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Singapore adds China to 12-country pledge to keep trade open amid virus crisis

SINGAPORE’S biggest trading partner has become the latest country joining a pledge to keep supply chains open during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Luckin probe ends ahead of meeting seeking chairman's ouster

[NEW YORK] Luckin Coffee said an internal investigation into fabricated transactions dating back to April 2019 is drawing to a close ahead of a special meeting that is expected to result in the...

Life science investor Novo Holdings to open Asia office in Singapore

LIFE science investor Novo Holdings on Thursday said it is set to open a Singapore office in August this year, and has appointed Amit Kakar as its head of Asia.

A Waze to show where viruses are, and where they're heading

COVID-19 infection rates are rising in much of the United States. Even if the US can prevent outbreaks in the South and Southwest from worsening during the summer, experience with other...

Foreign investors trust Singapore's government and its support: PM Lee

FOREIGN investors know and trust Singapore's government and its ability to command support, which has kept them confident in the country amid the Covid-19 crisis, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien...

Jobs, social mobility at forefront of live debate

LOWERING unemployment, supporting local businesses and improving social mobility were among the issues tackled by representatives from the People's Action Party (PAP) and three opposition parties...

Koufu to acquire fried food and dough product supplier for S$22m

KOUFU Group has proposed to acquire Deli Asia, Delisnacks, Dough Culture and Dough Heritage for S$22 million.

SIA group mothballs four more planes in Australia, taking total tally to 22

WITH international travel still largely on hold, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) group has stored four more aircraft Down Under, taking the number of planes parked in Australia to 22.

Weathering Covid-19 storm through trust and technology

WE CAN be sure of one thing - there is uncertainty around what the world will be like post-Covid-19, and this is making it difficult to predict the future of the economy.

Singapore firms see more payment delays in Q2; retail and services post highest jumps

PAYMENT delays among firms in Singapore have risen for another quarter, with retail and services posting the highest jumps out of all sectors, amid the economy's coronavirus-induced partial...

 

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