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BRUSSELS: The gloves came off in the latest round of Brexit talks, with the European Union asking the UK to come clean on the money it owes and British negotiators exasperated at what they see as the EU’s stubbornness.
LONDON: The UK’s opposition Labour Party wants Britain to stay in the European Union’s single market for an extended period after it leaves the bloc, a shift in its position that could undermine Prime Minister Theresa May’s efforts to deliver her vision of Brexit.
BRUSSELS: British officials arrive in Brussels on Monday to push the EU towards talks about their post-Brexit ties, which the bloc refuses to do without an agreement first on London's exit bill and other divorce issues.
LONDON: Britain will urge the European Union on Monday to show "imagination" in Brexit talks and help focus discussion on future ties rather than on a divorce settlement.
SINGAPORE: NetLink NBN Trust, the broadband unit of Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), rose slightly above the offer price in its market debut in an IPO that is the largest the city-state has seen in four years.
LONDON: Imagination Technologies Group Plc said it continues to hold preliminary talks with potential buyers as the company looks to sell itself after Apple Inc said it would stop using its graphics technology.
SAN FRANCISCO: Robert Bosch GmbH has won orders from Apple Inc to supply the next iPhone with some of its motion sensors, according to a person familiar with the deal, a potential blow to InvenSense Inc, currently the main supplier of those smartphone components.
Think Asian - By Andrew Sheng
LAST month, Professor Michael Heng argued in Singapore that in order to achieve the Asian Century, there is a need for Asian cultural-intellectual rejuvenation. Heng’s lecture was in the tradition of NUS Dean Kishore Mahbubani’s 1998 challenge – “Can Asians think?”