Malaysia-S’pore issues take back seat at forum


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  • Thursday, 09 Jan 2003

SINGAPORE: The outstanding bilateral issues between Malaysia and Singapore were set aside yesterday as prominent women from both sides gathered here to discuss matters related to their gender development. 

Both governments were not “spared” during the passionate discussion hosted by the Institute of South-East Asian Studies (Iseas) but the references were largely restricted to the manner in which women were being treated and the role accorded to them by the respective administrations. 

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