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  1. FILE PHOTO: The U.S. Capitol is shown after the U.S. government reopened following 35-day shutdown

    Credit reporting agencies face pressure from skeptical US Congress

    The nation's major credit reporting agencies faced renewed scrutiny from Congress on Tuesday, as lawmakers consider legislation overhauling the ...
  2. Credit reporting company Equifax Inc. offices are pictured in Atlanta

    Equifax says US regulators seek damages related to 2017 breach

    Credit reporting company Equifax Inc said it was informed by several U.S. regulators that they intend to seek damages from the company related to ...
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    Card transactions grow in Brazil as usage increases

  4. FILE PHOTO: A concept car is displayed at the booth of FAW Group car brand Hongqi during a media pr

    Chinese state-owned automaker FAW Group gets US$144 billion credit line

    China's state-owned automaker FAW Group said it signed a deal with 16 banks for a credit line worth over 1 trillion yuan (US$144 billion), but did ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The General Electric logo is pictured on the General Electric offshore wind turbine pla

    Moody's places GE ratings under review for possible downgrade

    Credit ratings agency Moody's Investor Service said on Tuesday it has placed ratings of General Electric Co and its finance unit under review for ...
  6. obike

    oBike to introduce points system that penalises 'ungracious' users

    Singapore's first stationless bike-sharing company's credit system aims to curb irresponsible practices such as illegal parking and bike hogging ...
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    25-year-old man arrested for credit-for-sex scams

    At least 164 reports on credit-for-sex scams were lodged in the first three months this year and victims were cheated of more than S$389,000.
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    Credit-for-sex scam victims lost S$304,000 since start of 2017

    In March alone, there was a surge of cases reported to the police.
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    85,000 employers to get S$660m in Wage Credit payouts this month

    According to the authorities, small- and medium-sized enterprises will receive around 70 per cent of the sum disbursed.
  10. Guns N' Roses in Singapore

    Guns N' Roses concert-goers can now receive online refunds for unused credits

    A refund portal operated by concert organiser LAMC is now live, it said in a statement.