MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – April 1, 2006 – Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) has set its sights on conquering Asia. In the latest development, it appears that the two founders of Google and its CEO Eric Schmidt have targetted Singapore as its base for the Asia-Pacific region. An insider spoke on condition of anonymity, “Larry and Sergy have long had Singapore in their sights. Its just that its not on the top of our “Top 100″ list then. However things have changed now and we seemed to preparing for what would be another milestone in our history”
Over in Singapore, the government is eagerly anticipating scoring another coup. “Our position in the world economy has received another recognition with the news from Google. Its definitely a decision that has had much thought into it. Given our geographical location as well as our world-class infrastructure, we have positioned ourselves to be in the forefront of magor corporations strategic positioning decisions”
All eyes are now set on Monday 9AM, when the stock market opens for the week. It is widely expected to have a ripple effect on the market sentiment and this will bode well for the coming weeks as the STI aims to break its previous record high.
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