The Singapore position as reported by Singapore's Channel News Asia:
"The Correction Direction requires Mr Bowyer to carry in full, the correction notice at the top of his Facebook post," it said.
The office is part of the Infocomm Media Development Authority and oversees the administration of the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA).
Aimed at combating the spread of deliberate online falsehoods, POFMA took effect at the beginning of October, five months after it was passed in Parliament in May.
"Mr Bowyer’s post contains clearly false statements of fact, and undermines public trust in the Government," said MOF.
"It is necessary to state this for the record: GIC and Temasek operate on a commercial basis, and the Government is not involved in their individual investment decisions," the ministry said.
The Australian position, as described in an op-ed by Louisa Lim, journalist and academic, in the New York Times: