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The Straits Times, 4 December 1994

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The Sunday Times No: 3043 55 CENTS MITA(P) 038 12 93 sfg

Green light for Light Rail system [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Green light for Light Rail system Leong Chan Teik Lines will be built m Bt Panjang, Buona Vista By THE C#overnment announced yesterday that it would go ahead and build two Light Rail Train (LRT) systems, one m Bukit Panjang m the west, and the other m Buona Vista m

Locally-bred frogs will be available soon [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Locally-bred frogs will be available soon Leong Ching Ching First commercial farm here will breed American Bullfrogs from next month By LOCALLY BRED frogs should make their appear ance on dinner tables early next year flesh from the first commercial frog farm here The farm, m Lim Chu Kang. will

First page produced by Sydney team is in today's newspaper [ARTICLE]

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First page produced by Sydney team is in today's newspaper THE first page to be produced by The Straits Times' offshore subbing office m Sydney is Page 9 of today's edition of Sunday Plus It looks no different from the other pages m the .patter but it marks a milestone

Budget for community development projects doubled to $40 million [ARTICLE]

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Budget for community development projects doubled to $40 million Dominic Nathan Money will be spent on 1,578 projects By MORE housing estates can expect to have improved facilities, such as covered walkways and children's playgrounds, with the Government doubling the budget for community improvement projects to $40 million this year

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NEWS FOCUS

US candidate for world trade chief trailing behind [ARTICLE]

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US candidate for world trade chief trailing behind Mexican has fewer votes than EU's choice KRANKFURT one day of ter winning Congi essmni: approval of the liatt accord, the CliatOß administration ippaan lo bo losing the fust powei struggle m the new world trade order At issue is who will

N-level results out tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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N-level results out tomorrow RESULTS of the 1994 Singapore-Cambridge Qd N level exam will be released tomorrow Students can collect their result slips from their schools after 2 pm. Those who wish to apply for courses offered by the Institute of Technical Education and the Singapore Hotel Association Training and

Taiwan backs S'pore bid to host WTO meet [ARTICLE]

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Taiwan backs S'pore bid to host WTO meet Sunny Goh By m faipe" LAIWAN supports Smga (lore's bill to host the inaugural meeting of the World hade Oi ganrsation because the Republic has shown that it was "willing and able to do so. Taiwan Premier laen Chan said here yesterday

BEST, AND WORST, TAXI SPOTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BEST, AND WORST, TAXI SPOTS RUSH FOR CABS: With the Christmas shopping rush building up, which are the best spots to get a taxi m Orchard RoacP Where would you have a longer wait? A Straits Times team checked out the popular shopping belt and identified three main problem spots

KMT loses Taipei mayor post, but wins key races elsewhere [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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KMT loses Taipei mayor post, but wins key races elsewhere Sunny Goh By ti Taapei A'AN'S Kuomintang suf--1 i set ha. k to its 4» \rat »terda> .is the opi'iosi tion Democrat i< Progressive DPP) captarod the poat of ma yoi ..f I ii a convincing margin l'he ruling party,

Copenhagen's bid to fight pollution and thefts [ARTICLE]

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Copenhagen's bid to fight pollution and thefts COPENHAGEN The Danish cap ital. already filled with cyclists on city streets, is trying to get even mote people on two wheels for flee Under a private project hacked by the government, cyclists will de imsit a 20- kroner coin <554.77) at a

Bogor Declaration was Suharto's vision, says US [ARTICLE]

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Bogor Declaration was Suharto's vision, says US 'This was not an initiative of the United States. It was an initiative of President Suharto.' The Jakarta Poat, quoting US Under Secretary of State for Economic, Buaineaa and Agricultural Affairs Joan Spero. Jakarta pushed for Apec free trade deadline' THE United States

A-bomb stamp merely reflects history, says US Postal Service [ARTICLE]

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A-bomb stamp merely reflects history, says US Postal Service WASHINGTON The US Postal Service, defending its plan to issue a postage stamp marking the nuclear bombings of Japan, has said it cannot omit such a major event from its World War II history series The stamp, featuring a composite of

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FOCUS

PM Goh remains committed to consultation and consensus politics [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PM Goh remains committed to consultation and consensus politics A fortnight ago, m a Sunday Review article, author Catherine Lim asserted that the Government was torn between the more open, consultative style of Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong and the sterner, no-nonsense approach of his predecessor, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

'Of late, the voice has become sterner, the stand harder' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Of late, the voice has become sterner, the stand harder' WHAT CATHERINE LIM SAID IN HFH article, author Catherine i.im argaed thai the Siagapore Government suffered from an inter nal onflict between the more o|>en consultative style „f Mi (.',,,h Chok Tong and the- sterner, no-nonsense approach of his predecessor,

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WORLD

Fast growth may prompt US interest rate hike [ARTICLE]

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Fast growth may prompt US interest rate hike WASHINGTON 1 he unex peded fall m the IS jobless rata announced on Fiid.i\ »lutws that the economy is atill growing apace and could prompt the Federal Reserve i. use intciest ratal aaaaa this month according to ana lyeej her.The unemployment rate

Dow Jones up 44.75 points [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones up 44.75 points NFW YORK Blue-chip stocks soared on Friday on the back of a sharp drop m long-term bond interest ides The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed sharply m late trading to end 44 75 points higher at 3,745.62 For the week, the blue-chip index gained 37

21 killed as express train slams into station in Hungary [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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21 killed as express train slams into station in Hungary SZAJI >1. Hungary An express train dei ailed at full qwed and scythed into a and waiting room at provincial railw.i\ station m central Hungary on Friday, killing at least 21 people police said Another Mi were injured, some seri

GM to pay $76m over 'safety defect' in trucks [ARTICLE]

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GM to pay $76m over 'safety defect' in trucks WASHINGTON General Motors reached an agreement on Friday with the United States to settle a two-year legal dispute over the safety of its controversial pickup trucks, averting a costly recall that would have invoked six million vehicles Analysts called the agree

'Hollywood Madam' guilty of pandering sex [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Hollywood Madam' guilty of pandering sex LOS ANGELES Heidi Fleiss. the so-called Hollywood Madam facing a minimum of three m jail yesterda> aftei being found guilty of providing prostitutes to linden over j>olice officers losing as .Japanese businessmen But Fleiss. whose potential black book" revelations of rich and famous clients

Diplomatic push seeks to have Serbs accept peace plan [ARTICLE]

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Diplomatic push seeks to have Serbs accept peace plan BRUSSELS rurning their hacks on military force as i way of pressing i peat Hi fitment m Bosnia, the United States, thi.v us Nato allies and Russia have Ix^un new diplomatic push to induce the ieaalaa aaraa lo boobs* 1 .1

Russia 'no' to cutting off indirect fuel supplies to Serb forces [ARTICLE]

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Russia 'no' to cutting off indirect fuel supplies to Serb forces ggf I'NITKD NATIONS Russia has vetoed a draft Security Council resolution aimed at stopping fuel supplies reportedly powering a Serb offensive m northern Bosnia. It was the first council veto m 18 months and the first on the Bosnian

Police block offices of Russian banker [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Police block offices of Russian banker MOSCOW In a bizarre raid lasting several hours on Friday night, heavilyarmed policemen m ski masks blocked off a downtown building that housed the city government and the offices of one of Russia's top bankers It was not clear who conducted the raid or

Turk killed sister on mum's orders [ARTICLE]

