Stories By Lynda Hong
121 Feb 2014 Fri
Experts say most of the companies that have yet to apply for grants under the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) Scheme are mostly micro-SMEs with turnover of less than half a million dollars and a staff strength of under 10 workers.
220 Feb 2014 Thu
Singapore's economy expanded 6.1 percent on-quarter in October-December owing to a surge in manufacturing, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said on Thursday, revising its previous estimation of a contraction and lifting overall growth in 2013 to 4.1 percent.
307 Feb 2014 Fri
Property group CapitaLand said it sees growth opportunities in five city clusters in China. The five city clusters are Beijing/Tianjin, Shanghai/Hangzhou/Suzhou/Ningbo, Guangzhou/Shenzhen, Chengdu/Chongqing, and Wuhan.
429 Jan 2014 Wed
Minister of State for Trade and Industry Teo Ser Luck said this after a visit to bus and coach manufacturer SC Auto on Wednesday.
527 Jan 2014 Mon
The government is expanding the scope of the Innovation and Capability Voucher scheme to support small and medium enterprises.
624 Jan 2014 Fri
Eligible Singapore financial institutions can now apply for approval to offer renminbi investment products and use offshore yuan to trade in Chinese stocks and bonds.
723 Jan 2014 Thu
Keppel Corporation has posted a higher fourth-quarter net profit, up 8.9 per cent to S$332 million from a year earlier.
822 Jan 2014 Wed
Keppel Land has achieved higher a net profit in 2013 despite the slew of government cooling measures in the property market.
929 Mar 2013 Fri
Singapore's prime shopping belt Orchard Road is set to see its first new hotel in two years.
1009 Jul 2012 Mon
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is studying the feasibility of inflation-linked bonds, amongst other financial instruments, to help retail investors achieve better returns on their savings.