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Catch up

10 February 2014 By Una Galani

The city-state has proposed new trading rules after last year’s painful penny-stock crash. Plans include an independent body to vet listings, minimum trading prices, collateral requirements, and disclosure of short positions. Mostly, it looks like playing catch-up with Hong Kong.

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