Stories By Nicole Tan
115 Dec 2014 Mon
With other countries in Southeast Asia also building up their MICE facilities, industry watchers said Singapore venues must do more to stay ahead of the competition.
212 Dec 2014 Fri
The 10 firms were fined a total of S$7.15 million for infringing section 34 of the Competition Act by collectively fixing certain fees and surcharges, and exchanging price and customer information.
304 Dec 2014 Thu
Singapore's strong international air hub and ready-built infrastructure are significant advantages for the Republic as it aims to be a cruise hub, said analysts.
403 Dec 2014 Wed
The Singapore-flagged LNG newbuildings - BW Pavilion Vanda and BW Pavilion Leeara - will add to BW Pavilion LNG's fleet currently on water.
529 Nov 2014 Sat
Big commercial airlines are overhauling their premium products to expand their suite of offerings, while industry watchers said private jet travel is also taking off for short-haul flights around the region.
627 Nov 2014 Thu
According to the latest annual report by the Asia Competitiveness Institute at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore has been ranked the 53rd most costly city to live in. Hong Kong took 59th place, while Seoul was ranked 62nd.
726 Nov 2014 Wed
Industry watchers said the opening of Metro's new store comes amid an increasingly competitive landscape for department stores along Orchard Road, and Metro - like its competitors - will need to be innovative in order to draw in shoppers.
820 Nov 2014 Thu
With a direct trading link now in place between Hong Kong and Shanghai, Singapore investors have greater access to markets in China, but interest remains muted so far. While this is expected to pick up over time, analysts said the local stock exchange must innovate to remain relevant.
919 Nov 2014 Wed
The joint study by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Singapore and KPMG ranked Singapore third overall after the United Kingdom and United States.
1018 Nov 2014 Tue
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said that Singaporeans need to continually augment skillsets and adjust their strategies to remain relevant to China's changing development needs.