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Air Canada to Acquire 4 Former Singapore Airlines A330s
Air Canada is adding four semi-new aircraft to its fleet. In 2019, the carrier will acquire four Airbus A330s from TAP Air Portugal. The planes were originally acquired by TAP from Singapore Airlines in 2017, however, since TAP is expected to take delivery of the newerA330-900neo, it’s sending the A
Hong Kong Vs. Singapore: Which Stock Market Has Been the Better Performer? -- The Motley Fool
As you can see, the STI rose 121% since from 1 May 1992 through late September, while the HSI surged 401% for the same period.
Defence minister Sitharaman meets ADMM-plus counterparts in Singapore
Singapore, Oct 19 (UNI) Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday met US Defence Secretary James Mattis and her counterparts from the ASEAN, Japan and Australia, and discussed ways to strengthen bilateral and regional defence relations.
European Union, Singapore Sign Free-Trade and Investment Pacts
The EU and Singapore will remove tariffs, reduce technical barriers, and provide better opportunities in services and government procurement under the deals, the Singapore government said in a statement Friday.
Singapore is ranked the best place in the world for expats, and after visiting I can understand why
If you had told me six months ago that Singapore was ranked the number one place in the world for expats to move, asHSBC Expat did in its annual report released last week, I would have laughed in your face.
The Weekly Nibble: Valuation of the Singapore Stock Market
Last week, Singapore’s stock market benchmark, theStraits Times Index(SGX: ^STI), fell by 141 points, or 4.4%. On Thursday (11 October) alone, the index declined by 2.7%.
[Poll Results] Singapore’s Prime Minister Should Not Earn More than S$325,000 A Year
Last month, the unwillingness of Singapore’s government to disclose the full salary of Singapore’s ministers caused much uproar. Singapore’s prime minister is estimated to earn as much as S$2.7 million from 2013 to 2017 but it could be more, because of a Special Variable Payment that the ministers c
How the New Fiat-Crypto Exchange Makes Singapore More Favorable to ICOs
Singapore’s third ranking as the most favorable country for successful initial coin offerings (ICOs) has just gotten better. Binance, the leading cryptocurrency exchange in the world, with a trading volume comparable to Nasdaq, has introduced a fiat-cryptocurrency exchange in the country.
Vijayawada airport to begin flights to Singapore from Oct 25
The Vijayawada airport is all set to launch flights to Singapore from October 25, in what is being seen as a big leap in the civil aviation sector for the bifurcated state of Andhra Pradesh. According to media reports, the Vijayawada - Singapore IndiGo flights will be available twice a week on Tuesd
Going duty free could draw visitors to Sri Lanka, says Singapore retailer
ECONOMYNEXT - Sri Lanka could be made into a shoppers’ paradise by becoming a duty free country, said Patrick Chong, Chairman, Luxasia Group, a Singapore based beauty retailer.
Russian defense minister arrives in Singapore on official visit
"During his stay in Singapore, the Russian defense minister will attend the 5th Defense Ministers’ Meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and ASEAN eight Dialogue Partners," Rossiyana Markovskaya, Shoigu’s spokeswoman, told reporters.
Singapore Has 180,000 Millionaires and 1,000 of Them are ‘Crazy Rich’
People in Singapore are literally becoming crazy rich, a new report suggests.The island city-state has 183,737 millionaires, and about 1,000 have more than $50 million, according to Credit Suisse Research Institute’s2018 Global Wealth Report.
Singapore PM says post-Brexit trade deal with Britain possible
October 19, 2018 / 7:20 AM / Updated 28 minutes ago LONDON (Reuters) - Singapore and Britain can do a trade deal after Brexit, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday, adding that he would be prepared to extend the terms of the Asian country's recently agreed deal with the European Union to th
Singapore PR CPF Salary Cut & Bonus – How many percentage of salary goes to CPF?
For those who just recently become a Permanent Resident in Singapore, well congratulations!
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman holds bilateral talks with her US, ASEAN counterparts in Singapore - Republic World
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday held a series of bilateral meetings with her counterparts from ASEAN nations and US Defence Secretary James Mattis on the sidelines of ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meet in SingaporeDefence Ministers from ASEAN countries and that of Australia, China, Japan, N
Singapore outclasses Hong Kong when it comes to minimum home size
Singapore, which is smaller than Hong Kong in land area, is seemingly more generous when it comes to minimum standards for living space.
A Better Healthcare Stock To Buy: Raffles Medical Group Ltd Vs. Singapore O&G Ltd (Part 1)
Raffles Medical is a leading integrated private healthcare provider in the region. In Singapore, it has a large network of clinics and medical centres, in addition to its flagshipRaffles Hospital,which provides tertiary medical care. The company also has medical facilities beyond Singapore in 12 cit
Aircraft Takeoff Sound Effects - Changi Airport Singapore
Recording 18 Aircraft Takeoff Sound Effects at Changi Airport, Singapore at nightIf you follow my journey around the world and use already several of my recordings, maybe you came across my aircraft library about theaircraft landing sound effects from Chiang Mai, Thailand or from LAXLos Angeles.I al
Volocopter Will Begin Testing its EVTOL in Singapore Next Year - Rotor & Wing International
Volocopter, formerly known as e-volo, will validate the ability of its electric-vertical-takeoff-and-landing (EVTOL) air taxi to operate within Singapore’s inner city environment in 2019.
Singapore is building daycare centers for all its youngest children
In the next five years, the government’s goal is to help create 200,000 spots for babies as young as two months to six years in large centers that dot the island. These schools can hold anywhere from 300 to 1,000 children.