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    Default Re: Is NTUC still Singaporean's union?

    Can't answer that, but union with so many members suing their own union does not paint a nice picture about the union itself.
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    You actually read TOC and TRE?

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    Isn't this to do with Income, the insurance arm of NTUC?

    I don't think this has anything to do with the Union portion of NTUC. Though I note the irony that TS is referring to.

    In any case, I only join to enjoy discounts from Fairprice . Any cases which requires union intervention is usually hush hush, I think.

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    NTUC - formed after the out-lawing of SATU (Sg Assn of Trade Unions) - by the incumbent MIW, to control the trade unions in Sg.
    Members of SATU were Cold-Stored (Operation Cold Store). (Wikipedia)

    Don't mess with NTUC. They have thugs as backers.
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    Default Re: Is NTUC still Singaporean's union?

    Quote Originally Posted by ManWearPants View Post

    In any case, I only join to enjoy discounts from Fairprice . Any cases which requires union intervention is usually hush hush, I think.
    In recent years, I found that NTUC pricing isn't as competitive anymore. Try Giant, Sheng siong, Value$, etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    NTUC - formed after the out-lawing of SATU (Sg Assn of Trade Unions) - by the incumbent MIW, to control the trade unions in Sg.
    Members of SATU were Cold-Stored (Operation Cold Store). (Wikipedia)

    Don't mess with NTUC. They have thugs as backers.
    http://www.stpressbooks.com.sg/Winni...-The-Odds.html

    you can say that history is written by the winners, so why not let people from that era comment on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxshade View Post
    In recent years, I found that NTUC pricing isn't as competitive anymore. Try Giant, Sheng siong, Value$, etc...
    you are right. Sheng siong is so much better!

    Have they forgotten their mission statement or is it just wayang and BS?

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    Default Re: Is NTUC still Singaporean's union?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    NTUC - formed after the out-lawing of SATU (Sg Assn of Trade Unions) - by the incumbent MIW, to control the trade unions in Sg.
    Members of SATU were Cold-Stored (Operation Cold Store). (Wikipedia)

    Don't mess with NTUC. They have thugs as backers.
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15393

    seriously people... if any of you want to rant about politics, please do it somewhere else? we notice of late (probably cos it is the school holidays now and there are too many people with too much time on their hands...) that political rantings are appearing on KPT again. please read the guidelines.

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