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Manulife seeks to revive S-Reit IPO
Manulife started pre-marketing on Tuesday for an initial public offering in Singapore of its US office real estate investment trust, having failed at the first attempt just nine months ago. Bankers familiar with the situation suggest the deal could …
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5G is looming, but network innovations are needed far more urgently
Indoor coverage and capacity are the major challenges for operators as enterprises go mobile-first and consumers use mobile data devices at home and in workplaces and leisure venues. Starhub plans to deploy its HetNet in 40 commercial buildings, …
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Latest Singapore Office Buildings News

Empty offices and falling rents spell further gloom for landlords
SINGAPORE: Office buildings in the city fringes may be increasingly left vacant as tenants seek the opportunity to move into Grade A premises in the Central Business District (CBD) with rents weakening amid an onslaught of incoming supply. Pundits …
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Charter Hall stakes its top developer claim in Melbourne's CBD
The church land is next to another potential development play, an A-grade office building at 150 Lonsdale also owned by Charter Hall that will give the fund control of the "holy hectare", a major CBD development parcel in the city's northern sector …
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Architects also hurting from real estate woes
Aedas hires more than 300 people in Singapore, and undertakes regional work ranging from master planning to commercial, residential and mixed-use developments and infrastructure. Mr Ang said that the firm was fortunate to have recently won a few …
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Latest Singapore Office Buildings News

Bob Williams looks back on the long legacies he'll leave behind
Few Vancouverites have had such a profound legacy on building communities in British Columbia as Bob Williams. Now 83 years old, the former municipal and provincial level politician has been actively working in the private sector for the past 30 years …
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CAO, Sinarmas among RHB picks of small-cap gems
Among those at the handbook's launch yesterday were (from right) Mr Meng, China Aviation Oil CEO, Mr Hew, Fu Yu CEO, Mr Ong, RHB Research Singapore head, IPS Securex chief operating officer Brandon Lee and Mr Ng, Sinarmas Land executive director. Mr …
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Manulife revives office Reit IPO plan: report
CANADIAN financial services group Manulife has started pre-marketing for an initial public offering (IPO) in Singapore of its US office Reit (real estate investment trust), a plan it had shelved for nine months due to market conditions. It is now said …
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Latest Singapore Commercial Buildings News

'Abandon FTTN for FTTdp': Internet Australia Calls For NBN Rethink
“In 2007 a government was elected that undertook to build a modern broadband network delivering cable all the way to more than 90 per cent of the nations premises,” Internet Australia CEO Laurie Patton observed, making the call for a bipartisan NBN …
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Huawei, StarHub clock fastest 4G indoors
… on smart devices. “Indoor digital networks will be just as indispensable as running water and electricity for buildings." Commercial trials of the solution are ongoing, and StarHub aims to deploy it when supported phone models reach Singapore's shores.
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Fitch: Risks Emerge from Chinese Insurers' Offshore Investments
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, April 17 (Fitch) Rapid growth in overseas investment by Chinese insurers could lead to rising risks in a number of areas, including asset-liability duration and currency …
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Gold Coast developer Tony Smith and his strange journey
By 1996 he had renamed his company BreakFree and moved with his wife Simone to the Gold Coast, where he bought the management rights to a string of Surfers Paradise apartment buildings which became BreakFree branded destinations. To finance the …
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AAI calls off talks with Singapore agency on Ahmedabad, Jaipur airports
NEW DELHI: National airports operator AAI has terminated discussions with a Singaporean government agency to operate and maintain Ahmedabad and Jaipur airports, a proposal which was mooted during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Singapore …
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