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SME tenants band together to demand better terms from 'cartel' of landlords

SINGAPORE (May 22): A group of tenants, claiming to represent some 10,000 small and medium enterprises (SMEs), are getting organised in their fight against what they perceive as unfair terms saddle

Singapore co-working struggles as Hong Kong's thrives amid virus outbreak

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Singapore co-working struggles as Hong Kong's thrives amid virus outbreak

(Apr 17): On a recent Friday afternoon, dozens of people sat hunched over laptops at TheDesk’s six-story co-working space near Hong Kong’s Central business district, while others chatted over snack

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Staying positive in tough times

SINGAPORE (Apr 3): On the morning of April 2, inspectors from the Ministry of Manpower conducted a rare spot check of the premises of The Edge Singapore.

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Trade truce

As the US and China conclude their ‘phase one’ discussions, is the end to the trade war really in sight?

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Start-ups sober up to funding scrutiny

WeWork’s IPO debacle emphasises that having a high-profile founder with a great idea is not enough

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'Inner circle' spills the beans in penny stock trial

Associates of John Soh Chee Wen and Quah Su-Ling tell tales of betrayal and jealousy during second tranche of trial

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A tale of greed and corruption

It has been a decade since the 1MDB fund was established. In this time, billions of dollars were lost to greed and deceit.

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World has long way to go to achieve UN goals

Fragmented standards, inconsistency in taxonomy and lack of clear direction are barriers to true climate change action

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Local ecosystem is flourishing

Players gear up for new digital bank licences in 2020

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