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Thanksgiving Day is happening this Thursday on 24 November. While some may think of it as just a day to give thanks and feast, others may be excited about what comes after: Black Friday (25 November) and Cyber Monday (28 November) sales.
If you’re shopping for Christmas gifts, you’d better make use of this four-day sale (25-28 November) to snatch the best deals. During this Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale, Amazon Singapore is offering free local and international delivery with a minimum spend of S$40. You can also get up to 10 per cent off with two or more purchases from Amazon US or Amazon Japan.
In addition, new Amazon Prime members can get S$5 off a minimum spend of S$25. Not yet a member? Join Prime now to enjoy member-exclusive benefits.
Here are some of the top electronics deals you can find on Amazon this Black Friday. Or check out these fashion deals.
Singapore is seeing an influx of ultra-wealthy families from China looking to protect their wealth from a Communist Party that increasingly views them with suspicion.Other Chinese tycoons fear the Communist Party could apply similar pressure or even take over their businesses at low prices, an accountant familiar with the situation told AFP.
"Moving to Singapore is about making sure the family wealth is kept safe and can last for several generations," the accountant said.
China insisted the flyover was an accident involving a civilian aircraft and threatened repercussions. President Joe Biden issued the order but had wanted the balloon downed even earlier, on Wednesday. Military officials determined that bringing it down over land from an altitude of 60,000 feet would pose an undue risk to people on the ground.
A Russian spin doctor-turned-mercenary has apparently been targeted in a possible execution attempt in eastern Ukraine in what analysts have suggested could be a warning to the increasingly influential boss of the Wagner Group.
“We are again being threatened by German Leopard tanks,” Russian President Vladimir Putin declared Thursday on a visit to Volgograd, where he commemorated the 80th anniversary of the Red Army’s World War II victory over Nazi forces in Stalingrad.