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Turk killed sister on mum's orders COLMAR (France) A French court yesterday jailed for life a Turkish man convicted of strangling his 15--year-old sister whom he suspected wrongly of losing her virginity to a French boy The parents and a cousin of the victim. Nasmiye Ilikpinar. were given 20 years

Meter reader finds skeleton in NY building [ARTICLE]

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Meter reader finds skeleton in NY building NEW YORK No one is quite sure how long the man had been sitting m the chair m his darkened basement When a gas-meter reader finally found him on Thursday, he was still wearing his clothes and slippers. Exc-ept that his head was

Thousands mourn 10th year of Bhopal disaster [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Thousands mourn 10th year of Bhopal disaster HHOPAL (India) «,aunt na »i« an of the Bhapal traga ml orphaned children turned out m the thousands yesterday to mourn the Ulth •f the world's vMust m dustnal disastei Shops were shut and of los4sl m response to < tils for a

Trader nabbed in Indian spying case [ARTICLE]

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Trader nabbed in Indian spying case NEW DELHI Detectives probing a spy ring that stole se< rets of India's space programme have arrested a businessman, taking the number of people jailed m the case to six. newspapers reported yesterday. Sudhir Kumar Sharma. based m the southern city of 'langalore. where

US, Russia, Europe to swop military data [ARTICLE]

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US, Russia, Europe to swop military data Move aimed at building confidence, security The CSCE agreement requires all member countries to give details on all aspects of their military strength. These include Strength and location of troops and command structures. Holdings of major weapons and equipment systems. Photographs and teehnieal

Clinton in talks with Congress' new Republican chiefs [ARTICLE]

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Clinton in talks with Congress' new Republican chiefs WASHINGTON President Hill Clinton and Republican leaders m OBDtrol <>( the next IS Congress Bat down ..n Xi iday foi then first efclks since laal months elections eejaivitl the [democrats of then Biajo! it\ and found some areas of agreement House of

Conservative wins No. 2 Senate spot [ARTICLE]

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Conservative wins No. 2 Senate spot gfds h LMIIM.ION Conservative Republicans tightened their control aver Congress an Friday aa a strong ally of Incoming House Speaker Newt (ilngrlch defeated his less-idcaloglcally-driven ri\al narrawly In a rare far the Senate* No 2 leadership spot. Republicans choae Mississippi Senator Trent L«lt aver

A-Helms, North Carolina, here comes the President [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A-Helms, North Carolina, here comes the President WASHINGTON President Bill Clinton quipped on Friday that he had always felt particularly safe m North Carolina despite remarks from the state's senator Jeaae Helms that he would need a bodyguard if he went there Mr Helms, m line to become chairman of

WORLDFILE

VESSEL SINKS [ARTICLE]

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VESSEL SINKS The Achille Lauro sank on Friday after burning for three days, as nearly 1,000 passengers and crew plucked from the liner steamed towards safe ports and the end of their ordeal. The ship's blue hull rolled and slipped below the waves of the Indian Ocean at nightfall off

EMBASSIES CUT [ARTICLE]

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EMBASSIES CUT Zaire's government, which owes its diplomats abroad 29 months m back salary, said on Friday it would cloae down over half of its foreign missions and slash diplomats staff Announcing the results of a weekly Cabinet meeting. Information Minister Masegabio Nzanzu said the number of Zairean embassies and

MEMORIAL [ARTICLE]

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MEMORIAL Flowers and letters from admirers covered the grave of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar on Friday as about 300 mourners marked the first anniversary of his killing by security forces. But compared to the thousands who had turned out for Escobar's funeral, attendance tor the memorial was low. AP

TWO TO DIE [ARTICLE]

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TWO TO DIE An Egyptian military court yesterday sentenced two Muslim militants to death for a bomb attack in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada which killed four people Two Egyptians and a tier man tourist were killed in the attack. which took place m September. Reuter

SWORD STOLEN [ARTICLE]

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SWORD STOLEN British police said on Friday they were investigating the theft of a ceremonial sword encrusted with diamonds from Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle m the latest apparent security breach at a royal residence Police m Windsor said the sword and its scabbard, valued at more than £7.000 (SS16.100) and

DELAY IN TALKS [ARTICLE]

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DELAY IN TALKS Britain has announced a 48-hour delay m the start of unprecedented talks with Sinn Fein, the Irish Republican Army's political wing, aimed at paving the way for full-scale efforts to end Northern Ireland's 25-year conflict. A British official said the delay had been at the request of

DAILY BOMBED [ARTICLE]

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DAILY BOMBED Explosions ripped through three offices of Turkey's leading pro- Kurdish daily early yesterday killing one person and wounding at least 22. The biggest blast occured at Ozgur Ulke's main offices m Istanbul's Kumkapi district, gutting the four-storey building completely Two other explosions destroyed the paper's smaller Ankara office

DATEUNE: ASIA

Morita's $148,000 for refugee relief [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Morita's $148,000 for refugee relief KWAN WENG KIN JAPAN: Mr Akio Morita. who recently stepped down as Sony Corporation chairman, donated 10 million yen (S$148,000) for refugee relief last week He was forced to relinquish the chairmanship of Sony as he was still recuperating from a stroke which he suffered

The wheels of power [ARTICLE]

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The wheels of power SINFAH TUNSARAWUTH B THAILAND: The Cabinet reshuffle m October hat brought not only new fares into the coalition government but also new luxurious cars into Government House Among the many brand-new limousines showing up at recent Cabinet meetings was the striking gold-coloured Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL belonging

Suharto kin to head Red Cross [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Suharto kin to head Red Cross PAUL JACOB picture. B INDONESIA: Businesswoman Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana. the eldest daughter of President Suharto, has been elected unanimously as the new head of the Indonesian Red Cross Society Mrs Rukmana. better known here as Mbak Tutut. already has an impressive array of executive

Four ministers in hot soup [ARTICLE]

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Four ministers in hot soup NIRMAL GHOSH B PHILIPPINES: While Manila hums with rumours of I Cabinet revamp, seen by many as part of intensified manoeuvring for advantage m time foi next year's elections to the House and Senate, some Cabinet members may have more than a reshuffle to worry

Oops, no need for jury duty [ARTICLE]

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Oops, no need for jury duty MARY KWANG MARY KWANG B HONGKONG: Accountant Nellie Fong. who iii-head.s the economic sub-group of a Beijing-appointed panel mow preparing for Hongkong's 1997 handover to Chinese sovereignty, thought she had helped the judiciary by providing it with timetable of the dates when she would

Quebec separatist leader loses leg to rare disease [ARTICLE]

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Quebec separatist leader loses leg to rare disease MONTREAL Canadians re acted with shock on Friday at news that the predominantly Fi -em h -speaking Quebec province's most charismatic separatist leader was stricken by a rare flesh eating disease which forced doctors to ampu tate his left leg Doctors also

THE MAN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE MAN 'Canada's most impressive politician.' The Economiat Mr Laelen Bouchard, predominantly French-opeaking Quebec's moat charismatic separatist leader, Is a lawyer loved In the province as a symbol of nationalist sentiment. While doctor* sold his life may be out of danger, the future of his political rareer remains m doubt,

Deadly strain of common kids' bug [ARTICLE]

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Deadly strain of common kids' bug THE DISEASE MONTREAL The vicious flesh-eating disease that has stricken Quebec separatist leader Lucien Bouchard comes from a common bug better known for giving children sore throats. Doctors say the Group A streptococcal bacterium that causes strep throat and tonsillitis has developed a deadly

