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Ong Ye Kung speaks on the FTA strategy and the falsehoods surrounding CECA

"Simply put, we are too small to survive on our own, and we need to tap into global markets to earn a living, and be self-reliant. If we accept the basic reality that Singapore needs the world to earn a living, then we would realise the fundamental importance of all our FTAs. They are a keystone of the economic super-structure we have built. We could not have advanced the welfare of Singaporeans to the degree we have without FTAs.

When you attack FTAs, and worse if your attack succeeds, you are undermining the fundamentals of our existence, of the way we earn a living, all the sectors FTAs are supporting, and the hundreds of thousands of Singaporean jobs created in these sectors."



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CECA

Debunking the myth that CECA gives Indian nationals unconditional access to Singapore and immigration privileges.

Singapore’s success was not built overnight. We’re a small red dot on the map and have to constantly jostle to maintain our place in the world. We are nothing but a dust speck in the global arena if it weren’t for our success. Let’s not forget how precarious our position is nor be swayed by the baseless comments of netizens online.



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Chan Chun SIng

The government is looking to create a new generation of jobs in advanced manufacturing that will make full use of talent and potential. Education Minister Chan Chun Sing said the government's definition of success is how students can go beyond the Institutes of Higher Learning to keep learning and improving, and stay at the forefront of the manufacturing sector," he said.

"We are interested in helping our students become lifelong learners and get on to a new trajectory that will allow them to stay competitive in the years to come," Mr Chan said. 



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