indonesia: Some turn a blind eye to get things done

Singapore companies operating in Indonesia often face a dilemma amid a culture of corruption in many of the country's outlying regions, where giving bribes is considered a norm. Avoiding it means...

India, Singapore can clone India's digital miracle in Asean: envoy

DIGITAL power is doing a lot of good for India - improving government services, empowering the weak and marginalised, connecting people to more productive work, firing up the entrepreneurial...

Memories Group surges 30% on first trading day

MEMORIES Group, formerly known as SHC Capital Asia, began trading on the Singapore bourse at 28.5 Singapore cents on Friday after completing a placement to meet public-float requirements.

4 electronics firms fined record $19.5m for price fixing

Four electronics firms were fined a record total of $19.5 million by the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) yesterday for fixing the price of electrical components.

India, Singapore can clone India's digital miracle in Asean: India High Commissioner

INDIA'S High Commissioner to Singapore, Jawed Ashraf, said on Friday that India and Singapore can partner to replicate the digital transformation that's changing India for the better in Asean.

Five electronics manufacturers engaged in price fixing; four fined record $19.5 million

SINGAPORE - Five electronics manufacturers which engaged in price fixing and other cartel activity were fined a total of $19.5 million on Friday (Jan 5) - the highest issued by the Competition...

Memories Group begins trading on SGX at S$0.285 after reverse takeover of SHC

MEMORIES Group, formerly known as SHC Capital, began trading on the Singapore bourse at 28.5 Singapore cents on Friday after completing a placement to meet public-float requirements.

Singapore needs to do more to remain as startups' top gateway to Southeast Asia

SINGAPORE in 2017 cemented its place as a key player on the global startup map, having emerged as the preferred gateway to South-east Asia, a base from which global startups and investors venture...

China a good place for Singapore's tech startups, says IE Singapore

CHINA may lack the reputation of being a welcoming destination for global startups, but IE Singapore, the government agency that partners Singapore companies in going global, has suggested that it...

 

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