Trust the law to have the last lauah [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Trust the law to have the last lauah London policemen seeing an amusing side to an environmental protest on Thursday against the construction of a new highway m the British capital. They also have something else to laugh about: A recent pot, found that the metropolitan policemen were trusted by

Woman burns winning ticket 'to avoid hell' [ARTICLE]

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Woman burns winning ticket 'to avoid hell' RR) I>K JANEIRO An un employed woman burned a lottery ticket that would have won hei nearly lISS6O.(HM) '5JH7.600) because a preachei told hei she would go to hell if she accepted the money, a< cording to a local lejnut Mrs Maria Benoiza

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EAST ASIA

Seoul orders govt revamp to hone competitiveness [ARTICLE]

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Seoul orders govt revamp to hone competitiveness What it means The powerful Economic Planning Board and the Finance Ministry will be merged into the tentatively named Finance and Economic Planning Board. The construction and transport ministries will be merged into one ministry. The Trade, Industry and Energy Ministry will be

Boom — and out goes 5 Jardines firms [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Boom and out goes 5 Jardines firms An employee of lardtne Matheson fires the Noon Day Gun m Hongkong on Wednesday, signalling the exit of five members of the Jardme Matheson group, one of the territory's oldest and most powerful companies, from the Hang Seng stock-exchange Index. The gun, also

IN A NUTSHELL

JAL CUTS COST [ARTICLE]

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JAL CUTS COST Japan Airlines (JAL) would employ about 100 stewardesses from Shanghai Airlines over three years m an attempt to trim costs, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper said. Apart from lower wages about one-third of that paid to Japanese stewardesses JAL also took the step to help cope with

AIDS TOLL [ARTICLE]

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AIDS TOLL Three more people have died of Aids m China, bringing the official nationwide toll to 17 The three were the first deaths reported m southern Guangdong province since the first Chinese HIV virus carrier was detected there m 1990 Guangdong health officials said that 95 people had tested

DENQ SHOW [ARTICLE]

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DENG SHOW On top of books, films. records and calendars in honour of China's patriarch leader Deng Xiaoping, he is now to be the subject of a theatre musical The < 'hinese troupe t)riental Tide will perform the musical at the Great Hall of The People in Heijing on I*-c

BUTTER ART [ARTICLE]

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BUTTER ART Yak butter sculpture, a unique modelling art of Tibetan lamaism, is again t»eing pnKttHi m the Potala Palace, the must famous architectural complex m Lhasa capital of Tihet 1 he sculptures, often several metres tall and m the shape of statues or pagodas, have been absent for decades.

LESS STUDY [ARTICLE]

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LESS STUDY The Shanghai Education Burca school houi s aj lighten fh« -I of primar v and si students Instead days a week. IhB) would have BVB day .vhool the Übaratlaa Daily i rpoi t,.,| It Silld achoolS would also be required to arrange for ha!» extia < m i

ON BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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ON BUSINESS I A private college to teach < 'hinese atiouf the pun' iples of international business and finance is to be built m southern China s booming (•uangdong l>i'i\ I he rollege \>Ui,iturn students into talents fitt«i| IB M iiiffi national ••< BBBBBJ l»ut they will if«jui! »<l to

US, N. Korea to continue nuke talks next month [ARTICLE]

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US, N. Korea to continue nuke talks next month WASHINGTON The United States and North Korea would meet again next mo.ith on implementing Pyongyang's promised nonthreatening nuclear programme, the State Department said on Friday The two sides had ended an initial round of talks a few hours earlier m Beijing

Jiang calls on party to throw out obsolete concepts [ARTICLE]

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Jiang calls on party to throw out obsolete concepts BEIJING Chinese Communist Party leader Jiang Zem m issued a call to bolster the party's influence by abolishing "obsolete concept^ hancing training and promoting "elite young leaders" to key positions, the official media said yesterday Speaking at Friday's National Organisation Working

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TAIWAN POLLS

Abusive cabbies with links to parties drive voters up the wall [ARTICLE]

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Abusive cabbies with links to parties drive voters up the wall 1 WI drivers and illegal radio hroadeaslers, many with parly affiliations or links with f;angsters, have disrupted Taiwan's elections n the last two weeks, according lo cum plaints from voters here. In the latest ineidenl, a campaign aide lor

Govt aims to curb political ills [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Govt aims to curb political ills Sunny Goh Obstacles targeted: Money politics Violence Indiscipline Reporta by i ajpaj IAIW.W I'lemiei Lien than yesterday that the raipei fOVBI nineiit was deteiinmed to stop election related violent c. money politics and parlbuDeata i> indiscipline ill oiiiei to sjieed up the process of

GEARING UP TO VOTE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GEARING UP TO VOTE picture Taiwanese voters registering at a polling station, originally a temple In laipH yesteulay bBBBTfJ casting their votes Ihe elections aie BSpaded la BC the higgest test for the i tiling Nationalist Party which has been ruling 1 nwan since l'U.< Reuter

SNIPPETS [ARTICLE]

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SNIPPETS NOT MY SON': Popular DBBnociatic Progressive Party candidate ('hen Shin -bian had to ivveal his personal medical history to refute allegations about his private life lhe raipei candidate aaid he had a any operation long ago and would not he able to father a child Ka: hei a (Iyer

Taiwan residents upset by violence and waste [ARTICLE]

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Taiwan residents upset by violence and waste L)PP supporters use it to express themselves and violence is thus almost unavoidable.' Salea clerk Maruko Lin on how the party had allowed violence to dominate ita campaign. I don't like them attacking each other. The attacks only make me think that all

Warden among 8 held for vote-buying [ARTICLE]

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Warden among 8 held for vote-buying EIGHT people, mc hiding a I'aitung County prison MM den. had been arrested on suspicion of vote-buying m Tai w an s scandal tainted elections l'his hi ought the numbei i canted vote Iniv nig to :tB with a not hei .10 oaSBI of

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SOUTH-EAST ASIA

Ferry death toll reaches 37 with 143 still missing [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ferry death toll reaches 37 with 143 still missing Nirmal Ghosh By Manila Correspondent WHILE survivors began to come to terms with trauma and loss, the death toll from Friday morning's ferry accident reached 37. with a further 143 still missing as of mid-afternoon yesterday Several of the dead NN

Asean army chiefs say 'no' to giving lethal arms to Cambodia [ARTICLE]

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Asean army chiefs say 'no' to giving lethal arms to Cambodia BANGKOK Army com mandeis of the six Asean countries OMMMB giving lethal aid to Cambodia, fearing a worsening of the conflict m the country The Bangkok Post report ed yesterday that Thai army chief General Vimol Wongwanich IM ently

Phnom Penh wants to follow Asean development model [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Phnom Penh wants to follow Asean development model 'Why like Malaysia? Because Malaysia had the same problem we-* have: a communist rebellion. Malaysia succeeded m resolving its problem through development.' Firat Prime Minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh. PHNOM PENH Cambodia wants to follow the Asean development model, particularly that of Malaysia,

Seven held following mass riot in Bandung [ARTICLE]

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Seven held following mass riot in Bandung JAKARTA The authorities have detained seven people following a mass riot m West Java over rumours that a BaMV ah driver was killed during an environmental (lean up campaign Two people, both members of the municipal clean-up campaign, were injured when thousands rioted

Vietnam denies offering US ships use of Cam Ranh Bay [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Vietnam denies offering US ships use of Cam Ranh Bay 'The issue of Cam Ranh has so far never been mentioned m any of the talks or meetings between the US and Vietnam.' Vietnam's Foreign Affairs Ministry. HANOI Vietnam has refut ed speculation that it is keen to let the

