(Nov 20): On Thursday, Nov 2, US President Donald Trump unveiled his signature tax reform plan in the Oval Office at the White House. He was flanked by Penang-born Tan Hock Eng, 65, CEO of Singapore-based, San Jose-run, communications chip firm Broadcom, which has a market capitalisation of US$106 billion ($143.7 billion). Broadcom, Tan told Trump and the White House audience, was ready to “make America home again” as it relocates from Singapore to Delaware.

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