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EU-Singapore trade deal: Firms need more clarity on potential perks

EU-Singapore trade deal: Firms need more clarity on potential perks

The hard work to hammer out a trade deal between the European Union and Singapore is almost complete but some firms are still in the dark about the potential benefits.

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Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) enters into force on 30 December 2018

It brings together 11 economies from both sides of the Pacific and establishes Singapore’s first preferential trade agreement with Canada and Mexico.

Green light for European Union's FTA with Singapore

Green light for European Union's FTA with Singapore

Pact will do away with nearly all Customs duties; two more agreements with S'pore get go-ahead.

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Malaysia govt vessel, Greek carrier collide in Singapore waters

Malaysia govt vessel, Greek carrier collide in Singapore waters

An MPA spokesman said there were no reports of an oil leak. MPA is investigating the incident.

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Tricky process to bring American Brochez back to Singapore in HIV registry leak case

Tricky process to bring American Brochez back to Singapore in HIV registry leak case

Lawyers say American lover of doctor in HIV Registry leak case not subject of arrest warrant nor facing OSA charges.

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Gleaning lessons from dispute over Pedra Branca

Gleaning lessons from dispute over Pedra Branca

Legal trio say excellence in international law, teamwork key in protecting nation's interests.

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Singapore, China to set up mediators' panel for Belt and Road projects

Singapore, China to set up mediators' panel for Belt and Road projects

Singapore and China have agreed to set up a panel of international mediators that will help resolve disputes arising from projects under China's Belt and Road Initiative.

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[GBR] Brexit and Capital Markets: Considerations for a 'no deal' Brexit

This briefing highlights some key questions to consider should the UK cease to be an EEA country on 29 Mar 2019 without any transitional or special arrangements. 

Court of Appeal upholds setting aside of investor-state arbitral award

Swissbourgh Diamond Mines (Pty) Limited and others v Kingdom of Lesotho [2018] SGCA 81 was the first time the Singapore courts allowed an application to set aside an investor-State arbitration award on the merits.

Supreme Court Case Summary: Swissbourgh Diamond Mines (Pty) Ltd and others v Kingdom of Lesotho [2018] SGCA 81

CA rules that Permanent Court of Arbitration tribunal had no jurisdiction to hear their investment treaty claim against Lesotho.

[GBR] Effect of changing sanctions regime on sanctions exclusion clauses

Mamanochet Mining Limited v Aegis Managing Agency Limited and Others [2018] EWHC 2643 (Comm) highlights the significant potential for conflict between EU and US sanctions regimes following the US withdrawal from the JCPOA.

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