Monthly Archives: February 2010

Going forward
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We have made good progress in the past in our productivity drive and that is why we have been able to move our economy forward and have good jobs for many Singaporeans. Teo Chee Hean

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The coming around of Chee Soon Juan and SDP?
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“But having witnessed the trajectory of Chee’s political career – from the toil of libel suits, bankruptcy and relentless criticisms to the merrymaking last night – it was a kind of a miracle to behold.” – Martyn See Read More…

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A minister must fall in the process of change, says NSP sec-gen
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An economist by nature, Mr Goh Meng Seng compares the political system to a marketplace and feels that the opposition must be the spurs in the PAP’s hinds to make the latter more competitive. Fang Shihan Read More…

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Sembawang Park homeless lady gives birth to baby girl
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Side-stepping the death penalty
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It is virtually the prosecutor who decides on the penalty through varying the grammage – and the judge is little more than a rubber stamp, feels Alex Au Read More…

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MFA puzzled by Romanian diplomat’s remarks
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MFA responds to media queries about the comments made to the media by Dr Silviu Ionescu Read More…

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Who pays for increase in foreign workers’ levy?
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The hike in foreign worker levy may affect a company’s bottomline but consumers too will feel the heat. “If we are in business we can’t keep on absorbing costs without raising prices, that’s the reality.” Channelnewsasia

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Malaysian economy – the worst is yet to come
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“I am deeply concerned that the continuous reliance on massive spending will take us down the road to economic serfdom,” says Anwar Ibrahim Read More…

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HDB to Goh Meng Seng:
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We are unable to forward you a copy of the survey questionnaire. Research & Planning Department, HDB

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Practices surrounding the death penalty for drugs troubling
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“We have no reason to believe that the drug figures would have been worse had the death penalty not been mandatory.” – Professor Michael Hor, NUS Law Faculty Read More…

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