A train in Pakistan. Photo credit to China Daily. Singapore can achieve this in 2030. This is a picture of future Singapore.
Oh yes. One can imagine the "surprises" which are cumming. The govt won't leave anyone alone, and those in the private sector—all by their lonesome, the self-employed—are in for a shock.When you start an enterprise and register, the govt highwayman/robber is going to force you to pay for CPF—even though you may have made other arrangements: e.g. your own, voluntarily acquired insurance policies.And they are going to lock up your money.Self employed myth: FREEDOM!Rubbish!
this is a govt that looks after its cashflow, and the voters love that.
I am holding my breath for the next 'great Singapore srew' of the self-employed. But as anon said, the voters love that. What to do
it is a case of too much kindness, caring and compassion.
The road to hell is paved with "good intentions".
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