23 February 2011
The China Post
While the top tax rate of 20 percent has not changed, many of the really big earners in Singapore are still better off than their counterparts in Hong Kong. The key level for those in the salary stratosphere is SG$491,587 or US$386,043, of chargeable income a year.
KPMG's head of international executive services, Ooi Boon Jin, calculated that those whose chargeable income exce ... Read more »
10 February 2011
Free Malaysia Today
09 February 2011
Five former Chinese table tennis players will represent Singapore for the first time in the upcoming Qatar Open in Doha this week.
They left for Doha early Tuesday, local Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao reported Wednesday.
Zhan Jian, a 29-year-old male from China's central province of Hubei, first played as a member of the Chinese national team in 1998. Li Hu, 22, was on the Chinese men's nat ... Read more »
08 February 2011