Daily Archives: 2008-10-22

    Breaking News: Proposals to restructure minibond notes received by MAS
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    MAS studying proposals and assessing its merits. Read More…

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    WP concerned about “class action suit” by investors
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    WP urges investors to seek recourse through FIs and Fidrec first. Read More…

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    MP Chan Soo Sen’s Uni presence sends wrong signal
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    Former MOS for Education claims he didn’t know Uni was unaccredited. By Choo Zheng Xi. Read More…

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    West Coast University
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    If my presence there had given the university credibility, that was not my intention. MP Chan Soo Sen, who was the guest of honour in unaccredited university’s graduation ceremony.

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    WP does not support Elected Presidency still
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    The Workers’ Party supports amendments to Constitution but rejects office of Elected President. Read More…

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    Malaysia – UUCA: Gov’t stands firm on anti-politics stance
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    M’sian minister tells students not to get involved in politics. By Malaysiakini. Read More…

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    Democracy in S’pore – a complete myth
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    It’s a myth that Singapore is a democracy, a complete myth.                                                                           Bob Amsterdam            

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    84-page minibond prospectus
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    TOC makes Lehman minibond prospectus available to readers. Read More…

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