Daily SG: 27 Feb 2013
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– Article 14: Why Pay in the first place?
– Chemical Generation Singapore: Budget 2013: Handouts to SME
– covered in his blood: A Budget of Trust 2013
– My Little Corner: Direct Benefits for Households in Budget 2013
– pressrun.net: Government to help employers pay Singaporeans more
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Budget debate: No more Wayang pls WP
– Yours Truly Singapore: Correction to 10 things every Sg should know about White Paper – Part 1
– 否极泰来 Piji Tailai: Lee Ang, Can Budget 2013 Produce One?
– Bertha Harian : Shift gears = New fears
– BLUTA-log: The New Property Tax Structure – Start of a New Direction?
– Five Stars And a Moon: Budget 2013: The end of employment woes?
– Jentrified Citizen: Government Pays Employers to Pay Employees More
– Signs of Struggle: Budget 2013 – something’s always wrong
– The AsianParent Singapore: $3 billion budget for preschool sector
– The Expository: Budget 2013: Thumbs Up for Measures to Reduce Immigration & Help Small Businesses
– Under The Angsana Tree: Our SG Budget 2013
– Blogging for Myself: The worst idea in Budget 2013 analysed
– Living Investment : Government co-pays salary increases for Singaporean workers
– The Online Citizen: From Drumsticks to Chickens
Peasant’s way or Government’s highway
– Musings From the Lion City: Higher Fines Please!
– SpotlightOnSingapore: LTA, Certis: Enforcement Officers, greedy or hardworking? Part 2
– life one degree north, one-o-three degrees east: Tender for Town Council Management System – updates
– Limpeh is Foreign Talent: Was Singapore a fishing village in 1965? Part 2
– Singapore Kopi Tok: The Curious Case of Cherian George – Calibrated Coercion or Retardation?
Defending Our Lion City
– Singapore Matters: Defence Tax Proposal Needs Modifications To Avoid Sending Wrong Signals
– Random Thoughts Of A Free Thinker: Manfacturing Dissent
– guanyinmiao’s musings: We Have The Right To Criticise Our Student-Leaders
– Prata Politics: SMRT Drivers Guilty and Game Over
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