Stories By Haidi Lun
122 Nov 2013 Fri
Attendees at the South Asian Diaspora Convention have called for rapid reform to remove the hurdles that hamper cross-border transactions.
221 Nov 2013 Thu
Some senior members of the Indian diaspora in Singapore have voiced concern about their country's ability to rebound from a sharp economic slowdown.
315 Nov 2013 Fri
In the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, corporations the world over wasted no time in mobilising their money to help the survivors. Some companies have pledged more to the Philippines than major nations, signifying the growing power of the corporate dollar in international aid efforts.
413 Nov 2013 Wed
Expectations are growing the Chinese government will release more details of its reform agenda, as early as this time next week. China's top leaders concluded their four-day plenum on Tuesday and despite the build-up, the final communique failed to excite investors.
530 Oct 2013 Wed
Singapore-based property developer, Pontiac Land, plans to invest in a 72-story luxury residential tower adjacent to New York's Museum of Modern Art.
629 Oct 2013 Tue
The Malaysian ringgit climbed the highest in four months on Monday, after closing at a record high last Friday, when the government announced a 2014 budget that has been widely received as fiscally responsible.
710 Oct 2013 Thu
Singapore's position as a regional investment hub received another boost this week, as a group of tech start-ups from Israel arrive to pitch for financing and build ties between the two innovation-minded countries.
827 Sep 2013 Fri
The world's biggest container ship, owned by shipping company Maersk. made its maiden call in Singapore on Friday as part of its Asia-to-Europe route. However after years of overcapacity, there are concerns whether the Danish shipper can fill all that extra capacity on the McKinney-Moeller.
926 Sep 2013 Thu
To coincide with World Maritime Day, the who's who of the global shipping industry gathered in Singapore on Thursday to discuss the issue of maritime sustainability.
1025 Sep 2013 Wed
Temasek Holdings LNG unit, Pavilion Energy, says it wants to raise its investments in infrastructure and assets, with the aim of trading LNG in Asia within the next three months.