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WHILE the wage-to-gross domestic product (GDP) ratio of many advanced economies has been declining over the years, Malaysia is still playing catch-up despite seeing steady growth since 2005.
JAKARTA/SINGAPORE (Reuters): A plan by the Group of Seven nations to counter Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative has been welcomed by countries in China's immediate orbit of influence but will need to overcome doubts about Western commitment to emerging market projects.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Amid Singapore's slowest population growth since independence, not only are more Singaporeans staying single, even those who marry are having fewer babies.
Underprivileged women from Taman Medan in Petaling Jaya are earning extra money from cookie sales, thanks to the Cookies For A Cause initiative.
In enforcement operations over two days in a few locations, 34 cyclists were caught flouting rules on roads.
SINGAPORE (Reuters): Grab Holdings, Southeast Asia's ride-hailing to delivery giant, is considering a secondary listing in its home market of Singapore after completing a Nasdaq listing via a US$40 billion SPAC merger, three sources familiar with the matter said.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Grab Holdings, Southeast Asia's ride-hailing to delivery giant, is considering a secondary listing in its home market of Singapore after completing a Nasdaq listing via a $40 billion SPAC merger, three sources familiar with the matter said. Listing on Singapore Exchange would enable Grab to have an investor base close to where its regional business is based, the people said, potentially offering its customers, drivers and merchant partners easier access to trade its shares. Grab, a household name across Southeast Asia, is in the early stages of considering a secondary listing in the city-state, said the sources, who declined to be identified as they were not authorised to speak about the matter.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Two-and-a-half years after Singapore's fourth-generation (4G) ministers named him their leader, and just under two years since he was named Deputy Prime Minister in preparation for the top job, Heng Swee Keat has decided to step aside.
Former gold medalist aims to help rhythmic gymnast students reach their peak performance through a programme that focuses on the total development of mind, brain, and body.