Lim Tean’s Debt Collectors Brand Themselves As Money-Recovering Avengers
Community testing still shows high Covid-19 infection rate, S’pore nowhere near peak of epidemic curve: MOH
SINGAPORE — Covid-19 testing in the community for those who go to clinics with acute respiratory infections or flu-like illnesses continues to detect a high proportion of infections, suggesting that Singapore is “not anywhere near the peak of the epidemic curve yet, nor are the community cases yet on the wane”.
pai kia, These debt collectors talk and behave like a bunch of thugs. Livestreaming the collection and letting it go viral is clearly a breach of confidentiality between lender and borrower.
Mexico recovers missing manuscripts from 16th century sold at auctionMEXICO CITY : Mexico's foreign ministry said on Thursday it had recovered valuable manuscripts from the 16th century, including some relating to conquistador Hernan Cortes, months after a group of academics reported them missing from Mexico's national archives.In apparently systematic fashion, 10 document
S Korea central bank sees worsening financial stability woes, debt repayment burden to riseSEOUL : South Korea's central bank warned on Thursday that the debt repayment burden among vulnerable households could increase sharply as interest rates rise, underlining the growing negative impact of the debt binge in Asia's fourth largest economy.Debt-to-disposable income at South Korean households wa
Evergrande debt troubles seem particular to China -US Fed's PowellU.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Wednesday that the debt problems of property developer Evergrande seem particular to China and that he did not see a parallel with the U.S. corporate sector. A potential default by Evergrande, Asia's biggest junk-bond issuer, drove a steep selloff on Wall S
Squid Game's director and cast talk about the life-and-death dramaIn Squid Game, 456 people facing crushing debt are invited to play a series of deadly children's games. Squid Game's director and cast talk about the life-and-death drama.
71 arrested for suspected job scam offences; 29 others to be charged for money mule activitiesSINGAPORE: A total of 71 people suspected of being involved in job scams were arrested during a four-day enforcement operation that ended on Thursday (Sep 23). The 59 men and 12 women are aged between 16 and 62, and the islandwide operations involved o