Singapore home prices seen to dip on cooling measures to cool the property market could drag prices of private residential properties down by as much as 30 per cent over the next year, analysts warned.
Singapore-listed container shipper Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) has turned down reports that it was placing another bid for a stake in German shipping firm called Hapag-Lloyd.
With a sincere intention to cultivate a more eco-friendly mindset, five printer manufacturers in Singapore launched a recycling effort called Project Homecoming.
Printer brands that have participated in the Project Homecoming are: Canon, Brother, Lexmark, Dell and Epson, which have launched the initiative in support of the National Environment Agency and the National Library Board.
Owners of the four- and five-room Housing & Development Board (HDB) flats in Singapore will have to pay S$5 to S$29 more in 2012, as the annual values of housing board flats revised upwards.
It may be noted here that property tax payable is computed on the basis of annual values of the property.
Singapore Airlines' new budget carrier Scoot has announced that its first route will be between Singapore and Sydney.
The new low-cost offshoot of Singapore Airlines has plans to start daily services on the Singapore-Sydney route from sometime in the middle of 2012.
Singapore’s Housing & Development Board (HDB) on Thursday announced seven build-to-order (BTO) projects that will offer a total of 4,200 new flats.
The projects have been announced for Bedok, Bukit Panjang, Hougang, Punggol and Yishun. New projects include Golden Cassia in Bedok town, Acacia Breeze in Yishun, and Fajar Spring in Bukit Panjang town.
The recently-released figures from the Department of Statistics have revealed that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for October was 5.4 percent, making it the fifth straight month to have witnessed inflation in excess of 5 percent.