Almost 70 percent of Singaporeans aged between 21 and 37 say they don’t have a structured savings plan to fund a home purchase, and therefore live with their parents.
One of Dole Philippines Inc.’s biggest pineapple production and canning operations will start to get power from the fruit’s waste in an effort to cut costs and boost sustainability.
Asia’s richest man – oil-and-telecom tycoon Mukesh Ambani – is set to give away his daughter Isha to billionaire Ajay Piramal’s son, Anand.
Remittances to low- and middle-income countries are projected to jump by almost 11 percent this year to a record of $528 billion in 2018, according to the latest edition of the World Bank’s Migration and Development Brief. This increase is on top of a 7.8 percent gain last year.
The Philippines will seek China’s help in halting the proliferation of counterfeit cigarettes, its Department of Finance said.
Opinion: The looming insolvency of once-mighty commodities trader Noble Group Ltd. is an overdue reckoning for a company that has long sailed close to the wind.
A younger Cabinet with tech- and media-savvy members would put more focus on making Singapore a “smarter” nation and may even cut corporate and personal taxes.
Singapore will slow the government sale of residential land sites in the first half of 2019 because supply has spiked and demand has cooled after the imposition of further property curbs.
Christmas will be a little less merry this year for Filipinos as soaring prices force many families to scrimp on festive food and gifts.
Singapore Exchange Ltd. is rejigging its listings team as it seeks to boost its international footprint and fend off competition from regional bourses.
Asian shares posted their biggest monthly gain in 10 months in November on hopes U.S.-China trade tensions would ease and on expectations of fewer U.S. rate hikes in the coming quarters. Investors were expecting the Trump-Xi meeting in the G20 summit to provide some breakthrough in the trade talks and
"However, this is better seen as a temporary truce, while structural issues surrounding U.S.-China trade relations have not been resolved yet." The White House said on Saturday President Donald Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping that he would not boost tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese
Top Philippine oil refiner Petron Corp exported a diesel cargo in November in a rare move, and offered a December-loading shipment, trade sources said on Monday. Petron sold a November-loading diesel cargo with 50 parts-per-million (ppm) sulphur for export, the first time in several years, they said