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Singapore is holding free trade talks with seven countries, and is making such trade agreements a cornerstone of its economic policy as it seeks opportunities away from its traditional Southeast Asian base, its trade minister said Thursday.
FABER Group Bhd hopes to generate between RM700mil and RM800mil in property sales over five years, starting in the first quarter of 2005, non-executive chairman Datuk Anwar Aji said yesterday.
It was indeed an eye-opening experience for a group of Malaysian teachers invited by the Singapore Tourism Board for a familiarisation tour of the island's top- notch educational services and facilities.
Manufacturers in Singapore are optimistic about the outlook for the first half 2004 as global demand for exports rebounds, but do not expect the pick-up to start before April, a government survey showed Tuesday.
Advanced imaging, which allows us to look into genes and cells and observe disease development and treat it even before symptoms show up, can be a reality when Universiti Malaya sets up the Research Imaging Centre, reports LOH FOON FONG.
HOSPITAL support services provider Radicare (M) Sdn Bhd is confident of achieving at least 10% growth in revenue this year in line with the government#146;s expansion of healthcare services.
Rogue scientists who use their knowledge to create deadly biological agents are a danger to small, densely populated countries such as Singapore.
Guys tend to hit the gym to shed excess pounds, even though cutting calories may be the more efficient way. TIMOTHY GOWER investigates.
The Centre for American University Programmes of Inti College Malaysia has added the University of Kentucky to its list of collaborators.
FIRST it was test-tube babies, now it's test-tube sperm.