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Best made-in-Singapore games

Ghost Recon Phantoms (Ubisoft Singapore) This PC shooter for the thinking man is the first fully developed game to come out of the French gaming giant's 300-strong Singapore...



Animation for Lucas film to be done here

Strange Magic, an upcoming animated feature developed from a story by Star Wars creator George Lucas, will have a large made-in-Singapore component. Mr Robert Gilby, 44, managing director of The Walt Disney Company, Southeast Asia, said that the animation in the film is "entirely produced in Singapore". Lucasfilm Animation Singapore is credited as co-producer on the project, which is billed by...


Micron to inject US$4b into expansion of Woodlands fabrication plant

SingaporeMICRON Technology (Micron) is set to invest an estimated US$4 billion in expanding its fabrication plant here - one of the largest investment in Singapore's semiconductor industry in a decade.The computer memory maker's expansion plans were revealed in its 8-K filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this week. It will add about 255,000 square feet of...


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MTA2015, The Precision Engineering Industry Event

MTA2015 returns to Singapore Expo from 14 to 17 April, together with MetrologyAsia2015, to serve high-value industries and sectors such as Aerospace, Complex Equipment, Electronics, Energy, Medical Technology and Oil & Gas / Marine & Offshore Engineering. MTA2015 will present state-of-the-art technologies and cost effective solutions from around the world. MetrologyAsia2015 is an area dedicated to showcasing high-end metrology equipment. Visit www.mta-asia.com for more information.
 

SEMICON Southeast Asia 2015

The inauguration of SEMICON Southeast Asia 2015! An established semiconductor trade event for more than 20 years in Singapore, where we connect business and network. With our expansion into Southeast Asia, Malaysia-Penang, our first stop in SEA, we commit to foster closer collaboration in this ecosystem with the support from the industry and government. Visit www.semiconsea.org for more information.
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