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Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
Singapore & Philippines
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  • 1. MANILA TO SINGAPORE
  • 2. The distance from Singapore to Manila is 2396 kilometers or 1489 miles only.A typical flight between Singapore, and Manila would have a flying time of about 2hours 59 minutes. This assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/hr or 434 knots.
  • 3. SINGAPORE CHANGI AIRPORT
  • 4. Singapore GovernmentSingapore is a sovereign republic, with a legal system based on the English common law.The Constitution lays down the fundamentalprinciples and basic framework for the three organs of state, namely, the Executive, the Legislative and the Judiciary.
  • 5. The Prime Minister of Singapore isappointed by the President of SingaporeThe President, acting on the advice of the Prime Minister, also appoints other Ministers from among the Members of Parliament.
  • 6. The Prime Minister is the effective head of the executive branch of government. He chairs the Cabinet, which is the central decision-making body of the executive government.It is an organ of state and central to Singapores system of government.
  • 7. Voice and accountability captures perceptions of the extent towhich a countrys citizens are able to participate in selectingtheir government, as well as freedom of expression, freedom ofassociation, and a free media.
  • 8. 2010 46.92009 47.42008 44.72007 44.72006 44.72005 48.62004 50.52003 51.42002 52.42000 54.81998 60.61996 56.7 2010 37.4 2009 36.5 2008 34.6 2007 34.1 2006 33.7 2005 51.4 2004 49 2003 40.9 2002 50 2000 57.7 1998 56.3 1996 58.7
  • 9. Political stability and absence of violence measures the perceptionsof the likelihood that the government will be destabilized oroverthrown by unconstitutional or violent means, includingdomestic violence and terrorism
  • 10. 2010 89.62009 902008 96.22007 89.42006 92.82005 84.62004 84.62003 73.62002 87.52000 79.81998 73.11996 85.6 2010 6.6 2009 7.6 2008 8.7 2007 8.7 2006 8.2 2005 12.5 2004 5.8 2003 7.2 2002 19.2 2000 9.1 1998 32.2 1996 30.8
  • 11. Government effectiveness captures perceptions of the quality ofpublic services, the quality of the civil service and the degree ofits independence from political pressures, the quality of policyformulation and implementation, and the credibility of thegovernments commitment to such policies.
  • 12. 2010 100 2009 99.5 2008 100 2007 99.5 2006 99 2005 98.5 2004 96.1 2003 96.6 2002 93.2 2000 99.5 1998 100 1996 1002010 51.72009 50.72008 55.32007 56.32006 53.22005 53.72004 49.32003 55.62002 53.22000 51.71998 57.61996 50.2
  • 13. Regulatory quality captures perceptions of the ability of thegovernment to formulate and implement sound policies andregulations that permit and promote private sectordevelopment.
  • 14. 2010 98.6 2009 98.6 2008 99 2007 98.1 2006 98 2005 99.5 2004 99.5 2003 98.5 2002 100 2000 99.5 1998 100 1996 1002010 442009 49.82008 52.42007 51.52006 50.52005 51.52004 45.62003 52.52002 50.52000 56.91998 62.71996 59.8
  • 15. Rule of law captures perceptions of the extent to which agentshave confidence in and abide by the rules of society, and inparticular the quality of contract enforcement, property rights,the police, and the courts, as well as the likelihood of crime andviolence.
  • 16. 2010 93.4 2009 91.9 2008 92.8 2007 92.3 2006 92.8 2005 95.7 2004 94.7 2003 93.8 2002 90.4 2000 87.6 1998 89.5 1996 88.52010 34.62009 362008 35.12007 37.32006 43.52005 41.62004 32.12003 34.42002 37.32000 37.31998 551996 52.6
  • 17. Control of corruption captures perceptions of the extent to whichpublic power is exercised for private gain, including both pettyand grand forms of corruption, as well as "capture" of the state byelites and private interests.
  • 18. 2010 98.6 2009 98.6 2008 98.5 2007 98.1 2006 98 2005 98 2004 98.5 2003 98 2002 98.5 2000 96.6 1998 96.1 1996 96.62010 22.52009 23.92008 27.22007 27.22006 222005 35.62004 31.22003 392002 392000 39.51998 54.61996 50.7
  • 19. GOVERNMENT’S ROLE IN SINGAPORE’S BUSINESSESIn Singapore, the state has taken on the role of promoter and practitioner of Corporate Social Responsibility, a logical development in view of the dominant role of the government in the local economy.The Economic Development Board Act exists to stimulate the growth, expansion and development of Singapore’s economy.
  • 20. References:•http://jet-airline.blogspot.com/2011/06/singapore-airlines-world-best.html•http://www.traveldealsfinder.com/singapore-stopover-holiday-package-from-singapore-airlines.html•http://chuvaness.com/tag/singapore-airlines/•http://www.tropicalisland.de/singapore.html•http://www.mynetbizz.com/pages/f1-singapore-gp/f1-singapore-hotel81-tristar-package-from-manila.cfm•http://www.gov.sg/government/web/content/govsg/classic/about_us•http://www.ne.edu.sg/principles_of_governance.htm•http://info.worldbank.org/governance/wgi/sc_chart.asp•http://www.mjlasolutions.com/Governance%20Challenges%20and%20Lessons%20fro%20Singapore.pdf•http://i.ytimg.com/vi/6FTh3ykorTE/0.jpg•http://i.ytimg.com/vi/NZ6fWUb75qk/0.jpg•http://www.losangelescondos.net/wpcontent/uploads/2010/06/Invest-2.jpg•http://img.ezinemark.com/imagemanager2/files/30004252/2011/07/2011-07-05-1105-38-4-in-2009-hong-kong-ranked-no-12-and-in-2010-it-ra.jpeg•http://hrrca.org/system/files/u6/RoLForeign%20Dignitaries%20and%20Governing%20Board.jpg•http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2011/05/12/reflections-on-the-singapore-general-election/•http://www.icdsecurity.com/events/2012/3/14/icd-grows-operations-in-singapore.html

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