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Changes to Singapore’s stamp duty regime

By Lisa Lim and Wong Ying-chung, Central Chambers Law Corporation

Singapore seeks transparency on control and ownership

By Ronnie Tan and Wong Ying-chung, Central Chambers Law Corporation

Easier for venture capital funds in Singapore

By Wong Ying Chung and Lisa Lim, Central Chambers Law Corporation

Singapore’s conduit to overseas opportunities

By Ronnie Tan, Central Chambers Law Corporation

The investor’s purpose in VC, funds industries

By Ronnie Tan and Sara Liew, Central Chambers Law Corporation

Brexit: minimum impact likely for Singapore

By Ronnie Tan, Twang Kern Zern and Sara Liew, Central Chambers Law Corporation

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Pressing need for regulating cryptocurrencies

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