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  1. 6 points
  2. Diam diam rah kgk mai suay cui rah Juz nao jiak simpur sotong png
    5 points
  3. And end of the day still tell you they making losses while boss go buy a new GCB house LOL
    4 points
  4. In Japan they apologize, in Singapore, they will fire all the locals, hire cheap foreign workers, and cut the size of the whole thing by half.
    4 points
  5. New cluster at Pfizer Asia Pacific Cluster New Cases Total4 Remarks Pfizer Asia Pacific Pte Ltd 7 22 Workplace transmission, no evidence of spread beyond worksite. Of the 22 cases, 20 are staff and 2 are cleaners. The facility is not involved in vaccine production. Source: https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/update-on-local-covid-19-situation-(18-sep-2021)
    4 points
  6. 4 points
  7. Tomy say dis wkend juz order or jiak cai png at home He order fried cheeken, but hart feel so empty when I eating haizzz
    4 points
  8. Because they have to choose between total economy meltdown from shutdowns or vaccines which are barely effective for a few months. Vaccines are big businesses, long live capitalism.
    4 points
  9. soounds like the KGK that spends his father money on cheekons and eat cheap food... wahahaha....
    4 points
  10. i guesstimate grab's quarterly interest payment shld be ard usd500m based on full yr adjusted ebita of usd1bln loss. from how i read the financials quoted by ShT, i guesstimate interest expense most likely increased by usd100m this quarter due to the convertible redeemable preference share and whether the interest increase is 1-off, i need to know how the hybrid is structured and the amount issued. convertible redeemable preference share can be parked under equities or liabilities or combination of both and depending on how it is structured, u can even add in a interest payment delay/conversion clause or mechanism into it. so even thot there is an increase in interest payment, there maybe no corresponding increase in liabilities due to it being classified as equity and i believe grab has most likely parked the convertibles under equities. i must admit that grab's accountant did some very creative accounting to make everything look good but there is something in there that tells me of a rat.
    4 points
  11. Diam diam rah kgks mai suay cui rah Emose cai png haiz
    4 points
  12. i thought they always said they no need singaporeans business can survive? they also say its singaporeans fault that JB is so expensive right?
    4 points
  13. Won't succeed cos anytime can use ancient method of close company and reopen new company eatshitlo... No nid pay workers $$$ also
    3 points
  14. meanwhile in singapore, the HR will ask you to leave and bring their own village people to come replace you in seconds LOL And some fucker will go TV and says this are the jobs singaporeans who not want to do LOL
    3 points
  15. Zhenghu wants to pawn sinkies. Pass on the cost to sh1tizens! why cant Zhenghu control these fw who wants to job hob during crisis period. same case as domestic workers. pmet who are on contract to work here, should finish the contract like everyone in pmets or else pay compensation or send them back and ban them for the rest of the contract period. Overpriced parachute in "minitures" have no value in the real world.
    3 points
  16. NZ same as aussie,only local produce is cheap. Eating outside and import food are way more expensive. That's why i cook simple food when staying at aussie land.
    3 points
  17. I dun go such filthy places rah If go parklane ish juz to jiak western char png b4/after miting my atb gf wahaha
    3 points
  18. Ya she same face shape as my atb gf and my real life aunty teacher wahaha
    3 points
  19. Diam diam rah kgb, chiu dunno wat ish true luv rah
    3 points
  20. Watch jdrama makes mi feel rike a dkgk rah haiz
    3 points
  21. why empty leh? your heart warming drama not warm enough liao?
