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The sector scored 72.7/100 points in customer satisfaction in the Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore.
The new system, set for implementation in 2022, will provide migrant workers with quality, affordable and accessible healthcare catered to their needs.
Four medical suppliers saw an average 48% increase in stocks as markets reacted to the new variant.
Their pre-departure tests in South Africa on 26 November were negative.
The new skills maps serve as a resource for training providers and financial institutions to design family office-related training.
Its high costs make the country a top choice for companies with higher-valued-added manufacturing.
HongKongLand had the most growth for the day.
It surpassed the Bloomberg consensus estimate of 14.5%.
The agreement aims to grow tourism and economic activities as borders reopen. 
It will also enter a loan agreement worth $210.6m.
The acquisition will be fully funded by cash through internal resources.
These countries are Cambodia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Turkey.
The decrease was driven by profit declines in their beer and non-alcoholic businesses.
Sources say the state-owned Chinese firm is in talks with advisers about the potential divestment.

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OFFICE WATCH: Amazon expands footprint with the new Singapore office

The 100,000-sq.-ft.-office was built to spur collaboration, inside and outside the company.

HR BRIEFING: Diversity to play a pivotal role in organisations come 2022

Especially in service-based companies, D&I policies are crucial in improving financial portfolios, analysts say.

VFlowTech’s vision for a long-duration energy storage solution

The startup is banking on its unique technology that improves battery efficiency by 85%.

HR Briefing: Empowering SG’s ageing workforce in a tech-driven world

Those over 60 years old are more willing to retrain compared to other age groups.

Transport and logistics industry to see varying recovery levels

Its nature is dependent on other industries, as well as global economic activities.

How edtech startup founder Jamie Tan built a business from a thesis

With encouragement from peers and professors, Tan started Flying Cape.

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The sector scored 72.7/100 points in customer satisfaction in the Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore.
The new system, set for implementation in 2022, will provide migrant workers with quality, affordable and accessible healthcare catered to their needs.
Four medical suppliers saw an average 48% increase in stocks as markets reacted to the new variant.
Their pre-departure tests in South Africa on 26 November were negative.
The new skills maps serve as a resource for training providers and financial institutions to design family office-related training.
Its high costs make the country a top choice for companies with higher-valued-added manufacturing.
HongKongLand had the most growth for the day.
It surpassed the Bloomberg consensus estimate of 14.5%.
The agreement aims to grow tourism and economic activities as borders reopen. 
It will also enter a loan agreement worth $210.6m.
The acquisition will be fully funded by cash through internal resources.
These countries are Cambodia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Turkey.
The decrease was driven by profit declines in their beer and non-alcoholic businesses.
Sources say the state-owned Chinese firm is in talks with advisers about the potential divestment.

Exclusives

OFFICE WATCH: Amazon expands footprint with the new Singapore office

The 100,000-sq.-ft.-office was built to spur collaboration, inside and outside the company.

HR BRIEFING: Diversity to play a pivotal role in organisations come 2022

Especially in service-based companies, D&I policies are crucial in improving financial portfolios, analysts say.

VFlowTech’s vision for a long-duration energy storage solution

The startup is banking on its unique technology that improves battery efficiency by 85%.

HR Briefing: Empowering SG’s ageing workforce in a tech-driven world

Those over 60 years old are more willing to retrain compared to other age groups.

Transport and logistics industry to see varying recovery levels

Its nature is dependent on other industries, as well as global economic activities.

How edtech startup founder Jamie Tan built a business from a thesis

With encouragement from peers and professors, Tan started Flying Cape.

Join the Singapore Business Review community