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Graphic: Aging like Japan

Singapore’s aging trend is on pace to look worse than Japan’s demographic of 2016

Economic recovery: Now that the night seems over…

Uchenna Uwaleke

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For an economy that witnessed five quarters of negative GDP growth in a row, a growth rate of 1.40 per cent (year on year) in the third quarter of 2017 after recording 0.55 per cent (later revised …

Samsung Heavy a picco: in crisi l’industria dei cantieri

Il terzo più grande costruttore navale del mondo, la Samsung Heavy Industries subisce un crollo record alla borsa di Seoul dopo aver previsto perdite a sorpresa e annunciato un piano di vendita di azioni.

“La caduta della domanda per ordini,

Tracy Grimshaw makes statement on Ben McCormack trial

With Ben McCormack’s trial now over, A Current Affair’s Tracy Grimshaw has revealed how staff on the show reacted to the discovery of their colleague’s arrest on child porn charges.

McCormack, who was a reporter on the show, was arrested …

مدرسة المستقبل

التطور والتقدم من السمات البشرية التي خص بها الله سبحانه وتعالى البشر، والملاحظ عند تتبع مقدار التطور خلال عشر السنوات الماضية نجد أن وتيرة هذا التطور أصبحت تتسارع بشكل يحتم على أفراد المجتمع مواكبته بصورة يومية، فقديمًا كان التطور يتم …

Singapore drone frees your fingers to take photos

SINGAPORE: As more people shoot pictures and videos from consumer drones, researchers in Singapore have found a way round the frustrating task of framing and taking photos while manually piloting the craft.
More than 2.8 million consumer drones are expected …

Indonesian police seek confirmation of wanted militant’s death in Syria

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JAKARTA: Indonesian police and analysts have expressed doubts over the reported death of Indonesian militant Bahrun Naim.
Naim, who has previously been linked to several foiled terror plots in Indonesia and Singapore, is believed to have joined Daesh …

Samsung Heavy in new rights offering to cut credit risks, shares plunge

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries announced its second rights offering in two years to lessen the risk of tighter credit conditions and forecast a fourth straight year of operating losses, prompting a near 30 percent slide in its shares.…