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Business Trip to Singapore
|2.||Trade Fair Food & Hotel Asia||4|
|3.||Visas and Customs||7|
|6.||Behaviour and etiquette||12|
|6.1.||The times of arranging of meetings||12|
|6.3.||The dressing code||14|
Singapore is an island nation situated at the southern tip of the West Malaysian Peninsula and approximately 137 kilometers north of the equator. The climate in Singapore is therefore tropical. Its current size of 704.0 km² is a moving target due to tremendous efforts in land reclamation which is adding significant usable space to this smallest country in South East Asia. The population of Singapore is approximately 4.5 million and, out of those, roughly 1 million are foreigners working in Singapore under various forms of work or employment passes. English is the administrative language; however, Malay, Hindi, Mandarin as well as a multitude of various Chinese dialects are spoken in the country as well. The Singapore economy is traditionally based on electronics manufacturing, petrochemicals, tourism, shipping and financial services. The country’s official currency, the Singapore Dollar (SGD), is a well established and stable major currency.. Current exchange rates are 1.34 SGD to the USD and 2.15 SGD to the EUR.
The climate in Singapore is divided into two main seasons, the Northeast Monsoon and the Southwest Monsoon.…
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