Stories By Wong Siew Ying
118 Dec 2014 Thu
Singapore retailers face challenges like rising costs, labour crunch and weaker sales, but Mr Tang Wee Sung is confident this is just another dip.
209 Dec 2014 Tue
A mixed-use site at Woodlands Square and a white site at Marina View have been placed for sale on the Reserve List under the Government Land Sales Programme for first half of 2015.
305 Dec 2014 Fri
A five-year plan to grow the industry’s workforce will focus on meeting the high demand for skilled manpower, improving the relevance of training programmes and talent attraction and retention.
403 Dec 2014 Wed
Singapore needs to continue moving up the value chain and keep ahead of other countries where labour is cheaper, says economic commentator David Pilling.
526 Nov 2014 Wed
The benchmarking, to be conducted by the Asia Competitiveness Institute, is aimed at identifying areas that need improvement and to help policymakers formulate better policies to encourage firms to be more productive.
626 Nov 2014 Wed
From 2008 to 2011, the property developer reaped a total savings in energy consumption of US$16 million (S$21 million) from its 37 Green Mark Gold-rated buildings, according to deputy chairman Kwek Leng Joo.
725 Nov 2014 Tue
E-tailers Decathlon and Zalora have rolled out bricks and mortar shops and analysts say this sort of physical-meets-virtual marketing is the way to go.
824 Nov 2014 Mon
This is the highest number of project signings at the Singapore- Zhejiang Economic and Trade Council meeting since its inception in 2003.
921 Nov 2014 Fri
The Singapore Exchange will introduce the SGX Platts PX CFR China Swaps and Futures on Dec 2 and a series of Polyolefin contracts on Jan 19 in 2015.
1019 Nov 2014 Wed
The 'heartbeat' of the Orchard shopping district has shifted to the Bideford Road area in recent years. But Shaw Centre's S$80 million revamp may just be the start of a retail renaissance for the Scotts Road area.