Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Wednesday it will not extend the lease on its first Airbus A380 jet when it expires next year, a significant blow for Airbus, as it seeks to bolster new sales of the world's largest airliner.
The changes to the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act (CPFTA) include giving SPRING Singapore investigative and enforcement powers to take action against recalcitrant retailers.
With the rapid growth of newer ride-booking services, there may be room for adjustments to be made to the taxi availability standards, says Senior Minister of State for Transport Ng Chee Meng.
The bank will also be issuing "instant" digital credit cards to customers by end October, it says.
"It is not uncommon for exchanges to experience trading disruptions... but SGX needs to do better at reducing the frequency of these disruptions and managing any of these disruptions well," said Mr Ong Ye Kung in Parliament on Tuesday.
It remains premature to determine the impact of Singapore's Zika outbreak on the tourism industry and broader economy, Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Sim Ann said in Parliament on Tuesday.
Channel NewsAsia speaks to Ms JuE Wong, president of Elizabeth Arden Brand, on how she is touching up the iconic brand’s ambitious multi-year strategy to stay relevant amid stiff competition and a rapidly-evolving retail world.
The new food services industry roadmap aims to address the shortage of manpower among businesses due to changing career aspirations among younger workers and an ageing workforce.
A total of 1,879 resale flats were sold in August, significantly more than the 1,573 units transacted in July.
The programme is funded by Temasek, and the company will be working with Changi General Hospital and Singapore Business Federation to develop and roll out the programme.