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  Singapore Encyclopedia Article @ ACBTU.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Singapore was expelled from the federation after heated ideological conflict developed between the state government formed by PAP and the federal government in Kuala Lumpur.
Singapore is also diverse, with the Singaporean Malays, who are the indigenous native group of the country, constituting 13.9%, though this number includes many Malay ethnic groups from other parts of the Malay archipelago including the Javanese, Bugis, Baweans and Minangkabau.
Singapore is a small and relatively modern amalgam of an indigenous Malay population with a third generation Chinese majority, as well as Indian and Arab immigrants with some intermarriages.
www.acbtu.com /encyclopedia/Singapore   (5020 words)

  
 Singapore
As Singapore is a small and relatively modern amalgam of an indigenous Malay population with the majority of third generation Chinese, Indian and Arab immigrants.
Singapore is a republic with a Westminster system of a unicameral parliamentary government, with the bulk of the executive powers resting in the hands of a cabinet of ministers led by a prime minister.
Singapore was hit hard in 2001 by the global recession and the slump in the technology sector, which caused the GDP that year to contract by 2.2 %.
www.gipsymoth.org /IVC_Singapore.asp   (3556 words)

  
 Singapore Resource Center - singapore airlines
Singapore is a diamond-shaped island separated from the Peninsular Malaysia by the Tebrau Straits.
Singapore was hit hard in 2001 by the global recession and the slump in the technology sector, which caused the GDP that year to contract at308 cities and technology from babylon to singapore by 2.2 percent.
Singapore is ranked second globally in terms of containerised traffic with 21.3 million twenty-foot equivalent units handled in 2004, and retains her position as the world's busiest hub for transhipment traffic.
www.taxgloss.com /Tax-Banks_P_-_S-/Singapore.html   (3867 words)

  
 Singapore:OPINION - Set up free-speech venues
The Singapore police should be commended for the gentlemanly civility and restraint they have demonstrated in dealing with the two Raffles Place talks.
Singapore society has developed by leaps and bounds since the laws were written.
Singapore is a densely-populated, fast-moving city, and speakers who choose to address a crowd at, say, Bedok Town Centre, would be making a grand nuisance of themselves.
www.singapore-window.org /sw99/90120st.htm   (1470 words)

  
 Singapore - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore (Malay: 'Republik Singapura'; ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore (Malay: 'Republik Singapura'; Chinese: 新加坡共和国, Pinyin: Xīnjiāpō Gònghéguó; Tamil: சிங்கப்பூர் குடியரசு, Ciŋkappūr Kudiyarasu), is an island country and the smallest country in Southeast Asia.
Singapore's Changi International Airport is one of the largest aviation facilities in Asia, serving 179 cities in 57 countries.
Singapore is an aviation hub, acting as a stopover point for the 'Kangaroo route' between Australasia and Europe.
www.millvalleycaus.com /details/Singapore   (6135 words)

  
 Hemlock
Singapore is therefore no more a democracy than Hong Kong (where the government is appointed by Beijing).
In Singapore, opposition politicians who ask awkward questions can be (and have been) sued for libel by ruling politicians and convicted (and bankrupted) by a judiciary that mysteriously consistently sides with the government.
Neighbourhoods that vote in low numbers for the ruling party receive lower government funding for public facilities in retaliation for their lack of gratitude — in flagrant violation of the basic democratic principle that the government is accountable to all its people, not just its voters.
www.geocities.com /hkhemlock/mus-sin.html   (920 words)

  
 Gardening Supply, Gardening Gift, Gardening Gloves - Shopping, Services and Information at GARDENINGIWORLD.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Singapore, formally the Republic of Singapore (Malay: Republik Singapura; Chinese: 旰加坡共和国, Pinyin: XÄ«njiāpō Gònghéguó; Tamil: சிங்கப்பூர் குடியரசு, CiŋkappÅ«r Kudiyarasu), is an island city-state and the smallest country in South-East Asia.
The taxable GST was increased to 4% in 2003 and to 5% in 2004.
The Gurkha Contingent of the Singapore Police Force, with its members recruited from Nepal, is a counter-terrorist force in the country.
www.gardeniworld.com /wiki3-Singapore   (6141 words)

