Tuesday, 29 July, 2014

 

JTC launches two industrial sites at Tuas for sale

JTC Corporation on Tuesday launched two sites at Tuas Bay Close and Tuas South Street 7 (Plot 44) for sale under its H2 2014 Industrial Government Land Sales (IGLS) programme.



 

 

BT’s Daily 3 - Full Stories

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[SINGAPORE] After a slow start to the year, a sunnier outlook for new...
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[SINGAPORE] After a sizzling start to the year, Macau saw its...
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[SINGAPORE] Singapore could introduce a new Causeway toll and raise...

EDITORIAL & OPINION

Opinion

FOLLOWING the surge of investment and development in Asian countries in recent years, international commercial arbitration as a form of dispute resolution has also gained significance in Asia, and the stage looks ready for an increased level of claims involving investors and states.

 
 
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[SINGAPORE] After a slow start to the year, a sunnier outlook for new listings in the second half of the year will see a swathe of companies raising funds from Singapore investors, and the momentum could carry into 2015.

 

Companies

COAL shipping firm Manhattan Resources is set to live up to its name and become more of a resources company.

Singapore

FEW Singapore companies have set up shop and tapped into the benefits offered at the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (SFTZ), a senior executive at OCBC said.

Malaysia

[KUALA LUMPUR] The Malaysian government is considering setting up a separate entity to oversee the development of areas located along the proposed high-speed rail (HSR) project between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

Indonesia

[JAKARTA] Freeport-McMoRan Inc will resume full operations at its curtailed Grasberg copper operation, the world's third-largest, and plans to restart exports from Indonesia next month after resolving a dispute with the government.

China

[TANMEN, China] On China's southern Hainan island, a fishing boat captain shows a Reuters reporter around his ageing vessel. He has one high-tech piece of kit, however: a satellite navigation system that gives him a direct link to the Chinese coastguard should he run into bad weather or a Philippine or Vietnamese patrol ship when he's fishing in the disputed South China Sea.

India

[MUMBAI] Global holdings of Indian bonds will climb to a record in the coming month after the nation eased investment rules, Barclays plc and Nomura Holdings predict.

World

[SINGAPORE] The United States faces an awkward rival in its first attempts in 40 years to export crude oil - Iran.

Focus

THE breathtaking Singapore landscape, featured last week in a celebrated sketch by British architectural artist and savant Stephen Wiltshire, is a sight to behold.

Transport Hub

[LONDON] The commercial director of Malaysia Airlines has called for a complete overhaul of the way flight paths are deemed safe following the downing of flight MH17 by a suspected missile over rebel-held eastern Ukraine.

Editorial & Opinion

FOLLOWING the surge of investment and development in Asian countries in recent years, international commercial arbitration as a form of dispute resolution has also gained significance in Asia, and the stage looks ready for an increased level of claims involving investors and states.

 

Dining

SO I had lunch the other day with my alter ego: a penny-pinching, bulk-buying, conveyor belt sushi-guzzling consumer activist who once campaigned against selling doughnut holes separately from the doughnuts they came from.

Travel

MOST people visit Bali, enjoy a couple of days at their resort, go to the beach, do some temple sightseeing, then head home.

Home & Garden

AT 70, most people are likely to be taking it slow, enjoying the finer things in life. But not American architect Thom Mayne. Instead, his life has gotten even busier.

 
 

Young Investor

NICKOLE Gambrill is still paying the price for graduating college at the wrong time. She and other students who earned diplomas in the aftermath of the deepest US...

BizIT

IMAGINE a co-worker on the factory floor who doesn't need a lunch or tea break. Plus, "he" has as much energy at the start of the day as at the end of it - and sometimes...

Executive Money

[NEW YORK] WHEN the stock market rose 30 per cent in 2013, plenty of fund managers had a triumphant year. Almost anyone can post good numbers in a bull market, though.

ISCA

WHILE global efforts to combine two key accounting standards into a uniform set of rules have made headway in the past decade, the momentum has slowed considerably in...

Property

[SYDNEY] Central banks from Scandinavia to the UK to New Zealand are sounding the alarm about soaring mortgage debt and trying to curb risky lending. In Australia, where...

Raffles Conversation

CAMERAS are ubiquitous these days. All smartphones have them. And just about everyone has a smartphone. When everyone has a smartphone and has it with him all the time,...

 

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