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No winners in Thailand as political gridlock continues amid rumours of possible election fraud

SINGAPORE (Apr 1): “CheatingElection19” was among the top trending terms on social media amid allegations of electoral fraud, following Thailand’s general election on March 24 — the first in five y

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GIC has Singtel's back in Bharti Airtel rights issue

SINGAPORE (Mar 11): GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, is making a concerted effort to help Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), the largest government-linked company, maintain the city sta

Commentary

The alarming language of conflict

SINGAPORE (Mar 11): My youth was dominated by the Cold War and the war in Vietnam.

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HRnetGroup is on an expansion spree

SINGAPORE (Mar 1): HRnetGroup, the recruitment agency, has a few unique practices in its company, including a 20-minute daily exercise-and-meditation qigong routine to keep staff happy and healthy,

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Singapore central bank chief says policy stimulus may not be necessary

SINGAPORE (Mar 4): Singapore’s monetary policy stance remains appropriate for current conditions and there is no need for policy stimulus if the economy performs as expected, central bank managing

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Feeding the 10 billion

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): Our current diets are bad for our health and harming the planet. Two billion people are now overweight or obese.

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APAC Realty buys back franchisees, raises bet on regional expansion, remains upbeat on Singapore

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): As Singapore experiences the effects of the property cooling measures, listed real-estate agency APAC Realty, better known for operating under the ERA franchise, is now looking

Commentary

Grab, GoJek, Didi and why it's hard to find winners in the few really successful EMs

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): They say there is no such thing as bad publicity.

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Defensive utility stocks could ride infrastructure boom

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): Utility companies, which are usually deemed to be boring defensive stocks, could turn out to be sexy growth counters.

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Space tech start-up Transcelestial lasers in on high-speed connectivity

SINGAPORE (Feb 18): A few months ago, inside a second-storey shophouse in Chinatown, Rohit Jha and his team fired up a PlayStation 4 set.

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