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Chen Lin

Singapore to host cruises to nowhere from November

08 Oct 2020

SINGAPORE Singapore is launching cruises to nowhere from November, as the travel hub tries to kick-start a tourism industry battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

Singapore's economic decline seen slowing in third quarter, central bank on hold

07 Oct 2020

SINGAPORE Singapore's economic decline is expected to have slowed significantly in the third quarter as the city-state loosened coronavirus curbs, giving the central bank room to keep monetary settings unchanged when it meets next week.

POLL-Singapore's economic decline seen slowing in Q3, c.bank on hold

07 Oct 2020

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Singapore central bank seen keeping monetary policy on hold on recovery hopes: Reuters poll

30 Sep 2020

SINGAPORE Singapore's central bank will likely keep policy settings steady in October on hopes the economy will recover as the financial hub further loosens coronavirus curbs and on expectations fiscal policy will be the main driver of a rebound, a Reuters poll showed.

Pandemic-hit Singapore Airlines launches plane dining and takeaway cabin food

29 Sep 2020

SINGAPORE Singapore Airlines plans to turn one of its grounded jumbo jets into a pop-up restaurant and offer home-delivered plane food as part of a series of initiatives to try an re-engage customers who have not been able to travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Singapore's August factory output beats expectations on electronics boom

25 Sep 2020

SINGAPORE Singapore's industrial output in August rose 13.7% from a year earlier, surging past economists' expectations as electronics production rose at its fastest pace in nearly three years, official data showed on Friday.

Travellers snap up Asian airlines' scenic 'flights to nowhere'

17 Sep 2020

SYDNEY/SINGAPORE Qantas Airways Ltd said a seven-hour scenic flight over Australia's Outback and Great Barrier Reef had sold out in 10 minutes, as it joined a growing trend in Asia offering "flights to nowhere" that take off and land at the same airport.

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