The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is looking to implement a new minimum share price requirement for mainboard companies starting from March 2015. The changes come after recommendations made by the MAS and are designed to reduce speculation and market manipulation.
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Sharon Tan, the City Harvest Church Finance Manager explained in court on Wednesday that Xtron had planned to give CHC discounts of up to $10 million on rental. The court was shown Tan’s statements from 2010 when she spoke to the Commercial Affairs Department. During her 2010 statement, she had said that the church was paying Xtron advance rental of $56 million for 8 years as the rental for the church premise was $7 million a year.
Online coupon buying site Streetdeal Singapore Pte Ltd has been fined $25,000 for acting as a travel agent without a valid license. It was also responsible for promoting another business sell travel deals despite that business not being a licensed travel agency. The Singapore Tourism Board brought proceedings against Streetdeal after if found that it was carrying on business as a travel agent without a license.
On December 10, 2013, Uruguay became the first country in history to fully legalize recreational cannabis countrywide. Since then, the country has been working out the details of their impending retail market, and although they've recently announced delaying legal cannabis sales to 2015, they're still doing an admirable job of paving the road for other countries to follow. Which leads us to the logical question: Which countries will be the next to follow in Uruguay's footsteps? At Leafly we're keeping an eye on these 10 countries who are showing promising signs of full legalization in the near future. Here's hoping our predictions come through and that another 10 will soon be on deck to follow suit.
About 190 Chinese graduates of master's degrees from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University attended a convocation ceremony and received their diplomas in Beijing on Saturday. This year, 360 Chinese students graduated from NTU's seven master's degree programs and a fellowship program, including Master of Science in Managerial Economics, Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in Financial Engineering, Master of Education, Master of Science Technopreneurship and Innovation Program.
I seldom share Fabrications About The PAP posting but the following really makes me laugh. Instead of blaming HDB or rather, PAP's past CORRUPTED minister in charge of HDB of such poor quality HDB flat, they tried to blame WP Town Council! My response to these PAP IBs... Make up your mind. Isit due to "act of time" or man-made "nice square" For concrete to fall like that is unusual unless inferior cement was used in the construction phase.
A Norwegian national who was here for a business meeting and holiday was jailed one month on Tuesday for kicking a police officer. Staale Lie Jorgensen, 34, was also fined $3,000 for punching and kicking a hotel staff at Naumi Hotel where he stayed on May 10 this year according to The Straits Times.
Some Singaporeans blame foreigners for all their woes. Can't get a job? Foreigner took my job. Car too expensive? Foreigner bid up the COE. House too expensive? Foreigner pushed up the price. The truth is that he probably lost his job to a more talented Singaporean. The vast majority of cars each month are bought by Singaporeans - foreigners find it too ridiculously expensive.
Like many other Singaporeans I was shocked reading recently about the mother and the former London Metropolitan detective she hired to help her recover her child and how easily they were able to enter Singapore illegally (see link). The mother had obtained a court order in the UK giving her custody of her son but the boy’s father had successfully applied for an injunction in Singapore to prevent her taking the child who resides with his grandparents.