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Apex court dismisses bid for by-election in Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC

Apex court dismisses bid for by-election in Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC

No requirement for by-election when a single vacancy arises in a GRC, says court.

Beware 'class warfare' approach to taxes

Beware 'class warfare' approach to taxes

Imposing more taxes on the rich ends up hurting the middle class.

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2 charged over scheme linked to purported cryptocurrency

2 charged over scheme linked to purported cryptocurrency

In a statement yesterday, the police said this is the first case of its kind.

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GP clinic suspended from Chas for non-compliant claims

GP clinic suspended from Chas for non-compliant claims

Joash Family Clinic and Surgery has made numerous non-compliant Chas claims, such as claims for patient visits with no relevant supporting documentation, according to audits conducted by the ministry.

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Can the Hyflux restructuring be resurrected?

Can the Hyflux restructuring be resurrected?

The focus now should be for stakeholders and creditors to give the firm time and space to find an alternative white knight by the end of April.

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Singapore's enhanced mediation promotion scheme

From 1st Apr 2019, Singapore will provide supplementary funding to parties who choose mediation as an alternative to litigation for IP-related disputes.

MOF consults on corporate income tax treatment of variable capital companies (VCCs) in Singapore

A VCC will be treated as a company and a single tax entity under the Income Tax Act, subject to such modifications and rules made under the Act.

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Infrastructure: A force for good in Asia

Infrastrucure, when done right, can affect healthcare and quality of life of peoples and nations. It is important to not lose sight of this, even as we focus on the legal aspects or the legal documentation.

Papua New Guinea state fails to wrest control of US$1.4b stake

Papua New Guinea state fails to wrest control of US$1.4b stake

The government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has lost its protracted battle in the Singapore High Court to wrest control of an entity with assets worth about US$1.4 billion (S$1.8 billion) that were spawned from a deal inked with the "largest mining company in the world".

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