  
 SW:Ties fray as S'pore cools towards Indonesia
By testing the mettle of B.G. Lee and the prime minister, Goh Chok Tong, the crisis is giving Singapore's second-generation leaders the chance to emerge from the shadow of the elder Lee--and to reinforce their own leadership credentials.
But the younger prime minister hasn't substantively altered Singapore's diplomatic role in the region: It remains a small state, run primarily by ethnic-Chinese leaders, that touts the open market and is nervously surrounded by larger Islamic neighbours.
Singapore had its first entry at the Cannes Film Festival in 1996, a decidedly gritty look at life in a public-housing block.
www.singapore-window.org /80716fe.htm   (2397 words)

  
 Singapore Forum
Singapore Genealogy Forum Forum at Genealogy.com for Singaporeans of all races to look for their relatives and ancestors.
Singapore Medical Society of London Informal group of medical, paramedical and bioscience students from Singapore studying in UK.
A list of practitioners, upcoming events and their history is also available.
www.singipore.com /Singapore_Directory/Singapore_Forum.htm   (1205 words)

  
 CONDOsingapore.com - Singapore Condo Property Forum | Discussion | Reviews | Pictures | New Launches | Construction ...
Old Singapore is personified in these districts and the old urban charm still exists in many places.
Singapore's southeastern shoreline has always been a tremendously popular location for living and playing.
Spotlessly clean, modern and very accessible due to excellent IT, logistics and transport infrastructure, the suburban estates of Singapore are highly sought after by locals and expats alike.
forums.condosingapore.com   (352 words)

  
 Singapore to get free Wi-Fi by 2007 News - PC Advisor
Eastern Singapore is the geographic area assigned to iCell by the IDA (Infocomm Development Authority) of Singapore, the government agency that is overseeing the Wireless@SG project.
The other two operators, SingTel (Singapore Telecommunications) and QMax, were awarded contracts to cover the northern and western areas of the country, respectively.
A list of Singapore neighbourhoods and locations that will be covered by Wireless@SG is available online, including maps of each planned coverage area.
www.pcadvisor.co.uk /news/index.cfm?newsid=7623   (627 words)

  
 15 Best Skylines in the World
The buildings cannot be higher than 280 metres due to air traffic control restrictions, but that has added a tall (but not too tall) and consistent building height and space pattern that makes this skyline unique: Three buildings are exactly 280 metres tall and 5 others (8 total) stand at just over 200 metres.
If this list was the greatest architectural cities or just the greatest cities, London would be near the top, without a doubt.
List built upon version 3.0 Click here for this verion.
www.diserio.com /top15-skylines.html   (3122 words)

  
 ARGENTINE TANGO SINGAPORE
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Cost of living is ridiculously cheap by Singapore standard -- a steak dinner for two costs S$10, wine is cheaper than soft drink, and you can rent a whole apartment downtown for S$500 a month.
Kids and poorer people neighbourhoods all around BsAs compete to create the most amount of festive chaos through face painting, colourful home-made costumes, street dancing, and parading down the street accompanied by drum beats and whistles.
www.tangosingapore.com /go/read.php?t=20040408   (1253 words)

  
 Singapore Businesses
Singapore Polytechnic's Library Contains a listing of economics related links to data sources, international and local economic bodies, for example EDB and Department of Statistics.
Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI) One of the most established business chambers in Singapore, and has the largest membership of 4,000 local ethnic Chinese enterprises.
Singapore Tax Consultant The company offers preparation and lodgement of income tax returns for all type of business entities in Singapore.
www.singipore.com /Singapore_Directory/Singapore_Businesses.htm   (2511 words)

  
 Accommodation In Singapore - Information
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www.freewebs.com /information24/accommodation-in-singapore.html   (396 words)

  
 singapore hotels - Singapore hotels in Orchard Road Singapore
More Indians subsequently migrated to Singapore in search of employment - some came as manual labor but many also arrived to fill key positions in the government civil service.
The area of Little India as it is known today developed as many poorer, unskilled Indian labourers came to Singapore in the mid 1800's as either construction workers building the nearby race course or ranch hands for wealthy cattle ranchers such as Mr.
Today, Little India is one of the most colourful and interesting neighbourhoods in Singapore.
www.singaporehotels.com /areas/littleindia1.php   (277 words)

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