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As one of the fastest developing regions, Asia experiences new waves of activities that drive innovation. Leading global and regional companies are constantly looking to expand their regional presence through Singapore with key activities and announcements. Keep abreast with the latest developments today.

Singapore Business News

Asian businesses must accept the new risk reality of climate change
Opinion

Asian businesses must accept the new risk reality of climate change

Asian businesses must pursue climate resilience to survive the sustainability risks facing the region, says DNV GL executive vice president and chief sustainability officer Bjørn Haugland.

TOP HEADLINES

Internship opened her window to the world; With Asia's growth, international companies are looking to the region to establish bases and for talented people to lead them. The Economic Development Board has in place talent-grooming programmes so that Singaporeans can meet the demand for business leaders. In the final of a seven-part series, Arti Mulchand talks to three people involved in such programmes.
The Straits Times (Singapore)

From hotels to ships and next - aircraft; With Asia's growth, international companies are looking to the region to establish bases and for talented people to lead them. The Economic Development Board has in place talent-grooming programmes so that Singaporeans can meet the demand for business leaders. In the final of a seven-part series, Arti Mulchand talks to three people involved in such programmes.
The Straits Times (Singapore)

The salesman who became president; With Asia's growth, international companies are looking to the region to establish bases and for talented people to lead them. The Economic Development Board has in place talent-grooming programmes so that Singaporeans can meet the demand for business leaders. In the final of a seven-part series, Arti Mulchand talks to three people involved in such programmes.
The Straits Times (Singapore)

New plan, rethink for Jurong Island; With mega-projects of the past few years completed, new growth will come from speciality chemicals, where projects are smaller but more knowledge-intensive
The Business Times Singapore

Falling value and output raise questions about S'pore chemicals hub; Chemicals' value added has fallen from its peak of S$7.36 billion in 2004 to S$3.98 billion in 2013
The Business Times Singapore

Updated: Nov 24, 2014

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