THE WAY AHEAD [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE WAY AHEAD picture. -Pro.cc, Asain* Aids" m a*BMaMa^B*M^B» f^om siuin, under a ,x*,er ,ha, reads cases and 128 confirmed cases ot Aids m the country v 'e<namese have died of the disease There are now 1.980 HIV Reuter

US-Indonesian firms clinch four geothermal contracts [ARTICLE]

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US-Indonesian firms clinch four geothermal contracts JAKARTA The state oil and gas company Pertamina has awarded contracts worth US$3.5 billion (Sss billion) for the exploration and exploitation of four geothermal concessions to US-Indonesian firms The joint-operation contracts, signed on Friday, covered the exploration "activities, and construction and operation of four

REGIONALFILE

$9B EXPECTED [ARTICLE]

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$9B EXPECTED Vietnam, seeking massive foreign investment, expects the two million overseas Vietnamese to pump m about US$6 billion (Ss9 billion) by the turn of the century. Theoversess Vietnamese or Viet Kiev more than half of whom live In the US had sent or brought m about ISI6OO million to

MERAPI AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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MERAPI AGAIN A volcano which erupted two weeks ago m Central Java, killing at least 52 people, has again begun releasing hot gas and lava, forcing the authorities to call off a search for earlier victims. Lieutenant-Colonel Supiadin. military commander of Sleman regency, said red-hot lava was spewing down from

MINIBUS CRASH [ARTICLE]

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MINIBUS CRASH A minibus driver lost control and crashed into a house m the northern Philippine resort of Baguio city yesterday, killing two people and injuring 15. police said The brakes on the bus failed as it was travelling down a hill, police officer Claudio Caligtan said by telephone from

TWO ROBBED [ARTICLE]

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TWO ROBBED Two Japanese tourists were robbed of more than US$2l,OOO (S$30.800) m cash and valuables by three men who gained entry to their hotel rooms m Bangkok by saying they were hotei security guards, police said yesterday Police said the robbers might be former or current security guards at

$22M CENTRE [ARTICLE]

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$22M CENTRE Cambodian Second Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday inaugurated a new US$l5 million (Ss22 million) international telecommunications centre built and managed by Australia's state-owned Telstra Corp The new centre together with a nearby satellite earth station would provide 5.000 new IDD subscriber lines. Ministry of Post and Telecommunication officials

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No ghost voters nor duplicate names in last year's electoral roll [ARTICLE]

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No ghost voters nor duplicate names in last year's electoral roll Polls based on list will be clean, says panel 'If there existed any two voters with similar identity -card numbers, that did not mean there are phantom voters The mistakes could have occurred when punching m the identity-card numbers

'Queen' comes a-calling [ARTICLE]

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'Queen' comes a-calling "Queen Elizabeth II" officiated at the opening of a boutique m Kuala Lumpur on Friday. It took the crowd gathered outside the Britishlndia store m the Lot 10 shopping complex quite a while to realise that "the Queen" was actually Elizabeth Richard, 60, a professional impersonator from

Boy, 15, held after he breaches security at Subang airport [ARTICLE]

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Boy, 15, held after he breaches security at Subang airport A I i YKAR nil, bo> breached security si the Kuala Lumpur International Airport thr fifth nurh Inrldent thin year In an apparent attempt to get to Mecca. He wan found hiding near an aircraft at Suhang airport on Thursday,

Malaysian navy frigate with advanced defence systems teunched in Glasgow [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysian navy frigate with advanced defence systems teunched in Glasgow GLASGOW The first of two ■■•■si Malaysian Navy (RMNi frigates, equipped wtth advanced defence sys'4*olB, was launched here yesterday, marking another 4ai4|e m the MSI 42-billlon ■JMSO9 million) programme to Modernise Malaysia's naval defence capability. r The KD Lekiu, named

Captain among 4 nabbed for selling army guns [ARTICLE]

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Captain among 4 nabbed for selling army guns AN ARMY captain and a staff int were among four men arrested for selling army pistols that had heen with drawn from servic-e I hi- soldiers were detained at their Batu Cantonment army camp m Kuala Lumpur by police on Wednesday. while

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LAW COMMITTEE [ARTICLE]

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LAW COMMITTEE A high-powered committee was likely to be set up this month to study and formulate a Malaysian law incorporating concepts of English Common Law. Islamic- law and local customs. Law Minister Datuk Syed Hamid Albar said yesterday He said he would head the committee which would comprise legal

TRANSPLANT [ARTICLE]

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TRANSPLANT An 11 year old Palestinian girl suffering from leukaemia would lie brought to the Kuala Lumpur Paediati v Institute this week lm bone-marrow transplant, Deputy Health Ministei Datuk Minister Farid Arilfin said on Friday A local medical team will leave for Palestine tomorrow to bring the girl to Malaysia,

FASTER CARGO [ARTICLE]

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FASTER CARGO Malaysian Airline System Bhd would reduce the time taken for the clearing of cargo at Suhang airport to 12 hours by the end of the month from the current average of 60 hours, its chairman Datuk Tajudin Ramll said. He was responding to complaints made by the Air

SCHOOL WORRY [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOL WORRY Pusat islam would take over some schools run by the banned Al-Arqam movement within a month to resolve problems faced by their former students, its director general said If public religious schools were unable to absorb the Al-Arqam pupils or the students were reluctant to join ordinary government

WHITE BLOCKS [ARTICLE]

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WHITE BLOCKS The Ipoh City Council would review a decision •vhich made it compulsory for commercial buildings m the city to be painted white, mayor Datuk Ismail Shah said. The council had issued a directive to owners of commercial buildings to have their building* painted white m order to make

HIGHWAY PLANS [ARTICLE]

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HIGHWAY PLANS Two private companies have submitted proposals to build a four-lane highway from Kuala Terengganu to Kuala Lumpur. The proposals were being studied by the Economic Planning Unit m the Prime Minister's Department, Rural Development Minister Datuk Annuar Musa said yesterday. He said he had asked for the proposed

Set up R & D units to transfer technology [ARTICLE]

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Set up R D units to transfer technology Anwar tells foreign companies with factories m Malaysia: SHAH A LAM Foreign companies with factories m Malaysia should set up Research and Development (RAD) divisions to transfer technology. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said yesterday. By doing so, the companies

FUN WITH ABACUS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FUN WITH ABACUS picture. their mathpm*ti~ oi a urn», S^V* tte Sekolah Taman Tun Dr Ismail m Kuala Lumpur learn to use the abac us m iieir mainemat tcs class. With the aid of an outsized abacus, teacher Rashedah Mohd Yassln shows them the rieht wav to use the abacus,

Pilot project to let slow students study in regular schools [ARTICLE]

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Pilot project to let slow students study in regular schools KUALA LUMPUR The Education Ministry has launched a nationwide pilot project to allow students with learning disabilities to study m regular schools Special Education principal assistant director Datin Kamariah Jalll said the ministry decided to incorporate students with learning disabilities

Ecological study being done on proposed Muar project [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ecological study being done on proposed Muar project AIN fcUOLOciICAL study is being conducted along the southern shore of the Muar River estuary for a proposed MSISO million (SsBs 5 million) development project that will include waterfront esplanades and business complexes. An Australian firm. Heilbronn and Partners, has been assigned

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Reduce waiting time by choosing right taxi stand [ARTICLE]

