SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s central bank has been studying the potential risks posed by cryptocurrencies, but there is as yet no strong case to ban trading of the digital coins in the city-state
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s government is seeking to amend a law that led to shortened sentences for church leaders convicted of misusing millions of dollars, in a case that has gripped the
By Fathin Ungku and John Geddie SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Armed officers patrol a train station where television screens and giant posters warn of the threat from militants.
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By Fathin Ungku and Aradhana Aravindan SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s anti-corruption watchdog said it is reviewing the country’s primary anti-graft law.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Slower rates of labor force growth in Singapore are unavoidable, the city-state’s central bank head said on Monday, and any attempt to completely offset it by increasing foreign
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Sergio Garcia produced a masterful display of bogey-free golf over 27 holes on Sunday to open his season with a five-shot victory at the weather-disrupted Singapore Open, the