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What does NPRR stand for?

NPRR stands for NTUC (National Trades Union Congress) Pasir Ris Resort (Singapore resort)

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Ltd, Dws Investments, Sloane Robinson LLP, Prince Street Capital Management Inc, HSBC Holding Plc, TCW Group, Aberdeen Asset Managers Ltd, NTUC Income Insurance Co-Operative Limited, Natixis Asset Management (International), Rovida Asset Management (Singapore) Ltd and Somerset Capital Management LLP.
Ltd, Dws Investments, Sloane Robinson LLP, Prince Street Capital Management Inc, HSBC Holding Plc, TCW Group, Aberdeen Asset Managers Ltd, NTUC Income Insurance Co-Operative Limited, Natixis Asset Management (International), Rovida Asset Management (Singapore) Ltd and Somerset Capital Management LLP.
NTUC Secretary-General Lim Swee Say, who holds the rank of minister in the office of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, announced the sacking on the organisation s Facebook page, which was bombarded with complaints about Cheong.
He cited the recent sale of Capital Square in Singapore, a Class A office building with 339,000 s/f of office space, for $715 million to Alpha Investment partners and NTUC Income, local investors.
Some of the organisations who participated at the PR & Media Congress held earlier this year on 26-27 Jan 2010 in Singapore: - Kalbe Farma TBK - Singapore Petroleum Company - Brunei Shell Petroleum - CyberSecurity Malaysia - Singapore Polytechnic - Star Energy (Kakap) - CIMB Bank Berhad - Abbott Laboratories (S) - Philips Electronics (S) - Celcom Mobile - Safra - International Islamic University Malaysia - SMRT Corporation - NTUC Fairprice Co-operative - Ministry of Defence - Ministry of Manpower - Brunei LNG - Natsteel Holdings - Subordinate Courts - North West Community Development Council - Alaya Corp - PT.
Dow Jones newswires reported that another Singapore retailer, NTUC FairPrice, as well as Malaysia-based private equity group Navis Capital, had placed bids for Carrefour assets in the two countries.