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        Keeping a “Singaporean core” in the workforce has returned to the spotlight, with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) urging financial institutions to continue identifying Singaporeans with...

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        What is the shape of recovery from the Covid-19 recession? The range of possibilities is unusually wide because so much hinges on what happens with public health and the timing of recovery. So...

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        A V-, U-, W- or L-shaped recession/recovery is an informal shorthand description of the economic cycle heard often these days.

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        Crises can bring out the best in us. Even as the coronavirus pandemic has battered businesses locally, some Singaporean companies have been able to produce smart solutions to practical problems,...

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        ACTIVIST investor Quarz Capital Management has resurfaced, having built a substantial stake in Sabana Shari'ah Compliant Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust (Sabana Reit) and arguing that the...

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        The yellow metal – a traditional safe-haven play ? has hurtled past the all-time?high on a pandemic-led perfect storm. At US$1,958.43 an ounce struck on Tuesday, gold prices have eclipsed...

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        The crisis of our generation has dealt an extraordinary economic shock across the world, with economies contracting by an annualised 25 to 40 per cent in a single quarter.

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        In this crisis election, more voters chose a side, resulting in a record low percentage of rejected votes in the July 10 General Election, said observers.

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        Amid a record turnout, the People's Action Party ended the night with 83 out of 93 seats, with the remaining 10 going to The Workers' Party.

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        Roughly one in four of the candidates, or a total of 23, elected into Parliament in the last general election in 2015 has stepped down to make way for new blood in the latest polls.