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Synonyms for Singapore

the capital of Singapore

an island to the south of the Malay Peninsula

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The PNP said the 43 foreigners were arrested in connection with the kidnapping of a Singaporean woman at a casino in Manila.
Singapore's social policies serve another vital objective that do not quite fit the 'developmental state' framework--the socialization of Singaporeans in a common set of identities, values, and outlooks.
The decision to stop pig farming is also intriguing because of the symbolic meaning of pork as an emblem of the Chinese cuisine and as the substance that sets Chinese Singaporeans apart from their Muslim neighbours in Malaysia and Indonesia, and from members of the Malay minority in Singapore.
Ello Ed Mundsel Bello, 29, a former employee of government-run Tan Tock Seng Hospital, had posted comments on Facebook in January insulting Singaporeans and calling for the takeover of the city-state by his countrymen.
ClickPress, Thu Feb 12 2015] The report provides in-depth market analysis, information and insights into the Singaporean personal accident and health insurance segment, including:
It will develop an integrated system of training, education, and progression for all Singaporeans.
The UAE hosts the largest concentration of Singaporeans in the Middle East, with around 3,000 citizens registered with the Embassy in Abu Dhabi and Consulate in Dubai.
However, because the S Pass and Employment Pass base salaries were never changed at $1,800 for the S Pass (from 2004 to 2011) and $2,500 for the Employment Pass (for even longer for 11 years, from 2001 to 2011) (6), this resulted in a wage stagnation for workers in Singapore, as companies had the choice to hire foreign workers at lower wages, and Singaporeans were unable to negotiate their wages upwards, as the base salaries at each pass level (and thus educational level) also acted as a de facto starting pay that Singaporeans have to adhere to.
Although most Singaporeans implicitly recognise that the city-state remains highly dependent on migrant workers, there's evidence of growing resentment of their presence among native Singaporeans.
According to a survey by Citigroup Inc (NYSE :C), Singaporeans are knowledgeable about financial management.
At the same time, many advertisement campaigns were running during the 2012 study period to capitalize on residual patriotism to capture dollars from Singaporeans and provoke resentment against a faceless Western corporation.
During a 2002 Singapore National Day Rally speech, Prime Minister of Singapore Chok Tong Goh questioned the loyalty of Singaporeans living abroad: "Fair-weather Singaporeans will run away whenever the country runs into stormy weather.
The Omani Days were well-received by Singaporeans as they contributed to the enlighten them on the Sultanate's cultural and historical attractions that encouraged them to visit the Sultanate to know it more, and there was a good turnout to acquire many brochures and pamphlets about the Sultanate.
Rebuilding the ancestral village: Singaporeans in China By KHUN ENG KUAH-PEARCE Singapore: NUS Press, 2011.
He emphasized the council's desire to improve trade and investment exchange between the two countries and called upon Singaporeans to make use of the growing investment opportunities in the Kingdom, especially in energy, water, electricity, education and health sectors.