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Singapore's plans to expand its pool of foreign tech talent under a new scheme may help to boost the private home rental market here, property consultants said.

SINGAPORE'S plans to expand its pool of foreign tech talent under a new scheme may help to boost the private home rental market here, property consultants said.To continue reading

 

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