Latest in Tag: singapore Highlight
Latest in Tag: singapore
Trump calls meeting ‘mission of peace’ before also arriving in city-state
New processing centres designed to meet the growing demand for digital payments around the world
Samsung presented breakthroughs in picture quality, design, smart features and premium audio
The Minister is to visit Singapore for promoting possible investment opportunities in Egypt
Royal for International Trade intends to export 20,000 tonnes of citrus fruits in 2017, up from 16,700 tonnes last year, a target growth of 20%. The chairperson of the company, Shady El Adawy, said that Royal exports its products to 20 companies worldwide, with plans to penetrate five new markets in 2017 as part of …
Emerging economies offer more opportunities to start or grow a business, according to 44% of expat entrepreneurs
The president praised Singapore’s multiracial and peaceful living model; his Singaporean counterpart seeks investment in Egypt
The bankruptcy of the Cho family-run South Korean shipping company Hanjin has left dozens of gigantic container ships stranded at sea, and merchants worried that the goods they ordered may not reach them.
Michael Phelps was expected to win the 23rd gold of his Olympic career, but the American suffered a shock defeat at the hands of 21-year-old Joseph Schooling.
In a fresh report, World Economic Forum researchers have identified a group of seven nations, which are the most efficient globally in unleashing the power of digital innovation. Germany is not among them.
United Overseas Bank (UOB) has suspended loans to anyone wanting to buy property in London. Singapore’s third largest lender says uncertainty from Britain’s vote to leave the EU should make investors cautious.
70% of Middle East and North Africa population do not have bank accounts: Suleiman
Singapore’s Ambassador in Cairo believes Egypt could be a hub for investments if it activates the new investment law
Egyptian president declines to comment on Al Jazeera trial in television interview, as part of Singapore trip
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met on Monday with his Singaporean counterpart, Tony Tan, and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and invited them to visit Egypt. Al-Sisi also discussed with Lee cooperation in the energy, water, technical education, investment and maritime ports sectors. During his meeting with Singaporean businessmen, Al-Sisi said that his visit expresses …
CDB to provide $100m loan to finance SMEs, further Chinese grant of $30m for remote satellite sensing, says minister
President’s three-day visit will discuss cooperation on port development, water resources management
Presidential visit will discuss bilateral maritime, education and water resource cooperation
Military helicopters and private navy launches have secured ships’ crossings on Saturday
Egypt was confirmed to join the China-backed bank in April and became one of the 57 founding members
Korean delegation to visit Cairo in August will consider investment increases and invite Egypt to attend investment conference in Japan
Voicing concern that the Ukraine crisis could hurt the world economy
Reuters – Qatar announced contracts worth about $23bn on Thursday to buy attack helicopters, guided missiles, tankers and other weapons from Boeing Co, Airbus and other arms makers as the Gulf state accelerates its military build-up. The world’s top liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter announced deals with about 20 global companies, including firms from the …
Singapore shipping line to reroute its East Asian freight to Djibouti ports
Brent North Sea crude for delivery in June sank $1.42 to $103.05 per barrel in London afternoon deals.
Singapore (AFP) — Singapore’s trade-driven economy contracted by 1.1 percent in the second quarter from the previous three-month period as debt woes dampened European demand, a government estimate showed Friday. The unexpected contraction, down from 9.4 percent growth in the preceding quarter, was largely due to an output drop in the biomedical manufacturing industry, the …
New Delhi (AFP) — Singapore’s prime minister on Wednesday urged India to press ahead with economic reforms and added that foreign investors need a “predictable” environment in which to invest their money. Visiting Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong’s comments in New Delhi come as foreign investors have expressed growing concern about India’s paralysed reform process, policy …