What will the 2018 budget have in store for Singapore?
The Asian financial hub is another step closer to its aspiration. It wants to be a world-class Fintech hub. Till it secures its position, it must sustain its momentum.
The verdict is out. The punishment for Keppel Offshore & Marine is a record-breaking US$422.2 million fine. However, the fine may not be a big enough deterrent.
Rising against all odds, Singapore is pushing hard to becoming a research-intensive, innovative and entrepreneurial economy.
NETS was the brainchild of prominent banks. Its wide consumer and merchant base make it well-placed to lead Singapore’s QR code payment industry.
The world of work is changing. Employees chase a favourable work-life balance. Employers must be conscious of their responsibilities.
The Sultan of Johor approved a design for the Johor-Singapore rail link. Its success depends on two companies with chequered pasts.
A string of serious faults suggests the SMRT is in crisis. To turn a corner, SMRT should learn from countries with an excellent MRT system.
At the 60th anniversary celebration of the founding of the Workers’ Party, Low Thia Khiang announced he would step down as Secretary-General next year. It marked the end of an era.
Singaporeans spend too long getting to work. Could decentralised mixed-use developments ease the congestion in major commercial areas?