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  1. Nestle Chief Executive Mark Schneider attends the opening of the 151st Annual General Meeting of Ne

    Nestle CEO expects to hike prices in coming years

    Nestle hopes to be able to pass on rising costs resulting from higher inflation in Western countries in coming years.
  2. oil prices

    Oil prices ease on rising output from US producers

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    US wholesale inflation hits five-year record in October

  4. The Bank of England

    Bank of England eyes rate rise as inflation surges

  5. A Hong Kong couple after their wedding in Australia on 11/11/11

    Commentary: Getting married in an era of consumerism

    Marriage registration fees may have gone up but they are not nearly as much as what couples spend on their wedding. Terence Heng discusses what ...
  6. People cross a street in a business district in central Tokyo

    Japan prices rise for second straight month in February: Official

    Japanese consumer prices picked up in February for the second straight month boosted by a rebound in energy prices, official data showed Friday ...
  7. Tuberculosis x-ray

    Rise in new tuberculosis cases in Singapore last year

    There were 1,617 new cases of active TB in 2016 - higher than the 1,498 new cases recorded in 2015.
  8. Singapore port shipping containers economy

    February exports surge 21.5% in 4th straight month of growth

    The expansion was driven by an increase in both electronic and non-electronic exports, trade agency IE Singapore says.
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    Volunteerism in Singapore almost doubles from 2014 to 2016: Survey

    According to the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre, the increase could be due to the rising trend of informal volunteerism, which refers ...
  10. (pp) Flooding BKK 1

    ASIA’S FUTURE CITIES: Can Bangkok turn back the rising tide and stop sinking?

    Bangkok is sinking and could be under water in less than 15 years. But there are concerns that action will not be taken until it is too late.