include("cmp.php");
Archive for the ‘Business’ Category
[Bloomberg] Giant Sucking Sound? That’s Singapore Retail

[Bloomberg] Giant Sucking Sound? That’s Singapore Retail

The giant sucking sound building up in Singapore’s empty shopping aisles just got louder. After a 174-year run, John Little, a well-loved department store, plans to shut down by January. Completing the karmic circle of birth and death, Amazon.com Inc. may start operations in the city in the first quarter. That’s... 

Why Trump may not be as protectionist as his campaign rhetoric suggest

Why Trump may not be as protectionist as his campaign rhetoric suggest

Here is a reason why I think Trump may not be as protectionist as his campaign rhetoric suggest. Let’s look at the fiscal stimulus. The infrastructure spending plan is around US$550b spread over 5 years – a boost to the GDP by 0.5% a year. His campaign tax plan to benefit both households and business adds another... 

Why anti-PAP supporters should not rejoice in an era of Brexit and Trump victory

Why anti-PAP supporters should not rejoice in an era of Brexit and Trump victory

Not so fast. Can’t discount 50 years of PAP induced utilitarian voter psychology. Money walks, talks, makes Singaporeans forever grateful for pieces of crumbs. Politics of tax and spend, distribution and redistribution are entirely alien to politically uneducated Singaporeans. Jokes aside, the bankruptcy of centre-right... 



Member Services
Self-SupportMembers LoginSelf-Support
Sponsored Advertisement
Search On TR Emeritus
Sponsored Advertisement
Announcement
Advertisements
Visitors Statistic
Latest Statistic
Advertisement

UA-67043412-1