Daily Archives: 2012-05-06

Human Rights Watch: Singapore should commute death sentence in drug case

President Dr. Tony Tan Keng Yam of Singapore should commute the death sentence in the heroin possession case of Yong Vui Kong, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to President Tan Keng Yam. Should he deny what could be a final request for clemency, Yong Vui Kong, a 20-year-old Malaysian national, could be executed within weeks.In November 2008, …

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Making life insurance products transparent and affordable

~ By Felix Ling ~ After reading the reported argument by Manulife CEO’s analogy “The Lesson about putting a car on the moon”, in relation to whether to import fee-based system for insurance sector here, I would like to share my experience and understanding about life insurance distribution channel; mainly on the commission-based tied agency system here. In Singapore, large majority …

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