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ROWSLEY LTD. (SGX:A50)



ROWSLEY LTD. (A50.SI) has changed the issuer name / code to THOMSON MEDICAL GROUP LIMITED (A50.SI) with effect from 2018-04-30.

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The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-08-19 13:34:28
The Singapore Market This Week: Thai Beverage Public Company Limited Leads the Pack Down
Singapore’s stock market barometer, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), fell 2.3%, or 75.3 points, to 3,209.4. Of the 30 index components, 23 were in the negative territory while the remaining seven were in the positive region. Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92) was the biggest loser of the lot, tumbling 10.4% to S$0.645. During the week, the beverage company announced its financial results for its fiscal third quarter. Thai Beverage’s revenue grew 34% year-on-year to THB 60.7 billion during the quarter, but its profit attributable to shareholders plunged 61% to THB 6.0 billion. The fall in the bottom line was due to lesser earnings from the spirits and beer businesses, higher net loss from the non-alcoholic beverages business, and drop in contributions from Fraser and N
Alpha Marketing
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2015-12-18 15:16:11
Why Your Retirement Plans are Good News for Iskandar Malaysia
One big trend that is highly positive for Iskandar Malaysia is Singapore’s aging population. According to Singapore’s Department of Statistics, there will be 900,000 residents aged 65 years and above by 2030 on the city state. This effectively creates 2 outcomes. The first is that Singapore, with its low birth rates and an aging society, has to continue its policy of population growth via immigration. The old age support ratio (OASR) was 6:1 in 2014, which means there were 6 working adults to support each retiree in the country. By 2030, this could fall to 2:1, which would be disastrous for economic productivity. A clear example of that today is Japan, where the economy has stagnated for over 2 decades. To avoid a similar fate, Singapore would continue pursuing population growt





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