Today’s Stories from Blogosphere (Feb 16) – Budget 2007
Posted by Slater on February 16, 2007
Discussion on Budget 2007 appears to heating up on blogsophere. Aaron Ng has posted a 3 part analysis, the first on the offset package itself, the second on whether a GST is necessary, and the third on the newly announced post secondary education account (PSEA).
Singapore Election Watch has posted an entry that advises a critical view of the Budget and lists down some things that everyone should think about when reading about the Budget.
Aside from the Budget, there’s also discussion about the biotechnology industry in Singapore. Yawning Bread Sampler writes about how the controversy over the direction of bitotechnology research in Singapore could be interpreted by others as fickleness, while e pour si muove writes about the inaccuracies of coverage of the controvesy by the Financial Times (UK).
On a lighter note, Coffee and Cigarettes muses on the online and offline personalities of bloggers, while a critical yet humorous take about the Budget on whether are there is anything really new is provided at To Fix a Mocking Peasant.
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- Part 3 of thoughts on Budget 2007 – The post secondary…
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