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3 firms likely to get hospital support services concession renewal

KUALA LUMPUR: Three parties - Faber Group Bhd's wholly-owned subsidiary Faber Mediserve Sdn Bhd, Pantai Medivest Sdn Bhd and Radicare (M) Sdn Bhd - which are vying for the hospital support services (HSS) concessions by the Government are likely to get their contracts renewed within the next month, according to sources close to the matter.


S’pore manufacturing output in October up 24% year-on-year

SINGAPORE: Singapore's total manufacturing output increased 24.4% year-on-year in October. However, excluding biomedical manufacturing, output declined 11.2%.


Singapore Wednesday cut forecasts for economy, exports

SINGAPORE: Singapore has cut its 2011 economic growth and exports forecasts amid growing fears consumer demand from the U.S. and Europe could be weaker than previously expected.


S'pore GDP up 0.9% in Q2

SINGAPORE: The Singapore economy grew 0.9% on a year-on-year basis in the second quarter of 2011 compared with a 9.3% growth recorded in the preceding quarter.


Danaher agrees to buy Beckman Coulter for US$5.87bil

NEW YORK: Medical and industrial instruments maker Danaher Corp. said Monday it agreed to buy medical testing instrument maker Beckman Coulter for about US$5.87 billion.


Facebook, PayPal tycoon embraces sci-fi future

SAN FRANCISCO: In the movie The Social Network, the character of Peter Thiel is played as a slick Master of the Universe, a tech industry king and kingmaker with the savvy to see that a $500,000 investment in Facebook could mint millions later. Reality is a little more rumpled.


Manufacturing output up in S’pore

SINGAPORE: Singapore's manufacturing output increased 31% in October, boosted by the biomedical industry.


Best diabetes fitness plan: aerobics plus weights

CHICAGO: People with diabetes should mix aerobics with weight training to get the best results in lowering blood sugar, a new study suggests. The combination worked best for weight loss too, compared to aerobics or weight training noshade size=-1 width=50%>


Demand for carbon credits will continue

KUALA LUMPUR: The demand for certified carbon emissions (CER) or carbon credits will continue to increase among developed nations despite the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) agreement expiring by 2012.


Innovation unravelled

Dr Lim Ewe Ghee feels the principles underlying the NEM should continue to be applauded.