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Tickles is Helping Parents to Switch to Eco-friendly Parenthood, Offers Reusable Cloth Diapers

The Eastern Herald 04 Apr 2021
... a $20 million contract with ideaForge to procure SWITCH UAV ... Doshi is the founder of Tickles who works in Singapore in the IT industry and has 12 years of tech experience Pratik Mavani, Co-founder of Tickles, works as a Business Development Manager in UAE’s IT Industry.
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The world's first anti-Covid vaccine for ANIMALS — made in Russia! (Main questions)

Russia Beyond 01 Apr 2021
The already registered vaccine is intended for dogs, cats and other furry friends. The world's first vaccine for animals against the novel coronavirus has been registered in Russia ... Moskva agency ... Companies from Greece, Poland and Austria are already planning to procure Carnivac-Cov, and the US, Canada and Singapore have also shown interest.
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North Korean appears in US court over money laundering

Straits Times 22 Mar 2021
He denied the allegations, saying they were politically motivated ... The indictment said Mun had relocated to Malaysia from Singapore, where he had been employed by a firm called Sinsar Trading, which procured sanctioned luxury goods like liquor and tobacco. It valued his alleged money-laundering transactions at over US$1.5 million (S$2 million) ... ....
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North Korean appears in U.S. court on sanctions-evasion money-laundering charges

Metro USA 22 Mar 2021
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A North Korean businessman accused by the United States of laundering money to circumvent U.S. and U.N ... The U.S ... U.S ... The indictment said Mun had relocated to Malaysia from Singapore, where he had been employed by a firm called Sinsar Trading, which procured sanctioned luxury goods like liquor and tobacco ... and U.N. sanctions.
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What's causing vaccine delays in some Asian countries?

BBC News 08 Mar 2021
Fear and misinformation ... Other countries in the region - Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam - have seen similar comments about the importance of "waiting" made by officials ... And Singapore which has vaccinated around 250,000 people despite procuring enough jabs for its entire population, says it will ramp up its programme by the end of April ... .
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S'pore cannot be bought, bullied or intimidated into approving any vaccine, says Vivian

Straits Times 01 Mar 2021
Singapore has a separate Asean Covid-19 Response Fund, which it has also committed funds to, and which will be used based on needs within the Asean family, he added. It was announced in November that Singapore will contribute US$100,000 to the fund, which helps member states procure the medical supplies and equipment needed to combat the pandemic.
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S'pore cannot be bought, bullied or intimidated into approving any Covid-19 vaccine, says Vivian

Straits Times 01 Mar 2021
Singapore has a separate Asean Covid-19 Response Fund, which it has also committed funds to, and which will be used based on needs within the Asean family, he added. It was announced in November that Singapore will contribute US$100,000 to the fund, which helps member states procure the medical supplies and equipment needed to combat the pandemic.
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Budget debate: Progress Singapore Party calls for preferential treatment for local businesses in government procurements

Straits Times 24 Feb 2021
SINGAPORE - Local small and medium-sized enterprises should be given preferential treatment in government procurements, to help them grow and compete globally, said Non-onstituency MP Hazel Poa on Wednesday (Feb 24) ... treatment for local businesses in government procurements".
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UK-Singapore free trade deal enters into force today

Straits Times 10 Feb 2021
Under the deal, Singapore and British firms will enjoy the same benefits they got under the European Union-Singapore free trade deal, including tariff elimination for goods trade, increased access to their respective services and government procurement markets, as well as reduction of non-tariff barriers.
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Free-trade agreement between Singapore and the United Kingdom enters into force on Thursday

Straits Times 10 Feb 2021
Under the deal, Singapore and UK companies will enjoy the same benefits that they received under the European Union (EU)-Singapore free trade deal, including tariff elimination for goods trade, increased access to their respective services and government procurement markets as well as reduction of non-tariff barriers.
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S'pore least corrupt country in Asia; ranks third globally

Straits Times 28 Jan 2021
Singapore has again made it to the top ranks of the least corrupt countries in the world based on a global survey released annually ... Singapore took top spot in Asia, the only Asian country to make it to the top 10 ... misappropriated aid and corrupt procurement of medical supplies.
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Minister: Singapore's response to crisis key to its relevance as hub

Straits Times 25 Jan 2021
When international investors and the broader global community think about having some presence in Asia, Singapore ought to be the first answer that comes to mind ... He was speaking at a dialogue chaired by Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez, as part of the Singapore Perspectives conference organised by the Institute of Policy Studies.
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Explore Singapore's early link to modern China

Straits Times 18 Jan 2021
As early as 1912, in the wake of the 1911 revolution that overthrew the last imperial dynasty in China, the Singapore Chinese community was already importing items that commemorated the event ... The 13 artefacts were procured over the past year by the museum from Singapore's national collection and private collectors.
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Revamped gallery lets visitors explore Singapore's early links to modern China

Straits Times 18 Jan 2021
SINGAPORE - As early as 1912, in the wake of the 1911 revolution that overthrew the last imperial dynasty in China, the Singapore Chinese community was already importing items that commemorated the event ... The 13 artefacts were procured over the past year by the museum from Singapore's national collection and private collectors.
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Revamped gallery lets visitors explore Singapore's early link to modern China

Straits Times 18 Jan 2021
SINGAPORE - As early as 1912, in the wake of the 1911 revolution that overthrew the last imperial dynasty in China, the Singapore Chinese community was already importing items that commemorated the event ... The 13 artefacts were procured over the past year by the museum from Singapore's national collection and private collectors.
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