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Singapore, KL to work out six-month rail link suspension

Singapore, KL to work out six-month rail link suspension

Both governments working on GPS-based approach procedures for Seletar Airport too.

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Legal heavyweights to face off in tribunal

Legal heavyweights to face off in tribunal

SC Tan Chee Meng to prosecute case, while former A-G Walter Woon joins defence team.

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Businessman, firm cleared of importing logs without permit

Businessman, firm cleared of importing logs without permit

Rosewood logs worth US$50 million were imported by Singaporean Wong Wee Keong and his firm Kong Hoo from Madagascar without a permit.

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Court rejects bid by motorist to pursue personal injury claim

Court rejects bid by motorist to pursue personal injury claim

The High Court has rejected an injured motorist's bid to pursue a personal injury claim against a car insurer, pointing out he had signed a discharge voucher releasing the insurer from any further liability.

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Singapore, Malaysia suspend overlapping port limits

Singapore, Malaysia suspend overlapping port limits

Malaysia and Singapore mutually suspended the implementation of their overlapping port limits on Monday, going back to the port limits in place prior to Oct 25, 2018 and Dec 6, 2018 respectively.

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Maritime award clinched by woman lawyer for the first time

Maritime award clinched by woman lawyer for the first time

Gina Lee-Wan, partner and co-head of the Maritime and Aviation Practice at Allen & Gledhill, was this year listed among the inaugural batch of select practitioners recognised as senior accredited specialists in Maritime and Shipping Law by the Singapore Academy of Law.

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[MYR] Renewed interest in Myanmar mining

2019 has seen the issue of the first exploration permits in Myanmar since a 2016 moratorium was lifted in July 2018, reopening access to one of Southeast Asia’s final mining frontiers.

PDPC-CCCS discussion paper on data portability

The Discussion Paper sets out the views of the consultant, London Economics, on the benefits and impact on consumers, businesses and competition, should a data portability requirement be introduced in Singapore.

New laws regulating waste in Singapore to be introduced this year

The Resource Sustainability Bill aims to support economic opportunities in innovative circular business models and the rising demand for resource recovery in Singapore and the region.


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