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Bigger Gains For Opposition In Singapore

Bridget Welsh

09-May-11 22:14

Bigger Gains For Opposition In Singapore

Bridget Welsh, Associate Professor for Political Science at Singapore Management University, analyses the results of Singapore's elections, and says that a possible outcome would be the tightening of immigration policies especially for the IT sector, and more social welfare to reduce the income divide.



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