Singapore seizes 26 tons of pangolin scales
Singapore has made the largest seizure of pangolin scales in its history. Endangered pangolins are the world's most trafficked mammal.
The Boeing 737 Max 8 plane
The recent crash of an Ethiopian Airline aeroplane has brought so much attention to the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. Here are some key facts about the American-made narrow-body aircraft:
Boeing's lost $24 Billion in market cap in two days
Boeing’s crisis of confidence continues with a growing number of countries and airline carriers suspending flights of the 737 Max 8 aircraft. The suspensions include the governments of the EU, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, India and Malaysia. But not the U.S. yet.
Wirecard: Why the German digital payment firm is under fire
Three reports by the Financial Times have accused Wirecard's Singapore office of forgery, falsification of accounts and money laundering. A probe has now been opened into the journalist who made the accusations.
Singapore’s shrinking stock exchange
Singapore has long competed with Hong Kong for the title of Asia’s top financial center, and while the city-state has strengthened its position as a wealth hub, its stock market status has fallen.
Singapore set to pick finance chief Heng as premier Lee’s successor
Singapore is expected to tap Finance Minister Heng Swee Keatas the de facto successor to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday, kicking off the city-state’s third leadership transition in its 53-year history.
Global leaders are pretty worried about trade
Here's what some of the key commentators had to say about trade on day one of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore.
Trump speaks about Kim summit, next steps: Full briefing
U.S. President Donald Trump gives a press conference in Singapore about his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the path of future negotiations.
U.S. President Donald Trump given early birthday surprise during visit to Singapore
There was an early birthday surprise for U.S. President Donald Trump during his lunch meeting with Singapore leaders on Monday (June 11).
Singapore might be known for its ban on chewing gum but did you know it also has six of the world's best bars plus 47 Michelin stars? This island city-state is a melting pot of cultures and that fusion drives an innovative and adventurous bar and dinning scene. Welcome to Singapore...