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This is the last trading day before the ghost month.
And firms say discount for vaccinated people not discriminatory.
Its revenue also rose 23.4% YoY to. US$2,262.4m in the same period. 
It is expected to be ready for launch in H2 2022.
Encouraged by vaccinations, more Singaporeans plan to travel in the next three months.
The amendments include higher penalties for erring property agencies or agents. 
The centre aims to spearhead Singapore’s maritime industry’s energy transition.
However, PropertyGuru’s data showed continued confidence amongst sellers.
The system enables employees to have test results in as fast as 60 seconds.
COVID-19 disruptions continue to cause delays in its projects.
Its underlying profit of $832.2m is still 17% below pre-COVID levels.
The airline saw a net loss of $1.12b in the same period last year.
All of its key businesses were profitable in the first six months of the year.
Singtel, Keppel Corp, and OCBC Bank led the Straits Times Index on 29 July.

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Digitalisation creeping into non-tech roles as Singapore banks accelerate hiring

The sector will continue in a “reform and transform” path, hinging on successful digital banking applicants.

Recovery relies on border restrictions easing

Outlook for the tourism and food and beverage sectors do not look promising for the remainder of 2021.

HR Briefing: Drawing the line between work-from-home and life-at-home

The work from home setup may be taking a toll on the mental health of workers in Singapore. It’s something HR leaders should keep a close eye on as the pandemic continues.

Legal Briefing: The Electronic Transaction Amendment Act: A step to the digital future?

Digitalisation continues to assimilate itself into every aspect of everyday life, as almost everything requires a “digital equivalent”.

Singapore takes a lion share of Southeast Asian M&As

Not even the pandemic could fully defeat the investor demand for up and coming Singapore firms in the company market.

ESG funds, the next trend in early stage investments?

Logistics, SaaS, health tech, and e-commerce industries to see significant growth in this ‘golden age of technology'.

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This is the last trading day before the ghost month.
And firms say discount for vaccinated people not discriminatory.
Its revenue also rose 23.4% YoY to. US$2,262.4m in the same period. 
It is expected to be ready for launch in H2 2022.
Encouraged by vaccinations, more Singaporeans plan to travel in the next three months.
The amendments include higher penalties for erring property agencies or agents. 
The centre aims to spearhead Singapore’s maritime industry’s energy transition.
However, PropertyGuru’s data showed continued confidence amongst sellers.
The system enables employees to have test results in as fast as 60 seconds.
COVID-19 disruptions continue to cause delays in its projects.
Its underlying profit of $832.2m is still 17% below pre-COVID levels.
The airline saw a net loss of $1.12b in the same period last year.
All of its key businesses were profitable in the first six months of the year.
Singtel, Keppel Corp, and OCBC Bank led the Straits Times Index on 29 July.

Exclusives

Digitalisation creeping into non-tech roles as Singapore banks accelerate hiring

The sector will continue in a “reform and transform” path, hinging on successful digital banking applicants.

Recovery relies on border restrictions easing

Outlook for the tourism and food and beverage sectors do not look promising for the remainder of 2021.

HR Briefing: Drawing the line between work-from-home and life-at-home

The work from home setup may be taking a toll on the mental health of workers in Singapore. It’s something HR leaders should keep a close eye on as the pandemic continues.

Legal Briefing: The Electronic Transaction Amendment Act: A step to the digital future?

Digitalisation continues to assimilate itself into every aspect of everyday life, as almost everything requires a “digital equivalent”.

Singapore takes a lion share of Southeast Asian M&As

Not even the pandemic could fully defeat the investor demand for up and coming Singapore firms in the company market.

ESG funds, the next trend in early stage investments?

Logistics, SaaS, health tech, and e-commerce industries to see significant growth in this ‘golden age of technology'.

Become a Singapore Business Review member