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Singapore: FairPrice is cutting prices of 50 items, and freezing the prices of 100 – here’s the full list of products, from diapers to roti prata

One of Singapore’s largest supermarket chains is dropping the prices of 50 “essential” products under its housebrand to help Singaporeans manage costs of living. These 50 products are part of a basket of 100 essential products that will have their prices frozen until June 30 next year, NTUC FairPrice said on Monday (March 18). The […]

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At age 8, children in Singapore are youngest globally to get first internet device – and online safety is a growing concern, Google study finds

With technology so interwoven into our daily lives, the days when children only play five stones and capteh are slowly fading away. Many are now immersed in a virtual world which offers endless libraries of cartoons, videos and games – and they’re starting at a really young age, it seems. In Singapore, the average age in which children […]

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Singapore: Debt payment behaviour of Singapore’s construction sector worsens in Q4 2018: study

THE construction sector in Singapore saw worsening debt payment behaviour as less debt was paid on time while delinquent debt almost doubled in the fourth quarter of 2018.      However, payment behaviour was largely stable across other sectors though DP Information Group cautioned in a media statement on Monday that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) […]

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