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TDCX Inc. Enters into Definitive Merger Agreement for Going-Private Transaction

Hastings Tribune 01 Mar 2024
SINGAPORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 1, 2024-- ... The Special Committee negotiated the terms of the Merger Agreement with the assistance of its financial and legal advisors ... Goldman Sachs (Singapore) Pte ... ASIA PACIFIC SINGAPORE.

Is London left behind in IPOs?

Invezz 29 Feb 2024
LSEG). Schwimmer shares his view on IPO market ... in recent months ... Earlier this week, Shein – a fast fashion retail giant based out of Singapore was reported considering a listing in London after facing regulatory and legal challenges in New York ... ....

Govt not taking legal action to reclaim Batu Puteh, says Azalina

Malaysia Today 28 Feb 2024
(FMT) – Law and institutional reform minister Azalina Othman Said has said that the government is not pursuing any legal action to reclaim Batu Puteh, which was awarded by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to Singapore in 2008.

Carbon capture: progress that’s getting the industry buzzing

Offshore Technology 28 Feb 2024
ICM and Equatic to build world’s largest ocean-based carbon removal plant in Singapore ... Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, GIC, recently invested in Storegga, a UK company working on projects in the CCUS space.

Chose Gujarat over Singapore but faces caste bias: JP Morgan Vice President

Madhyamam 27 Feb 2024
Choosing Gujarat, leaving behind my life in Mumbai and the chance to move to Singapore, I never thought I'd face such discrimination.’Anirudh Kejriwal also said he would take legal action in order to ...

Xcelerate raises $25 million from Fedrated Hermes, others 

Financial Express 27 Feb 2024
Singapore-based Xcelerate, parent company of legal compliance service provider Aparajitha, on Tuesday said it raised $25 million (around Rs 207 crore) from private equity firm Federated Hermes and others ... Chandra not cooperating, Sebi tells SAT ... .
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After decades touting openness, Singapore sees foreign meddling threat

Al Jazeera 27 Feb 2024

Seatrium in $134 million settlement over Brazil’s Operation Car Wash

Seatrade Maritime News 26 Feb 2024
Singapore yard group Seatrium has agreed to a BRL671 million ($134.3 million) settlement over corruption allegations in Brazil related to Operation Car Wash ... Seatrium investigated over corruption by Singapore authorities.

Wolters Kluwer appoints Megan Mulia as Managing Director for Tax & Accounting Asia Pacific

The Joplin Globe 25 Feb 2024
Wolters Kluwer TAA enables tax, accounting, audit, legal, HR and corporate affairs professionals to drive productivity, navigate change, and deliver better outcomes for their stakeholders and clients.

How the world executes its worst criminals: Methods of capital punishment used around the world from...

The Daily Mail 25 Feb 2024
In the US, it remained the primary means until the 1890s - and still today the practice is mostly unchanged where it is legal in countries including Japan and Singapore ... Singapore.

Critics: 'Singapore Washing' of Chinese Companies Piles Dirty Laundry in City-state

Voa News 23 Feb 2024
Aya Adachi, director of Mapping China, tells VOA that Singapore introduced a new legal structure in 2020 called the Variable Capital Company or VCC, which was intended to attract the assets of fund ...

Cumulus Media Inc. Adopts Limited-Duration Shareholder Rights Plan

Enid News & Eagle 22 Feb 2024
The limited-duration Rights Plan was adopted in response to the significant accumulation of Cumulus Media stock by Renew Group Private Ltd., an entity based in Singapore (together with its affiliates, the “Group”).

Marcos: Govt, ride-hailing firm work to legalize motor taxis, relax regulations on TNVS

The Manila Times 21 Feb 2024
said the government is working with Singapore-based ride-hailing firm Grab to legalize motorcycle taxis and to relax regulations ...

Govt, Grab working to legalize motor taxis

The Manila Times 21 Feb 2024
said the government is working with Singapore-based ride-hailing firm Grab to legalize motorcycle taxis and to relax regulations on transportation network vehicle services (TNVS) in the country.

Australia wants navy boats with lots of weapons, but no crew. Will they run afoul ...

Phys Dot Org 21 Feb 2024
In particular, where crucial sea lanes are very close to the coast—such as in the Malacca Strait between Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia—ships or other vessels without navigational rights may not have a firm legal footing for passing through.

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