Stories By Patrick John Lim
106 Oct 2015 Tue
There is now a growing push on companies to be aware of the role they play in preserving the environment, and MAS wants financial institutions in Singapore to take the lead through responsible financing.
205 Oct 2015 Mon
This is to address the impact of cost on businesses, says the Minister of State for Manpower, adding that his priority is to look into how labour costs impact sectors differently.
301 Oct 2015 Thu
Examples cited by ACRA include recognition of revenue and profits when work had not been fully completed, and cases where directors did not sufficiently query decisions such as the move to defer billings to customers.
430 Sep 2015 Wed
The Manpower Minister also says he intends to work more closely with companies that provide good opportunities for Singaporeans.
526 Sep 2015 Sat
A balanced approach must be taken and that means continuing on the step-by-step restructuring, gradual tightening of the foreign worker supply, says DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam.
623 Sep 2015 Wed
The Accreditation@IDA scheme was set up to help small companies establish credentials and allow them to bid for projects.
716 Sep 2015 Wed
This means digitising the NETS ATM card and thereby allowing transactions via smartphones. NETS hopes to launch a trial for its digital ATM card in the second half of 2016.
807 Sep 2015 Mon
Among its possible policy proposals are minimum wage, reducing National Service to one year and capping the number of foreign workers, the Reform Party says.
902 Sep 2015 Wed
The SingFirst party leader says younger residents in the late Mr Lee's Tanjong Pagar GRC are "concerned about being squeezed in their jobs" and not being able to afford the 5Cs.
1002 Sep 2015 Wed
With the close of nominations on Tuesday, Singapore has entered what will be its most intensely fought elections ever – for the first time since the nation's independence, all seats in Parliament will be contested.