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Goods vehicle COE premium falls further

THE commercial vehicle certificate of entitlement (COE) premium continued to fall, but only slightly in Thursday's round of bidding.

Can technology-enabled urban farms be a winner for S'pore?

SINGAPORE needs to deepen its interests in food production, not just consumption, with strategic partners like Australia. One approach to this is redirecting some of its tech, digital strategies...

How the new agricultural land tenders will emphasise productivity

FARMERS on Thursday welcomed news that new agriculture land for food farming in Lim Chu Kang and Sungei Tengah will be released for tender from August this year.

Private sector roped in to spur tech start-ups

Private companies are being roped in to help the Government identify highly promising technopreneurs and tech start-ups that can contribute to Singapore's future growth.

New farm land released to raise food supply, encourage high-tech farming

For the first time in more than two decades, the Government is releasing land for new farms so that more of Singapore's food supply can come from local sources.

Release of land paves way for high-tech farming, but not all farmers keen

For the last 20 years, Mr Alan Toh has been diligently tending to his vegetable farm in Lim Chu Kang because he believes Singaporeans deserve fresh and quality local produce.

36 new plots of farm land spanning 60ha to be up for bidding to boost Singapore's food security; priority given to high-tech farmers

SINGAPORE - In a bid to increase Singapore's food security and boost the efficient use of farm land, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) will tender out 36 new plots of farm land in Lim...

Private sector to help identify and nurture tech start-ups with strong potential

SINGAPORE - The private sector is chipping in to help technopreneurs and start-ups in areas of deep-tech such as artificial intelligence, cyber security and digital health.

The Trendlines Group posts S$1.7m Q1 loss

THE Trendlines Group sank deeper into the red in the first quarter ended March 31 with a S$1.7 million net loss, compared to a net loss of S$770,000 a year ago.

Hatten Land sinks into RM74m Q3 loss on one-off RTO expenses

HATTEN Land reported a net loss of RM74.25 million (S$24 million) for the third quarter ended March 31, from a net profit of RM5.65 million in the year-ago period, dragged down by one-off expenses...

 

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