Singapore, World Highest External Debt Per Capital : Each Singaporean Owes S$580,000
10-10-2019 3:08 PM
sukhoi35 said:
Each Singaporean owes S$580,000

Even IF all Singaporeans able to sell their properties and sleep on five foot way, its still insufficient to redeem in full US$ 1.766 trillion External Debt.

How can our govt do this to us?


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10-10-2019 3:47 PM
HdbTEH said:
all thanks to the 70% of retards

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8-10-2019 9:23 PM
maipenrai said:
I don't know what they do with the money but then got people can deposit their money here is an indication of how much they trust our system.

Most African countries are heavily sunk in external debts proven that got people can deposit their money in Africa continent is an indication of how much they trust their system

African themselves don't know what they do to the money
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10-10-2019 4:37 PM
sukhoi35 said:
Most African countries are heavily sunk in external debts proven that got people can deposit their money in Africa continent is an indication of how much they trust their system

African themselves don't know what they do to the money

Singapore govt debts is about $500B. So money deposited here is $1.266 T.
Do you know how much of the debts are African countries govt debts and how much are deposited there?
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10-10-2019 5:32 PM
maipenrai said:
Singapore govt debts is about $500B. So money deposited here is $1.266 T.
Do you know how much of the debts are African countries govt debts and how much are deposited there?

Let say $500 + $1.266 received and recorded.
Then, $1.766 spent on shopping spree or lost in casino.

What happens when its due for accrued interest and deposit repayment?
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10-10-2019 6:05 PM
sukhoi35 said:
Let say $500 + $1.266 received and recorded.
Then, $1.766 spent on shopping spree or lost in casino.

What happens when its due for accrued interest and deposit repayment?

Ask the shops and casino for refund lor.
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10-10-2019 2:15 PM
Oneworld said:
Hey you have not reply on how to interpret ho things performance using the 20 years return chart.

Hey, I had provided the link for you on Temasek Holdings’ financials which you were unaware of to check on her performance. Everybody can now see and interpret for themselves how’s Temasek Holdings’s performance under Ho Ching for the approx. past 20 years. You can’t interpret yourself?

On the other hand, you had yet to provide anything to substantiate how the current losing portfolios at Temasek Holdings are going to adversely affect Singapore’s net asset position. Turning it from positive to negative (thus extending CPF’s withdrawal age to 93) if there’s any crumpling of the global financial system as you had inferred. Awaiting our substantiation.

To clear your doubts, I had indicated the recent glowing assessment of IMF on Singapore’s financial system even under large-scale global financial market turmoil which you simply brush off. Please substantiate why it’s otherwise.

You kept insisting that Temasek Holdings managed CPF monies. I had provided multiple links to substantiate why it wasn’t so. The only article you had given only had MOF emphasized that sources of Temasek Holdings' funds do not include CPF monies. So, please substantiate as per your claim.

All along, you are merely using diversionary tactic of asking for my interpretation on Ho Ching's performance to avoid substantiating whatever you had claimed.
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10-10-2019 9:33 PM
Uncharted said:
Hey, I had provided the link for you on Temasek Holdings’ financials which you were unaware of to check on her performance. Everybody can now see and interpret for themselves how’s Temasek Holdings’s performance under Ho Ching for the approx. past 20 years. You can’t interpret yourself?

On the other hand, you had yet to provide anything to substantiate how the current losing portfolios at Temasek Holdings are going to adversely affect Singapore’s net asset position. Turning it from positive to negative (thus extending CPF’s withdrawal age to 93) if there’s any crumpling of the global financial system as you had inferred. Awaiting our substantiation.

To clear your doubts, I had indicated the recent glowing assessment of IMF on Singapore’s financial system even under large-scale global financial market turmoil which you simply brush off. Please substantiate why it’s otherwise.

You kept insisting that Temasek Holdings managed CPF monies. I had provided multiple links to substantiate why it wasn’t so. The only article you had given only had MOF emphasized that sources of Temasek Holdings' funds do not include CPF monies. So, please substantiate as per your claim.

All along, you are merely using diversionary tactic of asking for my interpretation on Ho Ching's performance to avoid substantiating whatever you had claimed.

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