In an attempt to cushion the effects of rising interest rates and tame house prices, which are at all-time highs, the Singapore government rolled out a new set of cooling measures at 11.40 pm on Sept 29, which came into effect at midnight."The property market is now closer to an inflection point, amid slowing economic growth, rising living costs and interest rates, says Lam Chern Woon, head of research & consulting at Edmund Tie. “The final straw that breaks the housing camel’s back would be an
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Learn about NUS's offerings and explore a variety of world-class postgraduate by coursework programmes at a two-day virtual education fair with 14 booths, 14 masterclass sessions, 23 information sessions, and more than 30 distinguished speakers.SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 1 October 2022 - More than a tourist destination, Singapore is renowned for being an academic hub in Southeast Asia. It is home to the National University of Singapore (NUS), a top-tier university with cutting-edge research fa
Reliance Jio will launch a budget laptop priced at $184 (15,000 Indian rupees) with an embedded 4G sim card, aiming to replicate the success of its low-cost JioPhone in India's highly price-sensitive market, two sources told Reuters. Jio, India's biggest telecom carrier with more than 420 million customers, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The laptop will be available to enterprise customers such as schools and government institutes from this month, with a consumer launch anticipated within the next three months, sources said.
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India has deferred the imposition of taxes on dirtier and unblended retail fuel at a time when it is trying to contain surging inflation, which is already above the central bank's comfort level. India deferred imposition of a 2 rupee ($0.025) tax on every litre of gasoline not mixed with 10% ethanol by a month, a government order said on Saturday. In February, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced imposition of the tax from Oct. 1.