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Data from Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower shows that the number of expat, white-collar workers, in the city state is the lowest it’s been in a decade. The number of Employment Pass holders, a work permit issued to foreign professionals earning at least S$4,500 (over 110,000 Thai baht) a month, fell 9% to 161,700 in the year ended December 2021. This is the lowest since 2010, when the number was 143,300. The data suggests that Singapore is not yet reaping the benefits of the exodus of expats from Hong Kong, although this could change when the city-state fully re-opens its borders […]

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