The Week

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Not all business as usual as Thailand finally heads to the polls

SINGAPORE (Mar 25): To vote is to exist — reads a banner at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, as Thais head for the polls on March 24.

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Singapore authorities block New Noble listing

SINGAPORE (Dec 10): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) have barred Noble Group from transferring its listing status to New Noble as part of its

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Electronic payments to be licensed as financial services extend beyond banks and borders

SINGAPORE (Nov 26): Grab and Go-Jek, the Southeast Asian ride-hailing platforms that were disrupting traditional banking services by offering electronic payments and other financial services, have

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Noble gets go-ahead for controversial restructuring plan, pays funds into court in ongoing legal suit

SINGAPORE (Nov 19): Troubled commodities trader Noble Group is moving ahead with a controversial restructuring plan that will see its investors’ shareholding significantly diluted and its creditors

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GO-JEK rides into Singapore, but über incentives may be behind us

SINGAPORE (Nov 5): After months of anticipation, Indonesian ride-hailing platform GO-JEK has launched a pre-registration portal for people interested in becoming its driver-partners.

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Culture of complacency the greatest 'virus' in Singapore's battle against cyberattacks

SINGAPORE (Oct 8): Singapore has been investing heavily into cybersecurity amid its Smart Nation drive.

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