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Reduce waiting time by choosing right taxi stand Taxi shortage m Orchard Road Reports by Ray Dhaliwal. Lela Jahl, Michelle Ng and Ng Lock Bian Fast-moving queues l l have waited for perhaps 10 to 15 minutes, but the taxis are coming quite fast, so I don't mind.' Secretary Karen

Alight at Orchard Rd fringe, avoid jam [ARTICLE]

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Alight at Orchard Rd fringe, avoid jam SINGAPORE'S largest taxi company. Comfort, advises passengers going to Orchard Road to alight from taxis on the fringes of the area during busy periods to avoid being stuck m traffic jams. Mr Sam Chong Keen, man aging director of Comfort, which operates 9.200

Nose to tail ride [ARTICLE]

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Nose to tail ride Ng Look Bian gdfg 11 TOOK mo a minute t.. walk to tho Oichaid Towns taxi stand and a taxi appeared almost immediately It turned into Orchard Road and smack into a jam Tho cars looked as if they had not moved for a long time

Last after a bumpy ride [ARTICLE]

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Last after a bumpy ride Lela jaill AT DELFI Orchard, there were six bus services to choose from SBS services 7. 106. 111. 174. CSS 2 and BusPlus 4 I hopped up the first bus that came along, a crowded non-air-conditioned Service 7. Traffic was heavy, with bottlenecks at every

Making it Right on Time with MRT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Making it Right on Time with MRT Michelle Ng THE MRT is predirtable and it can rertainly g«*t you to your destination <»n time even during Saturdays peak afternoon shopping hours But be prepared for no body space at all on the ride A nine-minute walk to the Orchard MRT

30% more applicants for Divisions I and II jobs: PSC [ARTICLE]

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30% more applicants for Divisions I and II jobs: PSC But it finds difficulty m recruiting clerks, typists MORE people headed foi rHfher- level Civil Service jobs last year, with the Public Service Commission (PSC) rflceiving 8.045 applications for Divisions 1 and II posts The figure is 30 per cent

Young PAP members rebut Marshall's charge of 'authoritarian' Government [ARTICLE]

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Young PAP members rebut Marshall's charge of 'authoritarian' Government Chiang Yin Pheng •y MEMBERS of Young PAP jpesterday took on former pols< ian David Marshall after m delivered a luncheon talk tbat slammed the "authoritarian" Government for not reJbecting the dignity of the m ividual. They roae to his challenge

S'pore, Vietnam to launch tourism cooperation plan [ARTICLE]

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S'pore, Vietnam to launch tourism cooperation plan tINGAPORE and Vietnam aye agreed to form a joint working committee to implement a tourism cooperation 01an between them. The agreement came after •Minister of State for Trade md Industry and Communications. Mr Goh Chee Wee. yesterday presented SingaP ire's tourism proposals to

Three fishermen from capsized boat saved after 14 hours in sea [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Three fishermen from capsized boat saved after 14 hours in sea Chang Ai-Lien fir 'IMREE Indonesian fisherjmen spent 14 long hours "flinging to their capsized fishing boat before they were jraacued from the brink of "(Math by a passing ship out rits inaugural cruise. The men had been fishing the

Dwindling response, so chamber may drop Chinese proficiency tests next year [ARTICLE]

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Dwindling response, so chamber may drop Chinese proficiency tests next year Allison Lim By THE annual Chinese language proficiency tests may not be held next year while the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) and LSC Associates work out a new schedule for them. The tests are now

NTUC News and Lifestyle to be re-launched, frequency doubled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NTUC News and Lifestyle to be re-launched, frequency doubled M. Nirmala Reports by THE laboui movement will publish NTUC News every vvivk and its Lifestyle magazine every month from next 1 1 II is doubling BM frequency, of both publications because it thinks the mass meilia is not Riving union

'I wanted to be a journalist once' [ARTICLE]

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'I wanted to be a journalist once' LABOUR chief Lim Boon Heng. 47. wanted to be a jour nalist when he was a Primary 2 pupil Simply because I read an article m a school magazine." he said yesterday But. that interest fizzled out m secondary school He eventually became

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS [ARTICLE]

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QUESTIONS ANSWERS An affable and relaxed .Mr Lim Boon Heng defended his qpaBCB yesterday. He took queslions Iron, the press on why he felt the media was unkind to the unions. t|: Why do you say the media does not cover the unions well when the Kng'.ishlanguage newspapers published close

Pilots show skills in precision landing competition [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pilots show skills in precision landing competition THIRTY-FOUK pilots from thr Youth Flying Club and Singapore Flying Club pit tlu'ir flying skills against MM another when they took part m a precision landing competition yesterday. The pilots were required to make four types of landings, the first being a normal

Fengshan residents share close ties with one another [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fengshan residents share close ties with one another Minister of State (Finance and Defence) Ten Thee Hean goes on a community visit to Fengshan this morning. Chiang Yin Pheng GETTING TO KNOW EVEN on a sluggishly hot weekday afternoon. Fengshan chugs wftt life At the coffeeshops amid the pastel -coloured

Fengshan: Information at a glance [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fengshan: Information at a glance profiles this small and cosy ward, which forms part of Bedok GRC m this series on constituencies m the news. FENGSHAN is one of the four divisions of the Bedok Group Representation Constituency The other divisions are Bedok. Kampong Chai Chee and Siglap Fengshan's population:

Light rail train system may be built in mature HDB estates [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Light rail train system may be built in mature HDB estates LIGHT rail tram (LRT) s>s terns may he built m existing mature Housing Board towns Mich is I'.u Payoh Ang Mo Kto and Bedok even though construction would be more difficult These areas pose an extra challenge is the>

Union chiefs welcome new pension package [ARTICLE]

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Union chiefs welcome new pension package IaAHOUR chief Lim Boon Heng welcomed the neu package of benefits for civil w vice pensioners, describing it as generous" and "flexible". This positive feedback rune from union leaders, he *MA yesterday. Mr Lim, who is Ministei Without Portfolio and NTUC set ret.v v-general,

Appeal court confirms addict's death sentence [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Appeal court confirms addict's death sentence Maths poser on consumption habits rejected AN ADDICT'S death sentence for drug trafficking was on firmed by the Court of Appeal on Friday after he failed to convince the courts with the mathematics of his eonsump tion habits The trial judge. .Judicial Commissioner Amarjit

Peeping Tom fined $2,000 [ARTICLE]

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Peeping Tom fined $2,000 A WOMAN caught a Peeping Tom trying to peek under hei skirt while she was browsing m the KMart store m Marina Square on Vi iday. Yap Kwei Hiong. 25. positioned a small round mirroi between the woman's legs so that he could look at her

Shoplifter fined $900 for stealing pair of shoes worth $65 [ARTICLE]

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Shoplifter fined $900 for stealing pair of shoes worth $65 A SHOPLIFTER was caught on Friday trying to walk out of OG Departmental Store wearing the shot's she had stolen only minutes before Yesterday. Lew Ser Wat. 26. was fined $900 after she pleaded guilty to stealing the pair of

Art by children from homes featured in 1995 calendar [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Local jockeys steal thunder [ARTICLE]

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Local jockeys steal thunder Malcolm Bastians SINGAPORE ROUND-UP By »r.SIMTK. stai studded usl "f jockeys (rum abroad, the lesser lights shone brightest it Hukit Timah yesteni The top Auslralian jock iiamch Kevin Moses, lim I'assuh Sham- IK.- and S veteran i icinto Vasquez with total of B iMm could only

