Nico Steel invests 3.83m yuan to ramp up production facility in Suzhou, China
NICO Steel Holdings announced on Thursday morning that its subsidiary Nico Steel Technology (Suzhou) Co has invested 3.83 million yuan (S$768,000) to increase production capacity and cut wastewater discharge at its electroplating facility in Suzhou, China. Read more at The Business Times.
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Former accountant admits siphoning more than $2 million from employersSINGAPORE - An accountant who worked for two companies dealing with steel products abused his position for 6 1/2 years, siphoning more than $2 million from the firms.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Vibrant subsidiary disposing of warehouse for 29m yuanVIBRANT Group's wholly-owned subsidiary Sanlu Logistics is disposing of a 13,667 sq m warehouse property located in Jiangyin for 29 million yuan (S$5.5 million). Read more at The Business Times.
Ex-F1 champ Nico Rosberg finds thrills in 'green mobility'DAVOS (AFP) - Former Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg says he has no regrets about leaving the big league of auto racing, embracing his new life as an investor driving action on climate change.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Maduro tightens screw on Guaido as power struggle ramps upCARACAS: Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro moved on Tuesday (Jan 29) to try to check the growing clout of opposition rival Juan Guaido as the ...
Goldman Sachs ups 'no-deal' likelihood after UK parliament amendment voteGoldman Sachs nudged up its estimated probability of a 'no-deal' Brexit on Wednesday after British lawmakers instructed Prime Minister Theresa May to reopen a Brexit treaty with the European Union to replace a controversial Irish border arrangement. Britain's parliament rejected a proposal
New teleconferencing facility in Alexandra to cater to families of inmates in the central areaSINGAPORE - During his roughly 30 years spent in and out of prison, one of the biggest regrets former offender Selvarajan Isaac Shadrak had was the effect his imprisonment had on his mother.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Thailand's Central plans to invest $200 million in Singapore's GrabThai retailer Central Group plans to acquire a stake in Southeast Asian ride-hailing startup Grab for $200 million, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Central would acquire a stake in the local unit of Grab, one source said. Central and Grab declined to comment.
PODCAST: How to get started in robo-investing (Money Hacks, Ep 30)In case you missed it: PODCAST: Bhaskar Prabhakara - CEO and co-founder of Singapore-based start-up WeInvest - explains how newbies and experienced investors can use robo-investing platforms. btpodcast
BP invests in Chinese electric vehicle charging platformBP said on Thursday it had invested in Chinese start-up PowerShare, which links electric vehicle drivers to charging points and helps power ...