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  1. An operating room at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore

    More than a third of US healthcare costs go to bureaucracy

    U.S. insurers and providers spent more than US$800 billion in 2017 on administration, or nearly US$2,500 per person - more than four times the ...
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    3D technologies set to up aerospace companies' competitive edge

    3D printing will complement the growth of the aerospace industry by helping to lower manufacturing costs and allowing greater flexibility in ...
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    SMRT working to expand hourly taxi rental scheme

    More than 1,000 cabbies have signed up for the scheme - an alternative to the traditional daily leasing.
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    Singapore consumer watchdog to monitor water price profiteering

    The Consumers Association of Singapore will also step up education efforts to help consumers make informed purchasing decisions, says Minister of ...
  5. Orchard Road shopping

    Singapore's consumer prices rise for third consecutive month

    The consumer price index rose to 0.7 per cent in February from 0.6 per cent in the previous month, largely due to increases in transport, ...
  6. A view of the Monetary Authority of Singapore

    MAS to offset cost of issuing green bonds with new grant scheme

    The Green Bond Grant will cover up to 100 per cent of the cost of certifying sustainability-oriented bonds as green bonds.
  7. IVF

    Court dismisses appeal over IVF sperm mix-up

    The woman gave birth to a daughter after undergoing IVF treatment, but later found out that her egg had been fertilised with a stranger's sperm.
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    Raise water prices by as much as 100% to reflect production cost: Economist

    Economics professor Ng Yew-Kwang also thinks that imposing a significant increase at once, instead of in phases, would be more effective in ...
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    Singapore consumer prices rise for second straight month in January

    The consumer price index rose to 0.6 per cent in January from 0.2 per cent in the previous month, mainly due to due to an increase in the cost of ...