Immigrant is a solution or just a time bomb in the future?

Singapore Government encourage foreigners to come here to solve the aging population. But this resulting in over crowded, inflation and loss of job for the local. More local will chose not to have a baby now, as most of them really can't afford. Thus encouraging so many foreigners here (1 out 5 people here are foreigners), it's a temporary solution for aging population and a time bomb for a worsen problem in the future?

Asked By: Tan D - 11/10/2009
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There are two categories of people who will agree with the Singapore Government Immigration Policy... More
Answered By: Dead Anyway - 11/11/2009
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That's why the Ministers are paying themselves extra-ordinary high salary, so that they can leave the country after they have earned enough.
Answered By: Tony T - 11/10/2009
I'm not really sure what your question is, so I am going to weigh in with a definite "I have no idea!". Nobody really can know until the solution is solved or the bomb explodes, now can they?
Answered By: tallcowboy0614 - 11/10/2009
Letting immigrants in is in my opinion, just a short term solution.Like you said, no jobs no money how to start a family? Therefore I feel the government must think of a better solution than just opening our doors wide to so many immigrants.
Answered By: Xahnus - 11/10/2009
Answer to this question is relative. If the intent of the host government is for immigrants to be contributors in the economic progress, then it would be good for both the sending and receiving governments. In the case of Singapore, addressing the aging problem could be solved by importing caregivers, that is if... More
Answered By: itiswell - 11/11/2009
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