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Singapore completes first phase of Tsunami Warning System

24 March 2006: Singapore announced the completion of the first phase of its Tsunami Early Warning System on March 23, while celebrating this year’s World Meteorological Day. Phase one of the system provides Singapore with the capability to exchange real-time earthquake data with seismic networks operated by countries in the region. Developed by the Meteorological Services Division of the NEA, the system worth 3 million Singapore dollars is expected to be completed by the end of 2007.