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Investing Intelligently In An E-Commerce Company: Challenges & Potential Innovations
By 2027, Singapore's e-commerce market is predicted to grow five-fold – to at least US$5.4 billion (S$7.5 billion), according to a study by Google and Temasek Holdings.
Singapore
13 Dec 2017
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The Liberalisation Of The Private Education Sector In ASEAN
Parents want the best education for their children, and those in the nations of Southeast Asia (ASEAN) are no different.
Singapore
12 Dec 2017
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MAS Proposes Change To The Industry – Wide Borrowing Limit For Unsecured Credit
On 30 September 2016, the Monetary Authority of Singapore issued a consultation paper inviting comments on a proposed change to the industry–wide borrowing limit for unsecured credit.
Singapore
10 Oct 2016
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Educating South East Asia
Private equity investors are increasingly looking to the education sector to make sizeable investments, with high growth expectations driven by increasing demand for education and the introduction of new, innovative models of education.
Singapore
24 Feb 2016
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Singapore Law On Automotive Emissions Standards And Automobile Product Liability
On 18 September this year, US regulators announced that Volkswagen ("VW") had installed a so-called "defeat device" in many VW diesel vehicles sold in America.
Singapore
9 Dec 2015
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Amendments to the Retirement Age Come into Force in Singapore
On 11 January 2011 the Parliament of Singapore passed the Retirement Age (Amendment) Bill. Once the Bill comes into force the current Retirement Age Act (Cap 274A) will be renamed the Retirement and Re-employment Age Act (the ‘Act’). In addition to reflecting the wider scope of the amended Act, the new title also alludes to the primary aim behind the amendment, which as explained by Mr Gan Kim Yong during the Second Reading is to enhance ‘financial security in old age’ and to allow Singapore’s a
Singapore
 
12 Apr 2011
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Phone Driving- To Use Or Not To Use
Phone Driving - all of us have heard about phone driving, drivers brought to book, fined, having their hand phones forfeited, and suffering 12 demerit points entered against their driving record.
Singapore
4 Dec 2006
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Duty of Care by Advisor to Fund can Exist in Absence of Contractual Relationship
In creating the web of contractual relationships when structuring a fund, commercial parties often have a fund managed or advised by a party who is in turn advised by a separate party who has no contractual relationship with the fund. This is often done to achieve tax efficiencies or when a 'white labelling' arrangement is envisaged.
Singapore
17 Nov 2006
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