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Re: Singapore Visa issues becomes national news in India

Post by CuriousKaptain » Tue, 14 Nov 2017 6:22 pm

TMD wrote:
Wd40 wrote:TCS has around 1400 staff working here brought from India. Then there is wipro, Infosys, HCL, Mindtree and zensar. That's about it so the 10k figure sounds right.
Optimum, Comtel etc are not counted.
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Singaporean authorities has for years been telling the World that "people" is their only resource for growth and prosperity.

Trouble is they forget which "people" they should had focused on.

That is where capitalism begins to fail the system and society.

That was one main reason why Trump won.
how did the s'porean authorities forget about their people?
while people may feel like they're oppressed when they're not, we have a pretty good infrastructure compared to others. (though certain stuff like to break down...)

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Re: Singapore Visa issues becomes national news in India

Post by Strong Eagle » Tue, 14 Nov 2017 10:13 pm

CuriousKaptain wrote:
TMD wrote:
Wd40 wrote:TCS has around 1400 staff working here brought from India. Then there is wipro, Infosys, HCL, Mindtree and zensar. That's about it so the 10k figure sounds right.
Optimum, Comtel etc are not counted.
Sent from my Redmi Note 2 using Tapatalk
Singaporean authorities has for years been telling the World that "people" is their only resource for growth and prosperity.

Trouble is they forget which "people" they should had focused on.

That is where capitalism begins to fail the system and society.

That was one main reason why Trump won.
how did the s'porean authorities forget about their people?
while people may feel like they're oppressed when they're not, we have a pretty good infrastructure compared to others. (though certain stuff like to break down...)
How? Same as in the USA. Unequal wealth and income distribution. Policies that allow the wealthy to become more wealthy but nothing for those at the marginalized ends of society. Policies that put the power to govern in the hands of a few well connected, making a mockery of so call "free" elections.

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