Manulife: Cost of living is top contributor to debt

According to the latest investor sentiment survey conducted by insurance company Manulife, 69% of the Singapore investors regret not planning their investments better. 27%...

Chan Chun Sing: Be “open minded”, changing job is the norm

Due to the government's inability to ensure job security, Minister of State Chan Chun Sing called for Singaporeans to be "open minded" and that...

Singapore recession sees collapse of familiar brands like Tiger Airways and ANZ Bank

Singapore's worsening recession has just claimed the collapse of two familiar long-time brand - Tiger Airways and ANZ bank. Tiger Airways' (Tigerair) aerospace operations will be merged...

TAFEP: Retrenchment is sometimes inevitable

In a media statement today (Feb 2), Singapore's Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) said that retrenchment in Singapore is sometimes...

Singapore Air Show a failure, no mega deal signed

Singapore's latest biennial Air Show this year has turned out to be a failure with no deal worthy of mention. The Singapore government's state-owned...

Government force commuters to go cashless by March

Effecting next month in March, the Singapore government will be removing all cash top-up services at the passenger service centres of every train station....

UOB to sue property developer for misrepresentation after massive defaults

Singapore's United Overseas Bank (UOB) is suing property developer Lippo Marina Collection (LMC) for misrepresenting the sales prices of 38 condo units in Sentosa...

Economic Research: PAP will increase GST to raise more revenue

International economic research company BMI research concluded in its report that the Singapore PAP government will raise GST in order to raise more revenue...

Temasek Holdings made billion dollar losses after selling NOL

Singapore's Temasek Holdings made at least a billion dollar losses after selling the national shipping line Neptune Orient Line (NOL) to French conglomerate CMA...

Latest GDP result below MAS’s expectation

The Singapore economy just posted a 1.7% GDP growth in the latest quarterly result today - way below the expectation from the Monetary Authority...

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I was born in a society where I often hear "ignorance is bliss". In Singapore, I hear the same phrase from the teachers when...