Do Singaporeans hate foreigners?

D'Cruz, Frankie
May 2012
Malay Mail;5/29/2012, p18
In this article the author discusses the issues involving the immigration policies of Singapore. He examines the anti-foreigner sentiment in Singapore and the response of the government of reducing foreign worker intake. Also investigated is the attraction posed by Singapore to foreign businessmen and the condition of low-wage workers compared to highly paid government officials and business executives.


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