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“The only way to stop it is if you were to isolate and shut ourselves out from the world. But I don’t think that’s a tenable situation” – Minister Lawrence Wong, co-chair of the Multi-Ministry Taskforce on Covid-19, on the risk of new spikes in the number

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Indonesia: The giant of Southeast Asia

The republic’s young, 264 million-strong population and burgeoning internet economy make it a behemoth in the region. Yet, it is hampered by a highly complex regulatory landscape and a massive, fragmented domestic market. In the third of our series on S

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The Edge Singapore wins big at SGX awards

SINGAPORE (Aug 26): The Edge Singapore scooped up two awards at the SGX Orb Awards on Aug 21, after receiving five nominations across six categories. 

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Auditing the auditors

When years of clean audits end up costing investors dearly, industry reform is urgently needed.

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3 reasons why investors should look to Vietnam

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Vietnam is the ultimate Southeast Asian success story.

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Cohesion key for societies to thrive, says DPM Heng Swee Keat

SINGAPORE (June 21): Building unity from a diverse society is more important than ever given the current era of “unprecedented levels of global trade, technological advancement and human migration,” says Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.

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Auditing the auditors

When years of clean audits end up costing investors dearly, industry reform is urgently needed.

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Striking the right regulatory balance, building a market that everybody wants

SINGAPORE (June 10): Tan Cheng Han, chairman of Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo), kicked off the SGX Regulatory Symposium 2019 on May 31 with a retelling of the fairy tale of Goldilocks, the little girl who enters the forest home of a family of b

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SINGAPORE (June 3): “MAS does not and cannot use the exchange rate to gain an export advantage or achieve a current account surplus.” — The Monetary Authority of Singapore, responding to the US’ inclusion of Singapore on a watch list for exchange

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MAS says 'does not engage in currency manipulation'

SINGAPORE (May 29): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has said it does not manipulate its currency for export advantage, in response to media queries on the US Treasury Report on Macroeconomic and Foreign Exchange Policies released today.
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