Stories By Patrick John Lim
130 Jun 2015 Tue
'In difficult times when economies are slow, it is possible for companies to squeeze just a little extra from the cash cycle to provide the liquidity they need to go through turbulence," says SPRING Singapore's deputy chairman, Piyush Gupta.
230 Jun 2015 Tue
Building competencies will strengthen SMEs' processes and systems for expansion, as well as position them for easier access to capital markets, says SPRING.
329 Jun 2015 Mon
With the rising wave of new financial technology, the Monetary Authority of Singapore plans to adopt new regulations and initiatives to grow a conducive ecosystem for innovation.
423 Jun 2015 Tue
The Atlantic Council, an international think-tank, has released a white paper outlining the path for greater Renminbi (RMB) acceptance, highlighting the role of RMB hubs such as Singapore.
513 Jun 2015 Sat
Speaking on Friday (Jun 12) at the DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge (SVC) Asia award ceremony, Minister of State for Trade and Industry Teo Ser Luck adds that policies may change to accommodate the sector as it expands.
612 Jun 2015 Fri
However, they stress the importance of remaining vigilant and having proper contingency plans.
712 Jun 2015 Fri
The Malaysian currency has been battered by continued strengthening of the US dollar and low oil prices, but analysts also say that recent uncertainty in bond markets and fiscal budget issues have added to the downward pressure.
810 Jun 2015 Wed
The food and beverage industry is increasingly turning to technology and innovation to help address issues such as labour crunch. Industry watchers say an important challenge remains – getting consumers accustomed to the new technology.
906 Jun 2015 Sat
It will be the third data centre owned by the company. The 20,000-square-metre facility will help address demand for data centre services in the Republic, and support Singapore's Smart Nation vision.
1004 Jun 2015 Thu
Even though total wages, including employer CPF contributions, rose 4.9 per cent, the rate of growth slowed from 2013's 5.3 per cent, according to Manpower Ministry.