China state-owned firms enjoyed faster earnings growth in the first seven months of 2014. -Reuters
China's anti-monopoly regulator said on Wednesday it has ordered 12 Japanese auto part and bearings makers to pay fines totalling $250 million for manipulating prices. -Reuters
President Cristina Fernandez on Tuesday unveiled legislation that seeks to push bondholders to swap defaulted debt for new notes governed by Argentine law. -Reuters
Developers are expected to take a keener interest in future state land tenders in Jurong Lake District - whether for residential, commercial or hotel projects. -BT
DBS Bank has been named the best bank in the Asia-Pacific region, according to Global Finance magazine's World's Best Banks 2014 Awards. -BT
Singapore stocks danced to the upbeat tune in the region yesterday. -My Paper
Owners of four-room Housing Board flats can now sell part of their lease back to the Government to supplement their retirement income. -ST
Owners can sell part of lease back to Govt to supplement retirement funds. -ST
The Minimum Sum has been progressively raised for each cohort since 2003, upsetting Singaporeans. -ST
Central Provident Fund (CPF) members will soon have the option of withdrawing part of their CPF savings in a lump sum after they retire. -ST

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