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Singapore Exchange tightens audit rules for listed companies

Bourse says oversight role for accounting watchdog will protect investors

The SGX Centre in Singapore: The city-state's stock exchange regulator is tightening rules for auditors at locally listed companies in hopes of reducing accounting and governance missteps.

SINGAPORE -- The Singapore Exchange has tightened rules for listed companies appointing auditors, as it tries to prevent a repeat of recent corporate governance lapses in the city-state.

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