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Should You Use A Taobao Agent For Singapore Deliveries?

(Source: www.shopback.sg)

Good question. The answer is, yes and no.

For those who are routinely purchasing items from Taobao and are using the Global Shipping offered by Taobao itself, simply continue that practice – it’s the best. 389 more words


High rates not equaling high service?

Deniliquin residents are becoming very unhappy at the increasing rates with the view by many that the rates ($1700 and up a year before water bills) are too high and also that there is the feeling the money is not going to where it’s supposed to be. 297 more words


Fed Keeps Interest Rates Unchanged, Gives No Hints on Timing of Future Hike

(TNS)—Federal Reserve officials, concluding their latest policy meeting last Wednesday, left interest rates unchanged and gave no clear signal of a rate increase in June. The Fed’s assessment of the American economy was mixed. 30 more words

Dutch prisons are closing because the country is so safe — and no one really knows why

(Source: www.techinsider.io)

Something odd is happening in the Netherlands.

Government documents recently obtained by Dutch newspaper The Telegraaf reveal five prisons are closing down in the Netherlands just three years after the government announced 19 others were closing. 622 more words


Should You Change Your Foreign Currency In Singapore Or Overseas?

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

Here is a question that most of us would have wondered while preparing for an overseas trip. Should we change our foreign currency in Singapore or overseas? 806 more words


Grumpy grows.

Nothing like rates time to boost the blog interest…Grumpy recotded his second highest  “hit”  list in seven months in April…Nothing like politics and Council rates to get the pulses racing!


More layoffs even as employment grows

A mixed picture of the labour market emerged yesterday, with both employment growth and redundancies rising from a year ago.

About 4,600 workers lost their jobs in the first three months of this year, more than the 3,500 who were let go in the same period last year, according to preliminary estimates released by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM). 438 more words

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