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  Pact signed promoting bilateral trade and investment  
Singapore and Beijing today signed a three-year agreement focusing on helping Singapore export services to China, and to promote trade and investment; Singapore companies can perhaps expect a head-start in service projects for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.  
  22.06.2006 08:23  
 
  Land Sales program launched to accommodate tourists  
Visitors to Singapore will benefit from one of the largest ever programs launched by the Government, which has issued a list of confirmed sites to be auctioned for development, which will include the development of six three- to four-star hotels.  
  22.06.2006 09:02  
 
  Dialogue between religions the way forward  
The Pope's Special Envoy, in Singapore on a five-day visit, has called for the promotion of peace and co-operation between peoples and a complete rejection of violence, saying that no religion should ever become the pretext for fuelling conflict and hatred.  
  22.06.2006 09:13  
 
  Fit For Business begins campaign in Singapore  
Fit For Business has launched a campaign to connect with companies in Singapore concerned and proactive about the health, fitness and wellbeing of their workers; the revenues generated will help fund expansion to other countries in the region.  
  22.06.2006 09:34  
 
  Saluting Asia Pacific  
Global growth consulting company Frost and Sullivan hosted their 2006 Asia Pacific ICT Awards last Friday for the third consecutive year; the Awards recognise those companies and individuals demonstrating outstanding performance in the industry across the region.  
  22.06.2006 09:45  
 
  Australian award honours Singaporean  
The Order of Australia Honorary Award is to be awarded to Mrs Toh Guek Hong in September in recognition for her driving role in Austrade, bringing Australian foods and beverages to Singapore consumers since the mid-eighties.  
  22.06.2006 09:56  
 
  World Bank seeks to allow peaceful protests in Singapore  
The World Bank, in the interest of democracy, is attempting to reassure overseas activists that there will space for the voices of diverse civil society during the annual WB-IMF meetings; a licence is required for the public expression of political opinions in Singapore.  
  22.06.2006 10:26  
 

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