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End of Existing Growth at All Cost Policy for PAP Government

Growth at all cost mentality in Singapore has cost Singaporeans a lot in the form of social dis-amenities. There are two disparate groups in Singapore now. The post 65 generation enjoyed the successes and a typical Singaporean can own up to 3 properties, collecting rental and enjoying a respectable lifestyle. This group of Singaporeans, together with new citizens need to ensure the economic friendly policies sustain. This is so needed to support their asset values.

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Grace Fu: Government committed to slowing down population growth

The Government has embarked on a new “strategic direction” in its population policies to bring about a slower and more sustainable pace of population growth as committed to in the Population White Paper, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Grace Fu today (March 5). “Our goal is that Singapore continues to be an endearing home and a good place for Singaporeans to live, work and play,” she said during the Prime Minister’s Office Committee of Supply debate. Citing statistics released in the annual Population in Brief report last year, Ms Fu said Singapore’s population grew by just 1.6 per cent last year, its slowest pace in the last 10 years and almost half the average rate of 3.1 per cent from 2004 to 2012.

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