01.05.2012 [BusinessWeek] - Singapore, led by Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong, the son of Lee Kuan Yew, has transformed itself into an Asian financial and commodities hub in the past half century. Gross domestic product has climbed 40-fold to S$299.6 billion ($242.3 billion) at
30.04.2012 [BusinessWeek] - Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong has said such limits will mean forgoing business opportunities and accepting slower growth. Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said in February that the government would cut the proportion of foreign workers that
06.10.2010 by editors Kwa's eldest son, Lee HsienLoong, is Singapore's current prime minister; daughter Lee Wei Ling is director of the National Neuroscience Institute; and youngest son Lee Hsien Yang was head of the country's largest company, ...
07.10.2010 by Suwei Ong The news has been extensively covering the passing of Mrs Lee Kuan Yew, wife of 63 years to the founding Prime Minister of Singapore and then mother of the present Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong. Although she was a brilliant...
20.05.2012 [The Japan Times] - By TAKAMITSU SAWA Under the leadership of Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong, Singapore more than a decade ago adopted the growth strategy of making the medical industry the core of the nation's industrial development. Lee, the eldest son of the city
19.05.2012 [De Morgen] - Premier Elio Di Rupo verdient bruto ook meer dan de Duitse, Franse, Britse of Nederlandse regeringsleiders. Maar in vergelijking met de eerste minister van Singapore zijn het kleine garnalen. Lee HsienLoong zag zijn vergoeding begin dit jaar weliswaar
18.05.2012 [Business Standard] - That might be happening, thanks to the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) that he and Lee HsienLoong, Singapore's prime minister, signed in 2005. I am told that if Singapore is the largest or second-largest investor in India – $15.67
18.05.2012 [Oman Tribune] - Even Singapore Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong was forced to comment on the issue. He said on his Facebook page that he was “deeply saddened by the unfortunate loss of lives” and supported an earlier statement by his deputy, Teo Chee Hean
03.05.2012 [World Policy Institute (blog)] - Two former prime ministers—Mr Lee Kuan Yew and Mr Goh Chok Tong, as well as the current prime minister Mr Lee HsienLoong, Lee Kuan Yew's son—have repeatedly sued me for defamation over remarks about governance. The courts have ordered me to pay them