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Many opportunities for Singapore firms in Dresden, says PM Lee

Recent protests not likely to affect companies' decisions to invest in the eastern German city

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PM Lee and Mr Tillich during a visit to Airbus subsidiary EADS in Dresden on Monday. The two leaders also witnessed the signing of two agreements, one between Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Dresden University of Technology and the other between Nanyang Polytechnic and the Gustav Anton Zeuner vocational school centre for technical training. The agreements allow academics and students from the two Singapore institutions to learn from two of Germany's leading technological and vocational institutes.

Dresden, Germany

THE recent anti-Islam protests in Dresden are unlikely to have an adverse impact on the decisions by Singapore companies to invest in the promising eastern German city, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday.

"It's the job of business leaders to look at all

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