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The planned purchase of food court operator Food Junction Management by BreadTalk Group has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS).
Two women have been arrested for their suspected involvement in the importation and possession of a massive haul of counterfeit cosmetics and perfumes.
A Paya Lebar retailer has been fined $750 for displaying personal mobility devices for sale (PMDs) which did not comply with Singapore laws.
Luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton is suing two Belle International subsidiaries for copyright infringement.
Singapore has become a hotspot for business email scams and malicious web addresses, according to cyber-security firm Trend Micro.
Singaporean retailer Iuiga defends its use of Muji’s trademark on its website.
Muji has filed a lawsuit against Singaporean retailer Iuiga alleging trademark infringement.
Online marketplace Carousell plans to use new technology to identify and block fraudsters.
From midnight tonight, Singapore duty-free allowances will be cut by about a third for returning travellers.
French luxury group LVMH is suing a wine merchant in Hong Kong over an alleged trademark infringement.
The Consumers Association of Singapore (Case) says it has received complaints against Fashion Interactive, an e-commerce site selling footwear in Singapore.
Burberry and Louis Vuitton have lost their appeal in a trademark dispute against local transport company Megastar Shipping.