Daily Archives: 2008-10-20

MAS never said products are risk-free – MAS Dep Chairman
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Deputy Chairman of MAS explains the Government’s position on structured products. Read More…

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Mis-selling 101 – a respond to minister’s remarks
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How does the govt define “mis-selling”? By Leong Sze Hian Read More…

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Minibonds – please don’t sue
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All financial institutions, everybody will freeze and take legal defensive actions and then ‘your affected investors will have to wait weeks if not months, maybe even years before they can have recourse. I don’t think that’s the best approach’. Lim Hng Kiang, who Read More

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Structured products – difference between S’pore and Hong Kong
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Rachel Chung takes the MAS to task. Read More…

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Suicide statistics – the young and the stressed?
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What’re the causes of suicides in S’pore, asks Leong Sze Hian. Read More…

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Why sue? Because…
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In Singapore, opposition politicians have the right to criticise the government and government leaders, but that does not entitle them to tell lies or defame. MICA spokesman K Bhavani

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TOC YOUTH WEEK: Yes to elites but no to elitism
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15-year old Pearl Lee questions the education system. “We should not question the presence of elites. A society needs elites in order to progress, but a society definitely does not need elitism, the bashing of the elites themselves, and unequal and unmeritocratic education policies.” Read More…

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