Friday, 27 July 2012

The NUMBERS tell it all...

As at December 2011, we had 3.27 million Singapore Citizens (SCs), and 0.54 million Permanent Residents (PRs). Together, they made up the resident population of 3.81 million. We also had a non-resident population of 1.46 million who are working, studying or living in Singapore on a non-permanent basis. Singapore’s total population was 5.26 million.I add the two numbers together 0.54 million and 1.46 million and you get 2.0 million exactly.
So if you take this and divided by the total population you will get an astonishing 38% of people in Singapore who are not Native!
Please lah, always talk about productivity and using automation, and we still need 2 million foreigners in Singapore?!
I will continue to be against the current govt's foreign immigration policy and propogate that message to all I know.
Develop and respect your own citizens!

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