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Singapore's factory production rises 9.5%

SINGAPORE'S factory production rose in March by a stronger-than-expected 9.5% from February, putting the trade-dependent economy on firm footing as the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) out break pummels service-related and tourism industries.

Landmark free trade pact with US

Singapore and the United States are to sign tomorrow a landmark free trade agreement expected to bolster Washington's economic and political ties with South-East Asia.

Wired for electronics

He had a strong interest in biotechnology and biomedical engineering after SPM, but 20-year-old Lim Wee Han now has his mind set on technology communication.

Big business

IT#8217;S UNCHARACTERISTIC of anyone, let alone a researcher, to hand out I>two/Icalling cards upon being introduced to others for the first time.

Taylor's to offer new science courses

Faced with changing student demands, colleges are always rising to the challenge, looking for new dynamic courses.

Double IMU honour for Chong Hon Nyan

Online degrees from UK varsities

INTI Management Services (IMS) and UK eUniversities Worldwide Ltd (UKeU) have signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) to market and support the online provision of degree courses from UK universities.

Check out foreign universities at Taylor's

TAYLOR#039;S College is holding a university placement day at its main campus in Subang Jaya on Saturday.

HSBC scholarship lightens load for med student

EVEN before Siva Saravana Kumar goes for class in the morning, he will have already worked a full 12-hour shift as a paramedic with St John#8217;s Ambulance in Cheras. That is because the second-year medical student has to find enough money to pay for his tuition fee at the International Medical University (IMU).

New varsity admission test

The Biomedical Admissions Test or BMATB/B>is a new university common admission test that will be piloted in November. Oxford, Cambridge and the Royal Society of Arts (OCR) will administer it.