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4 international companies to set up base in Singapore's Punggol Digital District, creating 2,000 jobs

Straits Times 28 Jul 2021
Mr Gan said the firms will benefit from Singapore's status as an open global hub for innovation, business and talent, while the district will also benefit from good jobs and opportunities for Singaporeans ... It was masterplanned by JTC Corporation in line with Singapore's Smart Nation and digital economy plans.
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Record 162 students receive Singapore-Industry scholarships

Straits Times 28 Jul 2021
SINGAPORE - Caring for her terminally ill mother pushed Ms Nadiah Mohamad Azman to pursue a career in the pharmaceutical industry ... "Realtek is committed to building and growing the integrated circuit design talent pool in Singapore, and offering scholarships through SgIS is part of our strategy to attract local talent to join the industry."
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Record 162 students receive govt-industry scholarships

Straits Times 28 Jul 2021
The scholarships are given in a partnership between the Government and corporations in Singapore's key industries ... "Realtek is committed to building and growing the integrated circuit design talent pool in Singapore, and offering scholarships through SgIS is part of our strategy to attract local talent to join the industry.".
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59 receive PSC scholarships; new PSC track for mid-career applicants

Straits Times 28 Jul 2021
SINGAPORE - Mr RK Suriya Varshan discovered his interest in engineering at the age of 15 after countless hours spent watching videos of air crash investigations that unravelled the reasons behind such incidents ... Citing Singapore's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, Mr Chan said.
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59 PSC scholarship recipients start their studies this year

Straits Times 28 Jul 2021
Now the former Temasek Polytechnic student, who enjoys tinkering with housing appliances and fixing them, has been awarded the Public Service Commission (PSC) scholarship to pursue an engineering degree at the Singapore University of Technology and Design ... Citing Singapore's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, Mr Chan said.
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Govt prepared to consider restructuring legal service to allow greater specialisation: Shanmugam

Straits Times 27 Jul 2021
SINGAPORE - Singapore's legal service, which administers justice and upholds the ... "But the fundamental challenge of a limited talent pool remains," he added, noting that Singapore had fewer than 6,000 legal practitioners last year, which constituted 0.1 per cent of the population.
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Legal service may be restructured for greater specialisation

Straits Times 27 Jul 2021
Singapore's legal service, which administers justice and upholds the rule of law, ... "But the fundamental challenge of a limited talent pool remains," he added, noting that Singapore had fewer than 6,000 legal practitioners last year, which constituted 0.1 per cent of the population.
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Google to offer vocational training for 600 more Singapore residents

Straits Times 27 Jul 2021
The 37-year-old, who now works in a data science role at tech solutions firm Johnson Controls, was among 2,600 Singapore residents who joined a training programme launched last year by Google ... It is supported by the Economic Development Board, Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and SkillsFuture Singapore.
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Post-pandemic world will be different, but Singapore's fundamental goals don't change: Lawrence Wong

Straits Times 27 Jul 2021
SINGAPORE - As different as the post-pandemic world may look, Singapore's fundamental goals - staying valuable to the global economy and building a fairer and more inclusive society - remain the same ... At present, several emerging global trends threaten Singapore's value proposition as a hub economy, Mr Wong said.
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Vibrant economy, inclusive society still key goals: Wong

Straits Times 27 Jul 2021
As different as the post-pandemic world may look, Singapore's fundamental goals - that is, staying valuable to the global economy and building a fairer and more inclusive society - remain the same ... At present, several emerging global trends threaten Singapore's value proposition as a hub economy, Mr Wong said.
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Starbucks Transitions Retail Business in South Korea to E-Mart and GIC

The Marshall News Messenger 27 Jul 2021
to an affiliate of GIC Private Limited, (“GIC”), Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund ... GIC is a leading global investment firm established in 1981 to secure Singapore’s financial future ... Headquartered in Singapore, we have a global talent force of over 1,800 people in 10 key financial cities and have investments in over 40 countries.
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Op-Ed: Why we need a national strategy to prevent computer chip shortages

The Los Angeles Times 27 Jul 2021
trade restrictions with China ... That goal would be neither feasible nor economically rational, given the complex global supply system and the dispersion of industry knowledge, talent and production ... should cooperate closely with the European Union, Japan, Singapore, Israel and others who form core parts of its supply base. Advertisement ... Ensuring U.S.
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Singapore to reassert itself as a business, travel and talent hub amid Covid-19

Hindustan Times 26 Jul 2021
Singapore will progressively facilitate international travel with countries that have managed Covid-19 well to reassert the city-state's position as a business, travel and talent hub, a senior minister told Parliament on Monday ... as a business, travel and talent hub,” he said.
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Singapore will progressively open international travel amid Covid: Minister

Live Mint 26 Jul 2021
Singapore will progressively facilitate international travel with countries that have managed COVID-19 well to reassert the city-state's position as a business, travel and talent hub, a senior minister told Parliament on Monday ... as a business, travel and talent hub," he said.
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Firms urged to help staff get vaccinated

Straits Times 26 Jul 2021
Businesses here should help eligible employees get vaccinated, integrate the use of antigen rapid tests into work processes, and continue flexible work arrangements as Singapore transits towards living with endemic Covid-19 ... "This is a critical move that will allow us to reassert Singapore's position as a business, travel and talent hub.

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