Overseas consultants have joined in the protestations, with some delighting to highlight how Hongkong's non-intervention policy makes investment more attractive - whose non-intervention government also recently announced it may reverse property cooling curbs if so required. And in Britain, non-residents pay no seller's or capital gains tax for playing in the property market. If Singapore is giving all these foreign countries the wrong end of the stick, why is Liechtenstein so favoured?
|Liechtenstein National Museum|
- ASEAN (AFTA)
- ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand FTA (AANZFTA)
- China (CSFTA)
- The Gulf Cooperation Council (GSFTA)
- Japan (JSEPA)
- Korea (KSFTA)
- Trans-Pacific SEP (TPFTA)
- United States (USSFTA)
The only other bit we know about the Liechtenstein connection is that George Yeo signed the FTA in 2002 when he was in the MTI. According to his blog, Liechtenstein's foreign minister then was Ernst Walch, with whom he had a nice lunch and a nice visit to the modern art museum in Vaduz. Walch's daughter studied law at NUS.