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Singapore issues advisory for financial sector amid higher virus alert level
Singapore's central bank on Sunday said it had advised financial institutions in the city-state to take additional measures and precautions after the government raised its coronavirus alert level.
Singapore lists 109 firms that must report quarterly earnings
Singapore Exchange Ltd. published a list of firms that are now required to provide quarterly earnings reports based on its risk-based approach, a few weeks after the city-state scrapped the requirement for most companies.
Singapore's manufacturing sector expects business conditions to improve in H1: Survey
Singapore's Economic Development Board (EDB) said in a survey report released on Friday that the manufacturing sector expects improved business conditions in the first half of 2020.
Singapore’s leader says economic rebound depends on global calm
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said the city state’s economy could improve in 2020 only if any number of global risks don’t materialize, particularly emanating from the US.
Baby wrapped in plastic found alive in Singapore rubbish chute
Rubbish collectors rescued a baby from a bin at the bottom of a trash chute in Singapore on Tuesday, an MP and media said, a rare case in the wealthy city-state.
World’s biggest hedge fund returns found in Singapore
On most mornings, Chong Chin Eai starts his day with a jog through Singapore’s Botanic Gardens. After taking his son to school, he trades futures on his laptop at home until it’s time for lunch, after which he might have a massage or perhaps a nap.
More in Singapore aware of climate change: Survey
The impact of the changing climate has caught the attention of more Singaporeans, with a large majority indicating that they were willing to bear additional costs and inconvenience to safeguard the planet for future generations.
Acclaimed Singapore painter Choo Keng Kwang dies at 88
Acclaimed Singapore artist Choo Keng Kwang, known for his oil paintings of Chinatown and doves, died December 14 at the age of 88.
Facebook issues corrective label on user's post under new Singapore fake news law
Facebook said on Saturday it had issued a correction notice on a user’s post at the request of the Singapore government, but called for a measured approach to the implementation of a new “fake news” law in the city-state.
Singapore pushes shipping industry to use cleaner fuels to reduce carbon emissions
Singapore is pushing the shipping industry to use cleaner fuels such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) in a bid to reduce the city state’s carbon emissions, the Maritime and Port Authority’s (MPA) chief said on Friday.
Singapore energy startups hope homegrown green solutions will lead to less carbon emissions
As the number of people recognizing the urgency of the climate crisis grows, so too does the clamor for green energy solutions – a cry which did not go unnoticed by the organizers of this year’s Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).
Singapore to stick with natural gas power for time being, expand solar use
Natural gas will continue to play a dominant role in generating electricity in Singapore while the state plans to accelerate the use of renewable energy, primarily solar power, in the next decade to battle climate change, a senior government official said.
Hover-taxi whizzes over Singapore, firm eyes Asian push
A drone-like flying taxi whirred over Singapore's waterfront on Tuesday, with the firm behind the test hoping the aircraft will revolutionize travel in traffic-choked Asian cities.
Singapore’s economy dodges technical recession after growing 0.6% in the third quarter
Singapore’s economy — often seen as a bellwether for global growth — avoided a technical recession after growing by 0.6 percent in the third quarter, compared to the previous three months.
Singapore's 'fake news’ law comes into effect
Singapore’s new law to combat ‘fake news’ came into effect despite criticism from tech giants and activists, who labeled the tough rules a ‘chilling’ attempt to stifle dissent.

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