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Li Ka-shing’s new deal is latest effort to prop up CK Asset share price - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Li Ka-shing's new deal is latest effort to prop up CK Asset share price

Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing and his eldest son are stepping up efforts to boost the stock of family business CK Asset.

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Keppel investors flee stocks, bonds after failed Temasek deal

Shares of Keppel Corp. sank the most since November 2008 after a unit of Singapore state-backed investor Temasek Holdings scrapped its bid to take control of the oil-rig builder.

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Infrastructure projects a way to boost business activity and employment : Indranee

“Growing economies need reliable infrastructure to carry out essential functions even when assailed by external challenges. Infrastructure can reinvigorate business activity and employment as we speak to reopen our economies gradually,” said Indranee

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Singapore to share its expertise in infrastructure development

SINGAPORE (Oct 28): Newly independent Singapore found itself in a fix when it wanted to take the next step up in the shipping business, having already proven itself as an entrepôt.

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Highway to growth

Infrastructure is the key to economic growth in Asia. Singapore, with its track record, wants to lead the way as a financing and facilitating hub for the sector.

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Infrastructure a long-term investment that requires patience

SINGAPORE (Oct 28): Infrastructure is expensive and the payback takes a long time, making it a long-term investment. As evidenced by the experience of investors in Singapore, investing in infrastructure can be challenging. For instance CitySpring Trust, w

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Addition of two localised 5G networks brings total to four

SINGAPORE (Oct 21): Singapore is looking to increase the number of 5G networks to four, from the two previously planned, according to Minister for Communications and Information S Iswaran.

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Tuas Megaport set to 'rethink the future of shipping': PM Lee

SINGAPORE (Oct 3): PSA’s new consolidated port in Tuas is set to “rethink the future of shipping,” says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
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