We thank Ms Eunice Nah for her feedback in the letter “Verification process during bank calls risky, inconsiderate” (Oct 6). She expressed concerns over a phone conversation...
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I wish to clarify some misconceptions about dynamic pricing and the Global Positioning System (GPS).
The letter “Single flag-down fare system puts cabbies, passengers on equal ground” (Oct 18) was a perfectly succinct response to our taxi woes.
The survey result that nearly one-third of Singaporeans over the age of 55 have not begun saving for retirement is alarming. (“44% of Singaporeans have not started saving for...
I refer to the report, “Nutrition guidelines set for food, drink ads aimed at children” (Oct 1). Such a policy should have been enacted years ago, as we should be more forward...
When the National Stadium was being built, there was much hype. But now, instead of having a world-class stadium that we all can be proud of, we are now hanging our heads in...
Despite the deregulation of our taxi industry to encourage competition, any improvement in service level so far does not seem to be very significant. Supply appears to still be...
I am a serial entrepreneur who established several ventures in the United States, going back to 1982, and one of them — from 2000 to 2006 — hit the jackpot.
I do not see the merit of a more complicated dynamic scheme to charge taxi fares. (“Use dynamic instead of fixed taxi surcharges”; Oct 15)
To free up more land for public transport and infrastructure, our Government should consider a zero vehicle growth rate. (“Growth rate of vehicles to be halved”: Oct 17)