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Broadway Malyan to design China's global R&D centre

by Cheryl TayBroadway Malyan, a leader in architecture, urbanism and design practice, has secured a brief to provide design services for the development of a global headquarter, visitor, r

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Office leasing activity remains stable: C&W

by Cheryl TayOffice leasing activity remained steady across the region, backed by declining Grade A vacancies, while rental rates modestly increased in most markets, according to Cushman &

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Nikki Beach to conquer Asia Pac market

by Cheryl TayIn a bid to establish a larger presence in the Asia Pacific region, Singapore-based Castlewood Group will expand its lifestyle brand, Nikki Beach, with a spa, beach club and hotel in

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Phuket lures Singaporean buyers

By Andrew Batt: Singaporean property buyers were snapping up holiday homes in Phuket, Thailand, during the first quarter of the year according to newly released research from Knight Frank Thailand

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Private home sales highest since 2009

By Romesh Navaratnarajah: TOP NEWS: Excluding executive condos (ECs), private home sales in Singapore for the month of April 2012 reached 2,487 units, its highest level since July 2009 when 2,772

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Keppel in share swap with Mapletree for Keppel Bay and Harbourfront Towers

December 30, 2015 7:24 PM

SINGAPORE – Keppel Corporation and Keppel Land have agreed to acquire the remaining 30 per cent interest in Harbourfront One, which holds Keppel Bay Tower, from Mapletree Investments for about S$180.9 million.

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Bizview: Today's top business news

December 30, 2015 7:00 PM

Singapore Q4 GDP growth likely slowed to 1.3% year-on-year: Economists

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Local bourses flat amid thin trading, STI closes 3 points down

December 30, 2015 6:26 PM

SINGAPORE – Local shares continued to trudge through into the new year on Wednesday, ending the session flat amid thin trading.

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Julius Baer says it will pay US$547 million to end US tax probe

December 30, 2015 5:11 PM

NEW JERSEY (BLOOMBERG) – Julius Baer Group Ltd, Switzerland’s third- largest wealth manager, said it expects to pay about US$547 million (S$771.4 million) to settle a U.S. investigation of how it helped Americans evade taxes, clearing the way for other Swiss banks to resolve similar criminal probes.

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Indonesia to start trading bond futures in Q1 2016, tighten rules on foreign venture capital

December 30, 2015 3:57 PM

JAKARTA (REUTERS) – Indonesia will start trading bond futures as early as the first quarter of 2016 and introduce new rules for foreign venture capitals, officials at the Financial Services Authority (OJK) said on Wednesday.

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