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March 21, 1996
U.S., Singapore Lead Poll on Investing: The annual survey, conducted by the International Institute for Management and Development in Switzerland, asked about 2,500 international business and finance executives worldwide questions regarding which countries are most desirable for investment. Preliminary results show executives rated the United States as most attractive, followed by Singapore, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Switzerland and China, the institute said.
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BUSINESS
March 21, 1996
U.S., Singapore Lead Poll on Investing: The annual survey, conducted by the International Institute for Management and Development in Switzerland, asked about 2,500 international business and finance executives worldwide questions regarding which countries are most desirable for investment. Preliminary results show executives rated the United States as most attractive, followed by Singapore, Britain, Malaysia, Germany, Switzerland and China, the institute said.
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BUSINESS
July 2, 1994 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Health care industry observers expressed surprise at Abbey Healthcare Group Inc.'s announcement Friday that the government of Singapore has bought a 5.56% stake in the Costa Mesa-based provider of home health care services. "It strikes me as really weird," said Jim McCamant, editor of the Berkeley-based Medical Technology Stock Letter. "You hear about (foreign) governments investing in their own companies but not in companies in other countries."
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July 2, 1994 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Health care industry observers expressed surprise at Abbey Healthcare Group Inc.'s announcement Friday that the government of Singapore has bought a 5.56% stake in the Costa Mesa-based provider of home health care services. "It strikes me as really weird," said Jim McCamant, editor of the Berkeley-based Medical Technology Stock Letter. "You hear about (foreign) governments investing in their own companies but not in companies in other countries."
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