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New substantial shareholder Pyrford International emerges at ComfortDelGro

SINGAPORE (June 1): Asset manager Pyrford International, part of BMO Global Asset Management, has emerged as a new substantial shareholder of ComfortDelGro Corporation.

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Dasin Retail Trust
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Phillip Securities ACCUMULATE 91 cents

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ComfortDelGro Taxi extends relief measures worth total of $116 mil till June 1

SINGAPORE (Apr 22): ComfortDelGro Taxi will be extending the full taxi rental waiver for its cabbies by another month.


Extended rental relief measures worth $80 mil to push ComfortDelGro Taxi into the red in FY20

SINGAPORE (Mar 30): Taxi drivers are rejoicing as ComfortDelGro moves to extend its daily rental relief till September 2020 in a bid to cushion the impact of Covid-19. 


Singapore taxi firm Trans-cab revives IPO plan

SINGAPORE (Sept 9): Trans-cab Services, Singapore’s second-largest taxi operator, is reviving its plans for an initial public offering, according to people with knowledge of the matter, as the city

Singapore economy

Public transport operators unlikely to benefit much despite up to 7% fare hike this year

SINGAPORE (Sept 4): Singapore’s Public Transport Council (PTC) announced Tuesday that public transport fares could increase by as much as 7% in the fare review exercise for 2019, on the back of dou

Deals, JVs and alliances

ComfortDelGro's Rent-A-Car bulks up on prime movers

SINGAPORE (Aug 5): ComfortDelGro's car rental and leasing arm, Rent-A-Car (CRAC) is adding five prime movers to its fleet to muscle its way into the heavy vehicle arena.

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Singapore offers buffet of attractive yield plays amid the easing policy environment, says UOB

SINGAPORE (April 1): UOB Kay Hian is recommending a wide variety of yield plays offered by Singapore ranging from aviation and banks, to developers and REITs as central banks around the world conti

Budget 2019

Winners and losers from Singapore's budget as election looms

SINGAPORE (Feb 19): Singapore Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat boosted health-care and military spending, gave tax rebates to citizens and tightened rules on foreign workers ahead of an election tha

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