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Date: Sep 5, 2014, Friday
Venue: Joyden Hall, Bugis+
Time: 7 pm – 10 pm

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29 August
6:30pm
9 Kelantan Lane #05-01

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Suspension of voluntary coupon redemption programme as of 1st April 2014

Please be kindly advised that the voluntary coupon redemption programme at all AFA testing sites (ATS & MTS) has ended as of 1st April 2014. AFA is currently in the process of securing funding for future programmes and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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