    3 points
  22. Written by an RI guy from the same cohort as Shanmugam n Leong WM: The Govt is conflating FTAs and FDIs with the free flow of foreign talent. There is some relationship but not a strong one. FTAs and FDIs are mainly structured for the free flow of goods , services and capital. Japan and Korea have a plethora of FTAs and FDIs but their language and culture forms a natural barrier to the free flow of people. Australia and New Zealand have a plethora of FTAs and FDIs but they regulate the flow of foreign workers stringently. Attacking the PSP using FTAs and FDIs is just a cover for their failure or perhaps unwillingness to regulate the massive influx of foreign workers. In the early 2000s, Singaporeans were up in arms against many PRC Chinese for competing for low to middle income jobs with the locals. This round, locals are up in arms against PMEs in the banking and IT sectors from India (plus Indians from the US , Britain etc). So how is race even relevant? Xenophobia maybe. Racism? Bollocks. Just a PAP political low blow. Yet another theory that is less discussed and debated is the “strike while the iron is hot” or “grow the economy at all cost and on steroids” theory. Under this hypothesis, the government is fully aware about allowing a foreign worker OVERFLOW because it wants to hurriedly create a bigger and bigger economy to justify its bigger and bigger pay check . Under this hypothesis, the government has decided to sacrifice a significant number of our local and older Singaporean workforce because they are not skilled and educated enough to fit into the new and boosted economy. They can very well remain as security guards, cleaners , landscapers , grab drivers , food and online delivery riders. The true beneficiaries of the inflated and somewhat artificial economy on steroids are themselves the ruling elites, their loyal businessmen supporters, Temasek and GIC, the GLC loyalists, the Singaporean elite professionals like lawyers, bankers, accountants etc and another perhaps 20% of locals who ride on the coat tails of the boosted economy such as real estate agents , tuition teachers and clever consultants etc. The hundreds of thousands of new Singaporeans and PRs who came in over the last two decades in tandem with foreign multinationals can arguably be credited with bringing in new economy businesses to Singapore and making our economy much bigger and more modern than would otherwise be the case ( just look at the Malaysian economy without the benefit of global MNCs and foreign talent flows). So in conclusion, the real reason for the foreign worker OVERFLOW into Singapore since 2005 maybe deliberate and calculated rather than accidental and due to careless oversight. There are just too many adult born and bred Singaporeans today who are under educated ( through no fault of theirs because there were too few universities) due to past policy mistakes . The mismatch is already cast in stone and it’s too late to teach an old pony new tricks no matter how much government propaganda suggesting that this can be done. Up the ante to educate and up-skill the young Singaporeans today so that they will not fall into the similar trap of their under educated parents. That’s an obvious policy strategy. The past policy mistake of under educating hundreds of thousands of Singaporeans has inadvertently led to the dire consequence of over rewarding a minority of local Singaporeans and severely under compensating a majority of our older and under educated Singaporeans( hence the stagnation of medium wages). That is the ugly truth. Work fare and tripartite progressive wage models are just signs of desperate and late in the day attempts to help underpaid older Singaporean employees whose based wages were so ridiculously depressed in the past that escalating the increase would only bring them to $1500/- today and $2350/- by 2028 - compared to ruling elites who are paid millions. So my final point is that the economic fruits of an artificially charged economy on steroids have created enormous wealth to the nation BUT an equally high cost or externality. The ruling elites, their loyal supporters and a few fortunate Singaporeans reap most of the benefits leaving the majority of Singaporeans to scramble over the crumbs. So it may ultimately just boil down to how an artificially inflated cake should be divided in order to meet the norm of societal justice. The tall poppies should be trimmed while the short ones lifted by redistribution. As Hazel correctly puts it , if the ruling elites were made to peg their salaries to the stagnating growth of median income of local Singaporeans, this debate would not be relevant today. But the saddest part of the Singapore model of success is that the ruling elites/ policy makers are not on the same boat as the commoners who toil and labour with their hands. Like George Orwell wrote in the Animal Farm, all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others. source : credits walter2000
    3 points
  23. Diam diam rah mai gong jiao wei rah rike chiur blainless dkgk bro @The_King rah wahaha
    3 points
  24. 3 points
  25. Old ppl have a saying eat sotong become blur like sotong The another saying sotong , ah tong tong tong become xiao tin tong
    3 points
  26. HEY, at least u wont be serious illness ok. vaxx is social responsibility! dont even ask whats the ratio of vaxx vs non vaxx requiring oxygen supplementation and/or in ICU now.
    3 points
  27. Q2 loss US$815... revenue US$180... wtf... they are burning 4 times of their revenue... still got people want to buy their ipo ah?
    3 points
  28. So suck hoe die Dick wu gong Suck hoe Viet
    3 points
  29. Yesterday 600 cases...i think like this he will be sot sot for a while
    3 points
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