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70kmh speed limit removed for 8-seater passenger carsSINGAPORE: From Friday (Feb 1), eight-seater passenger cars will no longer be subject to their current 70kmh vehicle speed limit, the Land ...
US to return first group of 20 asylum seekers to Mexico Friday - spokesmanMEXICO CITY: Mexico's Foreign Ministry said the administration of President Donald Trump has informed them the United States will send the first ...
Daily Debrief: What Happened TodayBudget 2019 expected to support vulnerable PMETs: DBS economist, completed condo prices inch up 0.1% in December, first increase since August at
Daily Debrief: What Happened TodayGovt could take bigger share of risk to support SMEs in the coming budget, Gilstead Court relaunched for en bloc sale at
TODAY apologises for contentious article after facing “legal challenge” from NUSTODAY’s apology and the decision to publish NUS’ statement on its platform could be part of a settlement deal reached by both parties, instead of taking the matter to the courts.
Daily Debrief: What Happened TodaySingapore competition panel fines 4 hotels S$1.5m for exchanging commercially sensitive information, CPF contribution rate for Singapore workers above 55 should be raised: PAP Seniors Group at
Singapore shares open higher on Friday, STI up 0.17% to 3,195.71SINGAPORE stocks opened slightly higher on Friday, with the Straits Times Index advancing 5.54 points, or 0.17 per cent to 3,195.71 as at 9.05am. Read more at The Business Times.
Daily Debrief: What Happened TodaySingapore manufacturing, services sentiment turns gloomier for H1 2019; Singapore employment up in 2018 with retrenchments at 6-year low: MOM data at
Singapore stocks: STI resumes Friday afternoon at 3,217.06, up 0.83% on daySINGAPORE stocks rose on Friday afternoon's trading resumption, with the Straits Times Index advancing 0.83 per cent or 26.33 points on the day to 3,217.06 as at 1.0pm. Read more at The Business Times.