TODAY'S BUKIT TIMAH RACE GUIDE [ARTICLE]

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YESTERDAY'S BUKIT TIMAH RACE RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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850 Deaths 850 Deaths 850 Deaths 850 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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850 Deaths 850 Deaths 850 Deaths 850 Deaths Kenneth Teo Lip Seng Age 56 Kenneth Teo Lip Seng has left us on 3 December 1994 to rest m peace m the house of the LORD forever. He leaves behind to love him dearly His Wile: Mabel Teo Daughter: Dawn Teo

850 Deaths 850 Deaths 850 Deaths [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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850 Deaths 850 Deaths 850 Deaths PANG SEE PHUAN (Retired Dentist of Mcc Sin Dental Clinic formerly at 227 Serangoon Road, Singapore) AGE 82 patted away peacefully on 3-12-94 leaving behind loved ones: Wife: Tan Swee Hua Sons: Daughters-in-law: Pang Ngftap Chang, James Pang GMap Yam. Alan Ix>w Yee Joo

853 In Memoriam 853 In Memoriam [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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Faldo first, daylight second... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Faldo first, daylight second Million Dollar Challenge golf tournament Sizzler Tm still m half-shock that's the best nine holes I've ever played' Nick Faldo, after scorching through the back nine of his second round at the Million Dollar Challenge m 29 strokes. BUN CITY Seven Mrdtea m a stunning back

World Cup likely to adopt cards system [ARTICLE]

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World Cup likely to adopt cards system RUGBY UNION JOHANNKSHCRC. Red and yellow < aids for foul play could be m use it the Rugby Union World Cup next yeai Rugby World Cup <RWC) chairman Fwart Bell said yesterday that the Interna tional Rugby Football Board (IRFB) was reviewing disci

BUKIT TIMAH STIPES' REPORT [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT TIMAH STIPES' REPORT RACK 1 Rounding the home turn. Fire Phoenix II was steadied off the heels of New Reason, which m turn was steadied off the heels of A Star Is Bern, which rolled m Near the 200 m. A Star Is Born tattered, resulting m star Whisper

Stalemate for now, but factions to continue talks [ARTICLE]

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Stalemate for now, but factions to continue talks gfdg I NEW YORK The truth hehind the stand off between the PGA Toui and the new World Golf Tour will only be known when the time comes to put up the money and stop the talking TIM World Golf Tour is

Fina: Chinese not guilty of systematic doping [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fina: Chinese not guilty of systematic doping ASIAN GAMES DOPING SCANDAL ALGIERS World swim ming thief Musi. da 111I II f ami i .ime to embattled Chin on Friday, insisting that there was MB ■pacific Chinese problem over drugs La.-faom. a h<i is pi I'snlcnt of the ruling body f-

Bowe risks all in comeback bid [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bowe risks all in comeback bid BOXING LA.S VBOatal Hiddick Bowe. the odd man out m the heavyweight tatlt pi< lure, is trying to fight his vsay back into title contention m a risky bout against undefeated Larry Donald Thirteen months after losing his heavyweight titles to Kvander llolyfield. there

Sweden two up — thanks to Edberg's rare coup [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sweden two up thanks to Edberg's rare coup He snatches victory after saving match point to give his side a commanding lead against Russia TENNIS: DAVIS CUP FINAL MOSCOW Stefan Kdbcig an.l Magnus Larsson put Sweden 2-0 up at the end of the first dramatic da> of the Davis tup

Drug tests for first time in tourney [ARTICLE]

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Drug tests for first time in tourney MOSCOW Russian antl Swedish tennis players m the Davis Cup final are undergoing drug tests for the first time m the history of the competition. The International Tennis Federation (ITF) said m a statement on Friday the tests would be carried out under

Capriati to Play in ussie Open [ARTICLE]

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Capriati to Play in ussie Open MELBOURNE American tennis star Jennifer Capriati will continue her comeback by playing m the Australian Open championship m Melbourne from Jan. 16-30. Australian Open tournament director Paul McNamee, who formerly coached Capriati, said the 18-year-old. who missed most of last season after personal problems

Boris brings bad luck with his big entrance [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Boris brings bad luck with his big entrance MOSCOW Boris Yeltsin brought bad luck for Russian tennis on Friday, and Sweden's Davis Cup team hopes to see him again soon. The Russian president and his entourage interrupted play at a critical moment In the tense fifth set of Stefan Fdbcrg's

HOW THE PLAYERS SAW IT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HOW THE PLAYERS SAW IT President's to blame 'It wasn't reasonable to come m at that time. It gave Edberg a chance to rest. What sensible person m a decisive game like this, with the score 5-5, would do something like that m such a tense situation?' Yevgeny Kafelnikov (above)

SPORT IN SHORT

Club officials resign en bloc [ARTICLE]

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Club officials resign en bloc NE \WI.Y all of Basil., s s,* ci officials resigned on Fri the wake of punish ment by the French ie foi the ne.u i lot .1 then Fuiiani Stadium last Titarrtaj Duly piesident Fran, ois Nicolai and thn«e other offi ials remained out of

Dortmund wins 1-0 [ARTICLE]

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Dortmund wins 1-0 GERMAN international stuk Karl Bmrne MaaWa Oral half injury time goal pave U'imaii mkvi'i league leadei Boruasia Dortmund a 1-0 vie tiny MR bottom club Duisburg on Friday Kiedlc s winner, slotted home from six metres, took his season's goal tally to five [Virtmund deserved its win

Bomb scare delays match [ARTICLE]

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Bomb scare delays match A BOMB scare delayesl the start of the Cannes versus Caen French League match by 20 minutes, police said on Friday. An anonymous caller, who said that he belonged to a orsican group, telephoned Cannes Pierre de Coubertin Stadium shortly before kickoff to say "a bomb

Mateut back at Bucharest [ARTICLE]

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Mateut back at Bucharest ROMANIAN midfielder Dorm Mateut ratal ned to his former club Dmamo Bucha rest on Friday on a six .month loan from Italian Serie A team Reggiana Mateut. 29. who has played fit internationals for Homa I.la. said that he expected lo Elay foi Dinamo m its

Morceli and Kersee tops [ARTICLE]

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Morceli and Kersee tops ALGERIAN Noureddine Mor cell and American Jackie Joyner-Kersee were voted 1994 Athletes of the Year following votes from 1.500 international journalists Morceli and Joyner-Ker-see. who succeeded" Britain's Colin Jackson and Sally Gunnell. received their trophies m Monaco or Friday during an annual gala organised by the

Hurt Hart is out [ARTICLE]

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Hurt Hart is out Left-ani spinner Malthew Hart, who took eight wickets m New Zealand s victory o\ei South Africa m the Fust < neket Test earlier this Week. is out of action for at least m days with a broken finger Hart broke the middle finger on his right

Hooper and Adams lead West Indies fightback [ARTICLE]

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Hooper and Adams lead West Indies fightback CRICKET NAGPUR Carl Hooper and Jimmy Adams compiled a defiant iun a minute century partnership to lead the West Indian fightback m th. ond cricket Test against In lia The paa, added 13.1 uns m just 134 minutes for the fifth a i'

Dutch in search of a double [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Dutch in search of a double HOCKEY: World Cup SYDNEY Pakistan knows exactly what it must do to defeat defending champion Holland m today's final of the World Cup hockey tournament Pakistan needs to |>ene Irate the Dutch defence with its own free-flowing attacks and to avoid conceding any penalty

