SINGAPORE and half a dozen other regional economies have pledged to keep air, sea and other trade flows open during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Singaporeans can look forward to a possible drop in prices of New Zealand wines, kiwifruit and cans of abalone in the new year as trade relations with the nation continue to improve.
Three East Asian powerhouses brought early cheer to their Christmas Eve summit yesterday, strongly championing the free trade regime that has been hit by global tensions.
The listing of the joint venture firm behind Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) last Friday showed that Singapore and China's first flagship cooperation project has answered the twin challenges issued...
Beijing will lower tariffs on over 850 goods and products coming into the country from Jan 1, including frozen pork, medicine and some high-tech components.
BUSINESS sans Borders (BSB), a cross-border digital trade platform experiment for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), will be ramped up in the first half of next year, having completed its...
SINGAPORE continues to show substantial potential for trade growth, according to new research from Standard Chartered Bank (StanChart).
HOMEGROWN furniture company Koda freed up capacity at its factory in Vietnam to serve new customers, and is looking to start manufacturing in Indonesia or another neighbouring country in the next...
WITH manufacturing caught in the doldrums, Singapore's services sector may seem like a lifeline for optimists hoping for economic growth.