22 Jun '11, 4am

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Singapore was the third-most-popular place to relocate to worldwide over the last five years, up from their previous ranking of seventh in 2006. -- ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN SINGAPORE was the third-most-popular place to relocate to worldwide over the last five years, according to Cartus Corporation. This is an improvement over 2006's ranking of seventh and lifts the country above China, Switzerland and Japan in the relocation management firm's top 25 list, which is compiled every five years. 'Singapore is one of the top expat destinations and this comes as no surprise as the city-state has a reputation for attracting foreign investors, companies and professionals,' said the firm's head of Asia-Pacific operations, Mr Kenneth Kwek. 'Singapore has demonstrated strong resilience during the global economic crisis and many of our clients have chosen Singapore as part of their bu...

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