MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines today, July 22, 2015

People browsing the stalls at Natas Travel’s three-day event from March 6-8 earlier this year.
People browsing the stalls at Natas Travel’s three-day event from March 6-8 earlier this year. PHOTO: NATAS TRAVEL

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break today and which we think you'd be interested in.

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Natas to announce travel deals and tie-ups

The National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (Natas) is holding a briefing on Natas Holidays 2015 today. The holiday fair is being held at Singapore Expo from July 31 to Aug 2, and will feature travel deals mainly for the year’s end.

A breakaway group of travel agents is holding its own fair at Marina Bay Sands from Friday to Sunday (July 24 - 26). - MELISSA LIN

CapitaLand Mall Trust Q2 results out

CapitaLand Mall Trust (formerly CapitaMall Trust) will be releasing its quarterly results today. PHOTO: ST FILE

CapitaLand Mall Trust will be releasing its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30 in the morning. It will also host a media and analysts’ briefing. - JACQUELINE WOO

Frasers Centrepoint Trust to release Q3 results

Frasers Centrepoint Trust will announce its Q3 results. PHOTO: FRASERS CENTREPOINT

Frasers Centrepoint Trust will be announcing its third quarter results to June 30 after the close of trading on the stock market. - RENNIE WHANG

Deadline for Greek approval of reforms

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras will have to get the Greek Parliament to approve a second reform package by tonight. PHOTO: REUTERS

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until tonight to get Parliament to approve a second package of reforms as demanded by the country's international creditors. The government submitted the legislation to Parliament yesterday to start talks on the measures. Once it passes muster, Greece should be able to wrap up bailout talks with international lenders by Aug 20, officials said. 

Myanmar, rebel groups resume peace talks

Rebel soldiers of the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) examine weapons and ammunition at a military base in Kokang region, on March 10, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS

The Myanmar government and ethnic armed groups today resume talks seen as a last-ditch attempt at a nationwide ceasefire accord. A long-running peace process between the government and multiple rebel groups has foundered in recent months following the signing of a draft ceasefire deal in March and analysts see little chance for an accord before an election in November.