No clear-cut answer to cash issue, so let's play the game [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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No clear-cut answer to cash issue, so let's play the game Goofray Robert THE »PORTS EDITOR SAYS... Players must put nation before self, FAS must keep promises i lONABI ihr beat ten m- m the Malaysia Cup sorcei semi duals Singapore, Selangoi. Pahang and Kedah have professionalism, jiotential pedigree and

Rameshon rivals favourite man for marathon title [ARTICLE]

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Rameshon rivals favourite man for marathon title Hakikat Rai ATHLETICS By i van PLUS SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL MARATHON 1994 TAN CBOON QHEE is bank ing on a seven-week stint to iMSf him m contention for honours m this morning's Singapore International Marathon The 31-year-old defending champion m the mens local category

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Ex-boss Souness slams Liverpool [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ex-boss Souness slams Liverpool LONDON Qi ..-me Sou ness on Flicl.r. i ii.seel certain Uverpool playeis of a "lack of professionalism Ihe former Anfu Id manage! speaking m a inteiview on BBC radio, said Leaving the club left a bad taste m the mouth I felt as though I had

Jobless World Cup hero lands job at last [ARTICLE]

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Jobless World Cup hero lands job at last ROME Brazil's World Cup winning goalkeeper Taffarel will play for Japanese side Cereso Osaka next season Taffarel. after I long period on the sidelines, accept* ed the piojHisal of Parma club diiector general Giambattista Pastorello who had been m contact with .lapa-

Wolves keen to link up with de Wolf [ARTICLE]

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Wolves keen to link up with de Wolf LONDON English Fust Division championship chai lenger Wolverhampton Wandeiers is set to sign Dutch international central defender .John de Wolf from Feyenoord tomorrow for L 600.000 ($1.4 million) De Wolf, who has won 11 cape, will finalise the deal after agreeing personal

McManaman loses out on hat-trick [ARTICLE]

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McManaman loses out on hat-trick LONDON England attacking midfielder Steve McManaman has been robbed of his first senior hat-trick fm his club Liverpool. McManaman claimed the hat-trick m Liverpool's 4 1 Premier League win at home to Sheffield Wednesday on Oct 1. He was given the mate h ball by

SCORES AND STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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SCORES AND STATISTICS BADMINTON lerenKKanu Open. 2nd rd Men* tingle*: X Sivakumar iTre) ht Moo Kirn Unrng Loong (NS) 15 7 15-11. Wong Kwce Mun 'XLi c» Rosli YusofJ (Jon). Teo Kirn Thye cTre) bt Jeff Switzer (US) 15 4 19-9. Foo Kok Keon R i. Sell bt Zulkifh Mar

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Get set for a classic, Singapore [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Get set for a classic, Singapore Peter Khoo Semi-final against Selangor is clash of two proud Malaysia Cup sides SOCCER By Picture by SURE it would have been better if it was the final Hut get set for a classic, nonetheless Foi Tuesdays Malaysia Cup fust leg semi-final at Kallang

40,000 tickets for Lions' fans at Shah Alam [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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40,000 tickets for Lions' fans at Shah Alam Joe Dorai By Where the Singapore f ene will be seated et Stadium Shah Alam SELANGOR has reserved 40,000 tickets for SingajMire fans wanting to catch the see ond-leg Malaysia Cup semi-fi-nal match between the two traditional rivals on Saturday The ticket

Malek wanted to play Perak [ARTICLE]

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Malek wanted to play Perak MALEK AWAB opted to play m the match against Perak on El iday Now he will have to sit out Singapore's first-leg Malaysia Cu\, semi-final against Selangor on Tuesday Coach Douglas Moore had wantcMl to rest the Republic's versatile midfielder tsccausc he had appeared jaded

Blame Boris? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Blame Boris? i^"™aa^r*?9Hs7*V^l?4Wß Russian President Huris Yeltain's grand entrance m the middle of m crucial match was apparently the reason that Russia is now trailing Sweden 8-2 m the Da sis Cup tennis final.

THE LATE NEWS

Spurs beats Newcastle [ARTICLE]

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Spurs beats Newcastle YESTERDAY'S? English Premier League soccer results Coventry 1 Liverpool 1. Ipswich 1 Man City 2. Leices ter 1 Aston Villa 1. Man (JM 1 Norwich 0, Nottm Forest Arsenal 2. Sheff Wed 1 Crystal Palace 0. Southampton I) Che»l sea 1. Tottenham 4 Newcastle 2. Wimbledon 0

Sweden lifts Davis Cup [ARTICLE]

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Sweden lifts Davis Cup SWEDEN won the 1994 Davis Cup tennis tournament yes terday. after a doubles victo ry by Jonas Bjorkman and lan Appel gave its team an invincible' 3 0 lead over Rus sia m the final m Moscow The pair, crowned last weekend as doubles world champions,

Rati scores, but Moore not happy [ARTICLE]

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Rati scores, but Moore not happy RAEI Ali. the scorer of Singapore's final goal from the penalty sjmt m the M win over Perak. went against orders m taking that sjxit-kick Koi fhe teams apfxiinted penalty-taker is Steven Tan. scorer of one successful attempt this season Singapore'l coach Douglas Moore

Dec 17 final [ARTICLE]

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Dec 17 final Xl AI A II MII X The Malaysia (up mhtit final, rescheduled to Dee IK, has heen put hack to its original date of Dee 17. ommittee chairman Datuk Bakar Daud said: \s Sunday is the weekend holiday for most states, playing the match on Saturday, like

VIEWS ON THE SEMI-FINALS [ARTICLE]

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VIEWS ON THE SEMI-FINALS From the Singapore camp I hope it does not come down to just an emotional showdown l)etween the team Hid Ken Worden because Worden has coached the two teams this year. That should not supersede the toot ball. loach Douglas Moore. Both Kedah and Selangor are

Grand goal but no certainty for Selva [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Grand goal but no certainty for Selva MANY would think that Singapore's stand-in stnkei Selvaiaj hail done enough m recent Malaysia Cup matches to earn a sjxit m the First XI. especially after his brilliant solo goal that helped sink Pc rak 3-1 m IjKih on Friday But the man

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TODAY'S EVENTS I I 111 I Ills. Singapore International Marathon i Stadium Boulevard. i.Hlam i MOCTKR Singapore Malay Cup (Geylang Stadium. Tanglin anil St Wilfnd. Ipin i Semhawang tup: .lurong He»adyMix v London Wayfarers (Clementi Stadium, r.pm) AAA In hnology v Castrol Singapore i.spm). Zuru h FC v Cioodman Pie

SUNDAY Review

Subic Bay [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Subic Bay 'After the closure, and the eruption of Mount Pinatuho which devastated some nearby rural areas, the population shrank from 250,000 to 197,000.' Ms Dolores Mose of Comdev organisation 'They are on a learning curve too. To he fair to them, it's a starting j environment; you can 7

Viewpoints

Time for S'pore to take a second look at death-row criminals [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Time for S'pore to take a second look at death-row criminals aaaaf W' *w BBWWT BaarCi (w J BV L fl I \S I weeks story ot llongluMßjßi making ai i i ith-ruHir We* vision to appeal personally to the I'icsident to spare him his life hoth moved MM disturbed

More light needed on primary schools' methods [ARTICLE]

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More light needed on primary schools' methods 5 fc,:M:Tc.J BEHIND the almost diz/.ying Primary School Leaving Examination results of this year's top-performing primary schools lie significant differences m their approach to education differences that parents should be aware of before rushing to join their queues for Primary I admission. Some

