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Ser Luck: Govt to look into foreign worker levy

Ser Luck: Govt to look into foreign worker levy

Calls for a review of the foreign worker levy will be "looked into" as Singapore is moving into economic headwinds, said newly-appointed Minister of State for the Manpower Ministry Teo Ser Luck. Mr Teo will also be talking to industry leaders to ... Asiaone, 2 hours ago

Singapore Haze Prompts Banks to Debate Rainforest Loan Standards

A Singapore banking group has embarked on a review of ethical lending practices as haze caused by forest fires in Indonesia envelops the city for a fifth week. The Association of Banks in Singapore said Monday its members are working on measures ...
 Bloomberg5 hours ago Singapore, Jakarta hold high-level haze talks  Jakarta Post1 week ago Singapore, now the happiest country in the world  Malay Mail1 week ago Singapore slams Indonesia remarks, schools shut  Asian Age1 week ago
Yahoo! Finance

Daily Briefing: Singapore office tenants get upper hand; HDB to build 4 new neighbourhood centres

And read about how robots are now leading workouts for the elderly in Singapore. The tables have turned when it comes to Singapore's downtown office rents. Tenants will now be getting the upper hand at rental negotiations as leasing rates posted ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 hours ago In Singapore, robots are now leading workouts for the elderly  Yahoo! Singapore23 hours ago

When Singapore looks like Beijing

Singapore is starting to look like Beijing or New Delhi. That's because you can't see it through the haze. Smog has disrupted outdoor events, forced schools to close and sent commuters running for their surgical masks. Singaporeans know why.
 Livemint.com11 hours ago When You Can't See Singapore, It Looks Like Beijing  Bloomberg View1 day ago You Can't See Singapore When It Looks Like Beijing: Nisid Hajari  XinMsn1 day ago
Channel NewsAsia

Third-party apps lead to calls to ensure 'level playing field' for taxi drivers

SINGAPORE: The introduction of third-party apps in the Republic's taxi industry have led to calls to ensure a "level playing field" for taxi drivers. New Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan had announced in a blog post last Friday (Oct 2) that the ...
 Channel NewsAsia12 hours ago
Information Week

US Dominates In Cloud Data Centers, China Second

The US and China host 54% of the growing number of cloud data centers around the world, a new report finds. Singapore and Dublin are also significant hubs. 7 Worst Cloud Compliance Nightmares (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) The US ...
 Information Week13 hours ago Data Centers Found Primarily in the U.S., China  EWeek3 days ago
Channel NewsAsia

Financial institutions have role to play in promoting sustainable development: MAS

SINGAPORE: Financial institutions have a role to play in supporting efforts to promote sustainable development, said the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Monday (Oct 5). Its statement comes as paper and palm oil product manufacturers come ...
 Channel NewsAsia14 hours ago
Channel NewsAsia

MOM could adopt sectoral approach in policy-planning: Teo Ser Luck

SINGAPORE:The Manpower Ministry could adopt a sectoral approach in its policy-planning to address the impact of cost on businesses, said Minister of State for Manpower Teo Ser Luck, who added that his priority is to look into how labour costs impact ...
 Channel NewsAsia15 hours ago
CHINAdaily Europe

Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal reached, official says

This file photo in February, 2014, shows participants in the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations in Singapore. [Photo/IC] ATLANTA, Oct 5 - Pacific trade ministers have reached a deal on the most sweeping trade liberalization pact in a generation ...
 CHINAdaily Europe15 hours ago
Channel NewsAsia

Number of people diagnosed with eczema up, even before haze

SINGAPORE: Kayla Lim is among the 20 per cent of children of school-going age who suffer from eczema. In mild cases, the skin is scaly, red and itchy, while in severe cases, the skin can blister or even bleed. The five-year-old's skin flared up ...
 Channel NewsAsia16 hours ago
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