Republic of Singapore

  • John Paxton
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNMENT. For the early history of the settlement (1819) and colony (1867) see The Statesman’s Year-Book, 1959, pp. 246 f.


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Books of Reference

  1. Statistical Information. The Department of Statistics (PO Box 3010, Singapore) was established 1 Jan. 1922. Its publications include: Singapore External Trade Statistics (quarterly), Monthly Digest of Statistics, Yearbook of Statistics, Population estimates of Singapore (bi-annual). Census of Population 1970. Acting Chief Statistician: A. Chua.Google Scholar
  2. The Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore (State Constitutions) Order in Council 1963. Singapore, Govt. Printer, 1963Google Scholar
  3. Singapore. Annual Report. Singapore, Govt. PrinterGoogle Scholar
  4. Singapore. Government Gazette (published weekly with supplement)Google Scholar
  5. Singapore Government Directory. Govt. Printer, annualGoogle Scholar
  6. Singapore Economic Development Board, Annual Report Google Scholar
  7. The Statutecs of the Republic of Singapore. 8 vols., 1970Google Scholar
  8. Hughes, H. (ed.) Foreign Investment and Industrialisation in Singapore. Canberra, 1969Google Scholar
  9. Ooi, J. B. (ed.) Modern Singapore. Singapore, 1969Google Scholar
  10. See also the bibliography under Malaya.Google Scholar
  11. National Library. National Library, Stamford Rd, Singapore. Director: Mrs Hedwig Anuar.Google Scholar

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