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Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Taiwan's recruitment market is expected to face a brain drain in 2013, with a survey released yesterday showing that nearly two-thirds of local employers anticipate their workers will look for jobs in other Asian countries.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Singapore property shares fall after cooling measures
Shares of major property developers in Singapore were battered Monday after the government introduced new measures at the weekend to cool the real estate market.
Singapore property shares fall after cooling measures
Shares of major property developers in Singapore were battered Monday after the government introduced new measures at the weekend to cool the real estate market.
Singapore consumers are losing their loyalty to Thai rice, with more of them acquiring a taste for cheaper grains from Myanmar and Vietnam.
Shares of major property developers in Singapore were battered Monday after the government introduced new measures at the weekend to cool the real estate market.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Singapore ups ante for casinos with new rules, fines
In any casino, the odds favor the house. Using its house edge, Singapore is seeking to maximize economic profits and minimize social costs with tighter rules and tougher fines for two casino operators, along with new steps to curb problem gambling.
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Singapore avoids recession with Q4 growth
Singapore escaped a technical recession after the economy grew in the fourth quarter thanks to a boost from services, government data showed Wednesday, but prospects for 2013 remain gloomy.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Even as Singaporeans wake up to a sobering economic forecast for this year, many will not be letting it affect what has become their yearly tradition -- a Chinese New Year vacation.
Investment bank JPMorgan has deemed Kirin's offer for Fraser & Neave's food and beverage unit to be "fair but not reasonable" from a financial viewpoint.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
The tills rang for retailers over the Christmas season, but not everyone had cause to rejoice.
Singapore retailers find coal in stockings
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