Tag Archives: CECA

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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S’PORE-INDIA CECA AGREEMENT SUPPRESSING S’POREAN YOUTHS JOB OPPORTUNITIES

A recent post on Facebook on Comprehensive Economic Coperation Agreement between Singapore & India caught my eye. In the agreement, there are 127 professions opened to Indian citizens. On top of that their spouses are also allowed to work. The fact is the foreigners will come when the policies are in their favor, make the most of it and leave for greener pastures when there's opportunities. Our young people will stay in Singapore, earn suppressed salaries, struggle to pay for a HDB, support aged parents & build own families.

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OUTSOURCING TO INDIAN COMPANY IS THE REAL REASON BEHIND S’PORE’S FIBRE INTERNET COCK UPS

I’m in the company handling fibre optic connections in Singapore. Pretty obvious where I work. Recently we were fined by IDA. Let me tell what’s the problem. We are working with one of these India CECA company which brought their whole village over. We outsource to them using their software for basically the whole data of fibre connections in Singapore. End user internet connections, businesses internet connections depend on these data, before the respective ISP can give you internet services.

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INDIA MAY TAKE S’PORE TO WTO COURT FOR NOT ALLOWING MORE INDIANS TO WORK IN SG

The new measures taken by Singapore to control the influx of foreigners working in Singapore ‘has irked India as the new law does not give India a preferential treatment incorporated in the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CECA) between the two countries, operational since 2005. This stance by the Singapore Government is expected to affect Indians working as middle-level managers, executives and technicians.

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