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Singapore helps firms retain workers past retirement age
Mohsin Khan is still at his job repairing aircraft hydraulics parts although the Singaporean turns 75 in a couple of months.
Singapore kickstarts zero-waste plan as recycling rate stalls
Singapore is making a clarion call to citizens and businesses to reduce domestic and industrial waste towards zero as the country’s recycling rate has stalled and its sole landfill may run out of space by 2035.
Singapore plans an underground future
From its towering ‘supertree’ vertical gardens to a Formula 1 night race, Singapore is known for many attractions; underground space is not one of them.
Singapore plans underground future
From its towering ‘supertree’ vertical gardens to a Formula 1 night race, Singapore is known for many attractions; underground space is not one of them.
Singaporean economy to grow 3.3% in 2018
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced in a report on Wednesday that economists and analysts polled in the survey of professional forecasters raised Singapore's 2018 growth forecast from previously predicted 3.2 percent to 3.3 percent.
Singapore charges two Chinese workers over 'one-dollar bribes'
Singapore charged two Chinese migrant workers for demanding bribes as small as S$1 (73 US cents), its anti-graft authority said on Tuesday, stressing that the financial hub known for its clean image will not tolerate corruption no matter how small.
'Dayan' awarded in Singapore
Iranian film 'Dayan', directed by Behrouz Nooranipour, won the Silver Screen Award in the competition section of the 29th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF).
Harry Potter casts a spell on Singapore Airport
You wouldn't think that an airport regularly named as the world's best would need any extra magic to help attract air passengers, but Singapore Changi is turning to young wizard Harry Potter for help.
Warnings of a ‘domino effect’ of protectionism as Asian leaders meet
Asian leaders gathered for a summit on Tuesday amid warnings that the post-World War Two international order is in jeopardy and trade tensions between Washington and Beijing could trigger a “domino effect” of protectionist measures by other countries.
Singapore minister: Belt and Road Initiative  a positive contribution to world economy
The Belt and Road Initiative, a multilateral development plan proposed and led by China, is a positive contribution to the world economy, Singapore's Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said.
Dyson to build his new electric car in Singapore
Dyson Ltd, the UK-based company best known for its vacuum cleaners, has chosen to build its new electric car in Singapore.
Singapore core inflation dips to 1.8% in September
Singapore's core inflation came in at 1.8 percent last month, dipping slightly from August's 1.9 percent.
Singapore achieves 2.6% GDP growth in Q3
Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry announced that based on advance estimates, the country's gross domestic product (GDP) for the third quarter of 2018 grew 2.6 percent year on year.
‌Singapore Airlines bans lion bones in cargo
Singapore Airlines said Friday it has stopped accepting lion bones for cargo after the carrier was singled out in a report for transporting the animal parts from South Africa.
Mercedes fears Ferrari ambush in Singapore
Lewis Hamilton may have tightened his grip on a fifth world title after extending his championship lead with a surprise victory in Monza two weeks ago, yet Mercedes is playing down the Briton’s chances of adding to that triumph in Singapore.

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