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YouTube Channel Teaches About SPass And EPass Employment

YouTube Channel Teaches About SPass And EPass Employment

A YouTube Channel to share everything about Singapore has caught the attention of many local netizens. The Channel aims to make Singapore "feel like a home" to its viewers by answering all queries about Singapore such as travel, work and things to do here. Netizens have voiced concerned about Singaporeans losing jobs and reducing income amid the pandemic. With this YouTuber encouraging more FTs to seek employment here and the supposed facilitation by CECA, Singaporeans worry that they will have to struggle for PMET jobs vacancies.

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Ex-DBS CECA Employee Accuses Singapore Of Practicing Racism

Ex-DBS CECA Employee Accuses Singapore Of Practicing Racism

In August 2018, a former DBS Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) employee caused controversy when he posted an image of a Singapore flag being torn apart to reveal the India national flag. He was investigated and eventually let off with a stern warning from the Singapore police. CNA wrote an article that ended with him declaring his "unwavering" view about how he "still feel this (Singapore) is the best country in the world". Fast forward to 2020, Singapore is facing the Covid19 pandemic. The ex-DBS employee took to his LinkedIn to criticise Singapore.

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Covid19: Sovereign Lady Defies CB Rules Again By Going Out Without Mask For Third Time

First she never wear her mask when going shopping for groceries at a wet market. Then a few days back, she again never wear her mask on at Shunfu mart and still can confront passerbys who advise her to wear her mask. Today, another photo of her has popped up on social media showing her going out buying food without a face mask again. Who does she think she is that she is above the law?

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PM Lee Wants ASEAN To Work Closely With India Now, SG's CECA Not Enough

PM Lee Wants ASEAN To Work Closely With India Now, SG's CECA Not Enough

In the recent India - ASEAN summit over the weekend that took place in Bangkok, PM Lee met with his counterpart, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and declared that both ASEAN and India should redouble their efforts to improve economic integration.

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The Debacle Of CECA: PAP Has A Lot Of Explaining To Do To Singaporeans

Did MOM cross check with the universities and ex employers about these CECA beneficiaries? Or are they allowed to gobble up all the better jobs and higher pay at the expense of other well qualified Singaporeans? Has Heng Swee Keat and the PAP erred in their judgement in signing the CECA?

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PAP MINISTER PROMISES TO CONCLUDE INDIA CECA AGREEMENT, MORE FOREIGN TALENTS INCOMING?

Despite widespread misgivings among S'poreans at the effects of the CECA with India, primarily revolving around the clause recognising the qualifications of Indian nationals in 127 professions opening the door for them to work here, the PAP is going ahead to conclude the Agreement with the south Asian giant. The aforesaid clause has already been implemented in certain PMET sectors such as banking and this has resulted in an influx of foreign Indian nationals into the foreign banks to the extent that places like MBFC and CBP have been renamed by locals as Mumbai Financial Centre and Chennai Business Park.

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LEE HSIEN LOONG TOTALLY OUTSMARTED BY INDIA'S CECA AGREEMENT?

Twelve years ago on 29 June 2005, PM Lee triumphantly went to India to sign the free trade agreement, the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement or CECA, with the Indian government. Hence with CECA, Indian IT companies like Wipro or Infosys can exploit the "intra-corporate transfer" loophole, to move large number of Indian IT workers into Singapore since CECA does not set any quotas. They do not have to hire a single Singaporean in their Singapore-based subsidiaries. Before the PAP govt notices, tens of thousands of Indian IT workers have already quietly entered Singapore with many of them working and settling in the East side of Singapore, creating their own enclaves.

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HOW MANY FOREIGNERS HAVE SNEAKED IN VIA SG-INDIA CECA?

I refer to the article “Review of India-S’pore economic pact not on hold: Delhi” (Straits Times, Apr 6). It states that “India’s Commerce Ministry says it is in discussion with Singapore on providing visas for its IT professionals but denies that the issue has led to the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (Ceca) being put on hold.

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S'PORES CECA TRADE PACT WITH INDIA MUST BE SCRAPPED, SG IS FLOODED WITH PEOPLE!

The CECA trade pact has caused many neighbourhoods in Singapore to experience an explosion of Indian nationals like never seen before. I am comfortable with having only the Indian professionals involved settle and work in Singapore, but why is the Singapore government allowing the families and extended families of these Indian nationals settle in Singapore as well?

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INDIA GOVT ACCUSES SINGAPORE OF BLOCKING INDIAN IT PROFESSIONAL VISA PASSES

According to a New Delhi newspaper, working IT professional visas in Singapore for Indian nations have been "dropped to a trickle" by the Singapore government. This has prompted the Indian government to halt their review of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) pact with Singapore citing violation of the pact by the Singapore government.

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