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Singapore just beat Germany to join IMD list of top 10 most talent competitive economies for the first time

Singapore was the only Asian country in the top 10, beating Germany, which now sits in 11th place.

Singapore beats Tokyo and Sydney to take top spot in APAC investment market: ULI and PwC

Singapore saw a 73% year-on-year growth in the first half of the year to US$4 billion in deals.

200 young leaders will get to meet Barack and Michelle Obama in Malaysia this December

They will be in KL for the event from December 10 to December 14.

Singapore had the second-most visitors in APAC last year – making it more popular than KL, Tokyo and Hong Kong

The number of Chinese travelling in Apac surged to 62.4 million from 10.5 million 9 years ago.

Singapore’s Jewel helps put it in Lonely Planet’s list of top 10 best places to visit in APAC – here’s who else made the list

The top five destinations include Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and the Cook Islands.

Singapore police officer to lead new Interpol counter-terrorism unit

The Asia-Pacific team will start with six officers, including the Singapore Police Force representative, each skilled in various aspects of fighting terrorism.

Ungracious? Singaporeans have been ranked the 4th kindest travellers in Apac

While Singaporeans try to be as accommodating as possible on a flight, there are also certain kinds of passengers who get on their nerves, including drunks and seat-kickers.

Singapore just dethroned the US as the world’s most competitive economy – here’s what put it at #1

The report ranked Singapore third place in the world for government efficiency, behind Hong Kong and UAE.

There were more than 30,000 flights between Singapore and KL in one year – and 15 of the 20 busiest international routes are in APAC

It is also one of the world’s shortest routes - with a flight time of just over an hour.

Facebook wants to teach people how to live in a digital world with a new programme launched in Singapore

Facebook said it aims for the programme to "train" 1 million people in the Asia Pacific region by 2020.