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The trade of Singapore, 1819-69

Wong, Lin Ken.

The trade of Singapore, 1819-69

by Wong, Lin Ken.

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Published by Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Printed for the MBRAS by Academe Art & Print. Services Sdn. Bhd. Malaysia in [Kuala Lumpur], Bandar Puchong Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Singapore
    • Subjects:
    • Singapore -- Commerce -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesTrade of Singapore, 1819-1869
      Statementby Wong Lin Ken ; with a new introduction by Wang Gungwu.
      SeriesMBRAS ;, reprint no. 23, M.B.R.A.S. reprints ;, reprint no. 23.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF3800.67 .W66 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 317 p. :
      Number of Pages317
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3774737M
      ISBN 109679948293
      LC Control Number2003534959
      OCLC/WorldCa57236428

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Get this from a library. The trade of Singapore, [Lin Ken Wong] -- This is a study of the trade of Singapore from the year of its establishment to the yearwhen the opening of the Suez Canal marked the beginning of a new era of trade between Europe and Asia.

National Library, Singapore The Trade of Singapore, By Wong Lin Ken. Journal of the Malayan Branch, Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 33, Part 4, December Pp. Appendix, Maps, Bibliography. M$ This book, based on an M.A. thesis presented at the University of Malaya inis the first study that has been made of the.

THE TRADE OF SINGAPORE, With a new introduction by Wang Gungwu. by Wong Lin Ken: Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Pages:   The role of Singapore as a transit port began developing at the onset of its colonial history. When Raffles founded the East India Company’s (EIC) factory at Singapore, he had two economic aims (Turnbull ).The first was the expansion of British trade with China via Singapore, and the other was the establishment of a British trade centre in Southeast Asia to Author: Atsushi Kobayashi.

Part of the Macmillan Asian Histories Series book series (MLA) Abstract. The most colourful description of life in the new British settlement of Singapore is contained in the Hikayat Abdullah (The Story Wong Lin Ken, ‘The Trade of Singapore, –69’, JMBRAS, 33, 4, (), p.

Author: Barbara Watson Andaya, Leonard Y. Andaya. Wong, Lin Ken. The trade of Singapore, – Singapore: Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Call no.: RCLOS WON This is a study of the trade of Singapore from the year of its establishment towhen the opening of the Suez Canal marked the beginning of a new era of trade between Europe and Asia.

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Using a newly created trade price index, this paper determines the real growth rate of Singapore's trade during – We find that Singapore's trade grew between and. 1. The trade of Singapore, by Wong Lin Ken. Singapore, a year history: from early emporium to world city by Kwa Chong Guan. The story of Malaya and Singapore by Joanna Moore, Joanna, and Phyllis Mackenzie** 4.

Singapore: a biography by Mark Ravinder Frost. Tales of old Singapore: the glorious past of Asia’s greatest. ‎The Trade of Singapore - Journal of The Malayan Branch Royal Asiatic Society - Volume XXXIII, Part 4 - December ‎ ‎Singapore, Tien Wah Press Limited, December 1 volume, paperback, in-8, pp., 2 maps at the back, very good copy.

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HuFF Department of Economics, University of Lancaster A major part of the international rice trade has remained obscure because historians have hitherto failed to understand Singapore's role in by: The most salient characteristic of Singapore's economy in the colonial era is its high degree of openness to international trade.

In view of this, the movements of imports and Author: Keen Meng Choy. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. By using LibraryThing you acknowledge that. 他写过两部优秀的著作:《新加坡的贸易,》(The trade of Singapore, )(年)、《年前的马来亚锡业:特别涉及霹雳、雪兰莪、森美兰、彭亨等州》(The Malayan tin industry towith special reference to the states of Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan, and Pahang 5/5.

Được trích dẫn từ Wong Lin Ken, “The Trade of Singaore, – 69”, Journal of Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, vol. 33, pt. 4,trang Tabulated Statement of the Commerce and Shipping of Singapore during the yearstrang Singapore’s Other Founder: John Crawfurd Historian C.M. Turnbull is right in pointing out that John Crawfurd, along with Singapore’s first British Resident William Farquhar, has faded into obscurity.

50 We often attribute the success and founding of modern Singapore to the man whose iconic bronze statue stands in Empress Place – Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. “The Trade of Singapore ” Journal of Royal Asiatic Society MB Vol.

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Sources A. Accords et traités 1. Agreement between Indonesia and Singapore in the Strait of Singapore, Jakarta, 25 May 2. Agreement between the Federation of Malaya, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Government Print, 9 July 3.

Agreement between the Government of Malaysia and the. Singapore. In the late s, more than 40 per cent of Singapore’s trade with Malaysia was done through Singapore each year. Up toSingapore became the largest source of foreign investment in Johor and in the same year ab Johoreans crossed into Singapore daily to work there.

The Riau Islands also picked up economic. This study examines the production of a new regional space known as the Growth Triangle. The Growth Triangle represents a (re)integration of the economies of Singapore, the Riau Archipelago in Indonesia and Johor State in Malaysia.

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