Stories By Linette Lim
129 Jul 2014 Tue
Its major expansion projects include a new medical centre in Holland Village and an extension to the existing Raffles Hospital at North Bridge Road, and analysts say the two developments will boost revenue for the group.
226 Jul 2014 Sat
As banks come under increasing regulatory scrutiny, some are already grappling with implementation issues.
321 Jul 2014 Mon
Recent weakness in GDP growth numbers has raised concerns over the health of Singapore's manufacturing economy, which needs to restructure to survive.
418 Jul 2014 Fri
"I don't think there's a single system in the world that spends as little as Singapore does in terms of percentage of GDP and gets the outcomes that it gets," said Dr Jim Yong Kim.
517 Jul 2014 Thu
At the FutureChina Global Forum, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong noted that China became Singapore's top trading partner for the first time last year.
616 Jul 2014 Wed
However, industry experts caution that banks may still face challenges in implementing the tighter rules proposed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
715 Jul 2014 Tue
The earnings reporting season for the second quarter of this year is approaching. Given the disappointing economic numbers out so far, Singapore companies are expected to turn in a lacklustre set of results.
814 Jul 2014 Mon
Economists say small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in labour-intensive sectors have the greatest potential for change amid Singapore's current economic restructuring effort.
911 Jul 2014 Fri
There has been a growing range of unusual investment options -- largely made available through business trust listings -- ranging from golf courses and overseas shopping malls to data centres.
1004 Jul 2014 Fri
Increasing military threat from China is causing countries such as Vietnam and Philippines to draw closer to the US and Japan, increasing the risk of splintering within the region, says Singapore's Ambassador-at-Large.