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Article Acesian Star, Takenaka proceeding for arbitration over T4 dispute
By: NISHA RAMCHANDANI,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  07/06/2018

Acesian Star and Takenaka are proceeding for arbitration at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre over the T4 payment dispute.
Takenaka is being represented by BlackOak LLC and Pinsent Masons MPillay, while Acesian Star is represented by cLegal and Sim Chong.   (702 words)
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Article Managing your tax bill
By: LORNA TAN INVEST EDITOR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (INVEST)  14/07/2019

Appeals can be made online via the "Request Penalty Waiver" e-service at (e-Services Individuals).
You can also appeal for a waiver of late payment penalties through the "Enforcement helpline" at 6356-7012 when this service is available by the year end.   (970 words)
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Article Cross-border e-payment sector hotting up / Overseas payments up: Banks
By: AW CHENG WEI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  23/08/2019

A DBS spokesman said that the bank has seen a 15 per cent compound annual growth rate over the past four years across the entire DBS debit and credit cards portfolio in terms of foreign currency spend growth.   (852 words)
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Article WP trio appeal to public for funds to fight cases
By: RACHEL AU-YONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  25/10/2018
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The Workers' Party (WP) town councillors embroiled in a multi-million-dollar civil suit over alleged improper payments have raised at least $65,000 to pay their legal fees, after launching a crowdsourcing appeal yesterday evening.   (410 words)
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Article Chinese developer, MBS going to trial over $3.5m debt
By: GRACE LEONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  05/03/2018

"If not for Liu Jian's affidavit, I would have dismissed this appeal, but the questions raised require a consideration on the merits, and after a full trial," said the judge.
MBS had disputed Mr Luo's claims that it demanded payment only two years after it advanced credit on Oct 28, 2015.   (473 words)
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Article Take your pick of insurers' new co-pay riders / Lower premiums with co-payment features
By: LORNA TAN INVEST EDITOR,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (INVEST)  14/04/2019

Financial experts say this should discourage over-consumption of healthcare services and result in consumers playing a more active role in choosing their medical providers and treatments.   (2056 words)
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Article Insurance co-payment may not solve issue of over-consumption
The Business Times  The Business Times  (OPINION)  14/03/2018

The government's rationale in introducing the co-payment feature was that full riders encouraged a so-called "buffet syndrome", which results in the over-consumption, over-servicing and over-charging of healthcare services that will lead to faster and larger increases in medical costs.   (545 words)
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Article Social enterprise accused of failing to pay freelancers, others
By: JAMIE LEE,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  17/12/2018
But in the six months or so that followed, Imaginem did not make payment.
She then filed a claim through the Small Claims Tribunals, and the tribunal has ordered Imaginem to pay up the outstanding fees.
But Ms Aw's situation points to the disproportionate fees behind enforcing the judgement over small overdue fees owed to gig workers.   (1220 words)
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Article Ex-NSP chief appeals against summons over $206k loan
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  19/12/2018
Politician says plaintiff gave him money as down payment for iron ore deal, not a loan
Former National Solidarity Party (NSP) chief Lim Tean has appealed against the issuance of a writ of summons over a loan of US$150,000 (S$205,720) he had allegedly not repaid.   (582 words)
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Online Western Australia Supreme Court dismisses AusGroup unit's payment claims for iron ore project
By: NG REN JYE,   The Business Times Online  The Business Times Online  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  06/05/2019

Published on 06 May 2019 09:49:23

WESTERN Australia's Supreme Court has on Friday dismissed AusGroup's wholly owned subsidiary, AGC Industries' claims of payments owed by Karara Mining for work carried out by AGC Industries at the Karara iron ore project in Western Australia.   (139 words)
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