Profile

Australia's envoy rides the crest of a wave [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Australia's envoy rides the crest of a wave Swfing champ, teacher, hard-headed economist. film huff and even taxi-driver. Mr led Dclofski. Australia's High Commissioner to Singapore, is a multi-faceted man, as Foreign Editor FELIX SOH discovers. YES, champion surlcis cm end up as Moid-educated economists and diplomats. as Australian High

Money on Sunday

Fed acts to avoid borrowing hangover [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fed acts to avoid borrowing hangover Louis Beckerling Singapore also has to increase interest rates to prewnt a (light oj capital to higher-yielding offshore securities Dollars&Sense What Joes set Singapore apart from the US, however, is the policy-making terrain. Rather than managing interest rates as the Fed does, m its

Money on Sunday

Reviewing your life insurance needs [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Reviewing your life insurance needs ou should vary your policies to suit your varying needs at different times m your life You Ami Your Insurer i «)l X financial lequiieinents will vleivnd on voui pcison.il needs .un\ expectations, which will natural!) dif- fer at various stages ol youi life As

Cover Story

In Olongapo, a ruined community struggles to recover [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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In Olongapo, a ruined community struggles to recover IN A steep, narrow alley m Olongapo. Beat to the lormer United States naval base- at Subic Bay. two Ircsh-faccd live year-old twin brothers' race, laughing with delight, around the lealv compound of a non-government organisation (NOO) called Buklod. which means Unity.

Gordon Is the karma good or bad? [ARTICLE]

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Gordon Is the karma good or bad? A PARAGRAPH m the minutes of the October meeting of the newly established Subic Bay Chamber of C ommerce states that comments were made by members present "regarding the influence of politics and the media m business and how this was a regrettable

Focus

Ranking idea infiltrates UK public sector [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ranking idea infiltrates UK public sector picture Ranking, which began m schools, spreads to health service and local councils, as JOHN ALTHERS reports. I he government hei i eves ranking will compel the puhlic sector to improve speed and quality of service EM. I \M>s Mooes MMftn liase K.ng kiu.vsn

Case now a body with a little more bite [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Case now a body with a little more bite Since Mr Koo Tsai Kee took over the helm at the Consumers' Association Of Singapore m September last year. Case has scored several hits hut failed to push through a Fair Trading Act. So has it won the battles but lost

Consumer body still has a long way to go [ARTICLE]

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Consumer body still has a long way to go DESPITE the string of victories chalked up by the Consumers Association of Singapore under its new leader, one major target continues to be elusive the enactment of a lair Irading Act I hat was high up on Mr Koo Tsai Kee's

Extra! Extra! [ARTICLE]

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Extra! Extra! You may have been unable to get your Business Times. Straits Times. Sunday Times. LianHe Zaobao and other daily rvewspapers from your usual newsstand because of the hKjher demand lately To ensure a daily copy, call Customer Services Section on 1800-749-2577. and ask for home or office delivery

More attractions possible on Sentosa [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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More attractions possible on Sentosa Sentosa, a getaway island, will soon have sonic 30 attractions, including five theme partes. Is it becoming overcrowded? Sentosa Development Corporation chairman Alan Choc maintains that the island is so well planned that even when it holds 25,000 people, visitors do not feel the crush.

Property prices: What is holding them up [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Property prices: What is holding them up Residential property prices show no signs of cooling off despite increases m supply and a lower take-up rate m recent months. Will they em? WILLY SHEE discusses the factors likely to influence the market. The tact is the residential property market mirrors the

A SPECIAL FEATURE TO MARK THE 67TH BIRTHDAY OF H.M. KING BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ

A monarch for the people [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A monarch for the people King Bhumibol Adulyadej's concern for the well-being of his subjects takes him to even the most remote parts of the country. His Majesty King Bhu-mibs-l Adulyadcj as cended the throne on June 1v»»46. with the solemn vow 't«i reign with righteous iwss tor the benefits

A SPECIAL FEATURE TO MARK THE 67TH BIRTHDAY OF H.M. KING BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ

Bilateral relations continue to grow [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bilateral relations continue to grow MESSAGE FROM THE AMBASSADOR OF THAILAND, HIS EXCELLENCY DR VIKROM KOOMPIROCH AN A Dec V 1994 marks the n7th birth day anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the National Day of Thailand On this auspicious occasion, it is my great pleasure to extend,

SINGAPORE'S IMPORTS FROM THAILAND (SSmillion) [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S IMPORTS FROM THAILAND (SSmillion) COMMODITY 1993 1994 (JAN AUG) Data processing machines 1,084.6 1,363.0 Parts for office &DP machines 1,014.4 851.3 Electronic valves 885.2 809.1 Telecommunication equipment 226.1 226.2 Rice 140.9 98.0 Television receivers 132.6 89.7 Petroleum products refined 100.2 44.7 Electric plant parts 99.8 99.4 Fabrics woven man-made

SINGAPORE'S EXPORTS TO THAILAND (SSmillion) [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S EXPORTS TO THAILAND (SSmillion) COMMODITY 1993 1994 (JAN AUG) Petroleum products refined 1,731.6 123.8 Electronic valves 523.1 687.3 Parts for office DP machines 470.0 374.5 Telecommunication equipment 367.4 331.1 Electric plant parts 1 78.6 107.4 Electrical circuit apparatus 170.7 .151.5 Data processing machines 166.4 182.8 Electrical machinery 146.2 153.6

PM's three strategies for dyniamic growth [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PM's three strategies for dyniamic growth Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai stresses consistency and continuity of three strategies to position 1 Italians! as the region's economic leader m the 2 1 st century. They are: liberalisation of the economy, sub-regional economic cooperation and development of infrastructure facilities. He said that the

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Promising outlook for Thai economy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Promising outlook for Thai economy As a gateway to Indochina, Thailand has considered subregional economic cooperation as one of the important international economic policies. The impetus to current economic growth, which stands at more than 8 per cent, are robust export, investment and consumption. Every year, on IX*cember J, Thai

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Incentives for investment [ARTICLE]

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Incentives for investment Next year's 801 Fair will be a gigantic showcase of products made by over 500 companies m seven industrial sectors. There are now three ma jor investment trends m Thailand The first is the move by small and medium enterprises into Thailand's regions; the sec ond is

Understanding the Thais [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Understanding the Thais The character of the Thai pes>ple has been shaped over the centuries by strong Buddhist influ ences and by their natural environment. Buddhism has taught them the virtues of tolerance and selflessness, while the bountiful land has bred contentment. The best way to understand Thais and the

Two more satellites to be launched by 2008 [ARTICLE]

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Two more satellites to be launched by 2008 Thaicom is the country s first satellite project The Thai government, which initiated the project, has granted a 30--year concession to Shinawatra Satellite Co Ltd. The Thaicom I satellite, with 12 transponders, was launched m December 1993 from French Guiana, and started

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Towards financial liberalisation [ARTICLE]

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Towards financial liberalisation More and more businesses are turning to direct financing through the issuance of equities, bonds and debentures. The Bank of Thailand remains firm on supervision and examination to ensure soundness. During the past \c.tr. the Thai financial system has continued lo progress successfully due to the acceleration

Witness the total solar eclipse in 34 major districts [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Witness the total solar eclipse in 34 major districts A total solar eclipse will be visible m Thailand on OtM 24. 1995 This once ln-a-liiclimc event will be only ihe filth time such a phenomenon has been seen m Thailand m the past 127 years Another will not be seen

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