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    Default Reclaimation - Pasir Panjang Terminal Phase 3 and 4


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    Great updates. Lets share more news showing that more trade and businesses will be drawn to Singapore and growth will still remain.

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    Tats where the taxes, COEs, ERPs you pay goes to....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue
    Tats where the taxes, COEs, ERPs you pay goes to....
    Any suggestion how to take it back?

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    Default 18 Billion

    New Thomson MRT line to open in 2019

    SINGAPORE - The new 30km long Thomson MRT line is set to open in three stages from 2019, and will have 22 stations - six of which will be interchanges connecting to all MRT lines and the upcoming Downtown Line (DTL).

    Transport Minister Liu Tuck Yew announced the finalised plans for the Thomson Line (TSL) at a DTL event earlier today.

    Fully underground, the new line is expected to be built at an estimated cost of around $18 billion and anticipated to have a daily ridership of about 400,000 commuters in the initial years.

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    Default S$78 billion

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North%E...way_(Singapore)

    The new 21 kilometres (13 mi) expressway would cost about S$78 billion when fully completed by 2020 and will connect the East Coast Parkway (ECP) with the northern parts of Singapore

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    surprised the sports hub only 1.8b nia.... chicken feed in comparison

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    Quote Originally Posted by equalizer
    Good work Arcachon...

    You forgot the best investment they have made so far....

    ERP infrastructure.....ROI is phenomenal.....
    every time u hear BEEP...GOVT get richer...

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    Default 200 Million ERP system.

    System installation charges in 1998 came to SGD 200 Million. Annual operating cost as of 2003 were about SGD 16 Milliom, while revenue came to SGD 80 million.

    http://the-tech.mit.edu/~richmond/pr...nal/aircon.pdf

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