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Singapore economy

Singapore may need to re-evaluate tax incentives in post-BEPS 2.0 world: Deloitte

With developments to the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting framework, tax incentives for businesses may need to be re-evaluated.
Women in the boardroom: How gender parity helps companies - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Inclusive society

Women in the boardroom: How greater gender parity helps companies

Growth in returns peaks when the number of female leaders is equal to that of male leaders, finds a study of 577 SGX-listees.

SE Asian economies

Southeast Asia bourses remain resilient amid economic headwinds in 2019: Deloitte

“For Singapore, we are expecting a strong pipeline of listings from the REITs and service-based companies in 2020,” adds Tay. “We foresee that companies will be more discerning in weighing the pros and cons of an IPO vis-à-vis a private capital rai


Government, businesses lead the way but all must contribute to environmental sustainability: Masagos

SINGAPORE (Aug 27): Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli says Singapore must work together to help mitigate climate change, even as the country explores solutions to adapt to "a new normal".


$2.54 bil worth of food loss incurred in Singapore annually even before reaching consumers: study

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Some 342,000 tonnes of food loss occurs within Singapore each year – even before reaching retail and consumers – translating to an estimated $2.54 billion lost from farm to market.


NetLink Trust leads the way as Southeast Asia IPOs raise $10.4 bil so far this year

SINGAPORE (Nov 23): Capital markets across Southeast Asia have raised a total of $10.4 billion in 144 initial public offerings (IPOs) in the year up to mid-November – the highest amount raised in the region since 2014.

In print this week

Singapore’s outlook now is far bleaker than during the GFC

SINGAPORE (Jan 26): Looking back on the Asian financial crisis of 1998, the SARS outbreak of 2003, and the global financial crisis of 2008, it was clear to Kurt Wee, president of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME), that Singapore’s o