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Singapore expands vaccine program to more, to allow import of other vaccines: MTF  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore expands vaccine program to more, to allow import of other vaccines: MTF

Singapore will expand its vaccination program to more people, including pregnant women and to some people with allergies. 

KORE reports 3.6% higher distributable income of US$14.9 mil in 1Q2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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KORE reports 3.6% higher distributable income of US$14.9 mil in 1Q2021

Keppel Pacific Oak US REIT (KORE) has posted distributable income of US$14.9 million for the 1QFY2021 ended March, some 3.6% higher than the US$14.4 million posted in the 1QFY2020.

Get ready to rumble if vaccines end the pandemic - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Confidence and Fed reaction key to what comes post-Covid

The ripple of turbulence provoked by the February bond selloff could be a taste of what is to come later this year.

Robust supply networks offer a shot in the  arm for vaccine roll-out hopes - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Robust supply networks offer a shot in the arm for vaccine roll-out hopes

It has been a long year for businesses and communities across Southeast Asia. But after 12 months of pandemic-related challenges, vaccines now offer a welcome ray of hope on the horizon.

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New York, London beat Asian finance hubs in Covid-19 vaccine race

The financial capitals hit hardest by Covid-19 are pulling ahead in the race to vaccinate their residents.

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Germany joins growing list of countries to suspend AstraZeneca vaccine amid health scares

Germany suspended the use of AstraZeneca Plc’s Covid-19 vaccine amid a growing health scare that’s creating yet another delay for the European Union’s inoculation campaign.

Briefs: MAS charges four for false trading; SGX invests in HeveaConnect; China vaccine diplomacy concerns - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Briefs: MAS charges four for false trading; SGX invests in HeveaConnect; China vaccine diplomacy concerns

Quoteworthy: "I’ve not been exactly sitting on my hands in the past three years," –— vocal pro-Beijing former Hong Kong chief executive C Y Leung, when asked about the possibility

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Seniors aged 70 years and above to receive Covid-19 vaccinations from Feb 22: MOH

The Ministry of Health (MOH) says it will begin Covid-19 vaccinations islandwide for seniors from Feb 22.

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