Economy

16 Nov 18
6 in 10 CEOs think that Singapore has macroeconomic strength as well as a talent pool.
16 Nov 18
It was driven by the 12.8% growth in the non-electronic segment.
14 Nov 18
But only 8% have a formalised succession plan for their next generations.
14 Nov 18
It has been driven by the continuing decrease in the mining sector and crude palm oil.
13 Nov 18
And Woodleigh Residences sold 60% of released units at soft launch.
9 Nov 18
The decline was led by the 22% YoY decrease to $1.26m in shopping.
8 Nov 18
Delayed payments were most evident in the commerce-wholesale and transport/storage sectors.
7 Nov 18
Analysts see downside risks to the oil price rally even in 2019.
7 Nov 18
Australia, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan led the pack thanks to their stable political and economic outlook and high disposable incomes.
7 Nov 18
The city-state is also pumping up efforts to diversify its portfolio through other free trade agreements with countries.
7 Nov 18
Chan hopes to deepen SingCham and ESG's network to create opportunities in different parts of China.
6 Nov 18
2 in 5 think that China's growing consumer wealth could unveil opportunities.
6 Nov 18
This has been driven by slower household consumption during the period.
5 Nov 18
The index reading was the lowest recorded in 15 months.
5 Nov 18
It will make a local currency bilateral swap agreement where both central banks can exchange up to $9.5b.
5 Nov 18
This outlook by ASEAN firms is higher than the global average of 77%.
5 Nov 18
Singapore has already witnessed a slash in business investments amidst the looming trade wars.
4 Nov 18
Chongqing and Singapore will work together to apply FinTech solutions to make STC hassle free, safe and cost efficient for stakeholders.
4 Nov 18
It holds the shortest time to start a business at 0.5 days.
2 Nov 18
Bond issuance by Chinese issuers in Singapore almost doubled in 2017 to reach $18b.
2 Nov 18
Singapore can improve by making property registration and electricity application easier.
31 Oct 18
Real estate services and the machinery & systems manufacturing segment will bear the brunt, according to government agencies.
31 Oct 18
Singapore is home to two in five, or 39%, of ASEAN fintechs according to UOB.
30 Oct 18
It ranked first in the profit pillar which looks into the business environment and economic performance of cities.
30 Oct 18
Banking is another vulnerable target.
30 Oct 18
A new cohort of Chinese entrepreneurs in Shenzhen will challenge US’s Silicon Valley tech hub.
29 Oct 18
Grab accounted for the largest deal in the region with a $2b raise.
26 Oct 18
However, unemployment rates inched up slightly from 2% to 2.1%.
26 Oct 18
All clusters contracted except for transport engineering and precision engineering clusters.
25 Oct 18
78% of AUM was sourced from outside in Singapore in 2017.
23 Oct 18
Spending on personal care is projected to shrink 1.2% annually over 2018 and 2022.
23 Oct 18
Prices of services grew, but they were not enough to offset the moderation in retail prices.
23 Oct 18
'Infrastructure Asia' will help connect supply and demand for infra projects.
22 Oct 18
It can open up the scheme for non-permanent residents as well.
22 Oct 18
It also topped the list of cities with the highest financial services-related employment.
22 Oct 18
And a UK-based fintech firm eyes to link up with new instant payment schemes in Singapore and Hong Kong.
21 Oct 18
Its total wealth comes to US$114.56t.
19 Oct 18
It could be hit by the escalating US-China trade wars paired with US Fed hikes.
19 Oct 18
It topped rankings in employee life satisfaction globally and startup environment in Asia.