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Temasek makes mandatory general offer of $0.08 per share for Sembcorp Marine

Straits Times 22 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS ... It said Startree intends to keep Sembmarine listed on the Singapore Exchange following the completion of the offer ... Morgan Stanley Asia (Singapore) has been appointed as sole financial adviser to the offeror in connection with the mandatory general offer.
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Network for women entrepreneurs launched to help them scale up their businesses in region

Straits Times 21 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Women in Singapore may soon find it easier to do business with a new network set up to connect them with other female entrepreneurs, as well as business leaders�and trade associations, in the region ... SBF said the network aims to attract women entrepreneurs in Singapore from diverse industries and sectoral backgrounds to be its members.
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New network aims to link up women entrepreneurs in region

Straits Times 21 Sep 2021
Women in Singapore may soon find it easier to do business, with a new network set up to connect them with other female entrepreneurs, as well as business leaders and trade associations, in the region ... SBF said the network aims to attract women entrepreneurs in Singapore from diverse industries and sectoral backgrounds to be its members.
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Beijing finds itself being cornered by African countries

Beijing News 21 Sep 2021
The Singapore Post in an article on Monday said some of the countries had cancelled contracts as the "shoddy" work of the Chinese companies had become a source of tension for the ruling dispensations in several nations across the African continent ... The Singapore Post reported.
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Vaccinated Travel Lane scheme could be expanded soon

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
Vaccinated travellers from more countries are likely to be able to enter Singapore without having to go through quarantine "in the coming weeks and months" ... He reiterated that the air hub and connectivity are critical for Singapore's economy and its reputation as a trusted international hub.
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Learning in Europe 2021 presents European higher education

Swords Today 20 Sep 2021
The fair connects undergraduate and postgraduate students in Singapore with universities in these countries, providing students with information about educational institutions, the application process, student life, details of various scholarship opportunities, and the various universities that teach classes in English.
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Vaccinated Travel Lane scheme to be expanded soon, 1 Covid-19 case detected among 900 travellers

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Vaccinated travellers from more countries are likely able to enter Singapore without having to quarantine "in the coming weeks and months" ... He reiterated that the air hub and connectivity are critical for Singapore's economy and its reputation as a trusted international hub.
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Transport sector must be reliable, resilient and future-ready to deal with Covid-19 and climate change: Iswaran

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
He noted how Singapore set a target of one million mean kilometres between failure for the rail network in 2017, and has met it since 2019 ... However, as the world emerges from the shadow of the pandemic, it is now vital to take measures to revive Singapore's air hub and restore connectivity, he said, noting.
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Transport sector must be reliable, resilient, future-ready: Iswaran

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
He noted how Singapore set a target of one million mean kilometres between failures for the rail network in 2017, and has met it since 2019 ... However, as the world emerges from the shadow of the pandemic, it is now vital to take measures to revive Singapore's air hub and restore connectivity, he said.
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10-15% of Covid-19 patients in S'pore likely to need hospital care once situation stabilises

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Only 10 to 15 per cent of Covid-19 patients in Singapore are expected to ... Several CCFs will also have a proportion of their beds converted to the stepped-up type, including the CCF at the Singapore Expo's Connect@Changi, which aims to provide 50 such beds by Friday.
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Less than 15% of Covid-19 patients in S'pore likely to need hospital care once situation stabilises

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - Only 10 to 15 per cent of Covid-19 patients in Singapore are expected to ... Several CCFs will also have a proportion of their beds converted to the stepped-up type, including the CCF at the Singapore Expo's Connect@Changi, which aims to provide 50 such beds by Friday.
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It takes a community to care for those living alone

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
I read The Sunday Times report "Attending to elderly folk who live or die alone" (Sept 12) and agree that it is important to care for seniors living alone by keeping them engaged and connected within the community. The lifestyle and well-being of seniors in Singapore have been greatly affected by the pandemic ... Seah Hwee Kia. Chairman ... ....
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Forum: It takes a community to care for seniors living alone

Straits Times 20 Sep 2021
I read The Sunday Times report "Attending to elderly folk who live or die alone" (Sept 12) and agree that it is important to care for seniors living alone by keeping them engaged and connected within the community. The lifestyle and well-being of seniors in Singapore have been greatly affected by the pandemic ... Seah Hwee Kia. Chairman ... ....
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Stepped-up care facilities to ease load on hospital beds

Straits Times 19 Sep 2021
Some existing CCFs like Connect @Changi at Singapore Expo will also have several stepped-up beds. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said yesterday that while Singapore's overall intensive care unit (ICU) capacity is holding up, accident and emergency (A&E) departments, as well as general wards, are "coming under pressure".
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New Covid-19 community care facilities to be set up for stable patients with underlying conditions

Straits Times 19 Sep 2021
SINGAPORE - The first stepped-up community care facility (CCF) for Covid-19 patients at the NTUC Health Nursing Home in Tampines will start operations on Thursday (Sept 23) with 250 beds ... They include the CCF at the Singapore Expo's Connect@Changi, which is run by Raffles Medical and aims to provide 50 such beds by Friday (Sept 24) ... ....

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