SNG Even though they are proud and optimistic about the future, Singaporeans claim that they are tired of the fast paced lifestyle that economic growth has brought upon their country. A recent study, where candidates were picked randomly in proportion to the demographics of Singapore and interviewed on a one to one basis. Have shown results of uncertainty regarding the future development of Singapore. Whilst belief in the government and its actions for the near to mid future have a strong majority of the population, and a slight less majority agreeing on feeling optimistic about the next few years, there is a general consensus that most Singaporeans would like to see less foreigners , less completion for schools and a slower pace of life.. Singapore is a major cross road between the Pacific and Indian Ocean which was once considered a third world country – has managed within 40 years to become a booming economy. The strict laws of the governing bodies, which many can argue to be trade barriers have shown that the stability that the economy offers due to regulation place it as low risk area for investment. Singapore offers competition in the market place, with transparent laws and a strong banking system. However, as mentioned all the hard work inputted in Singapore has tired the people from the fast pace life – which includes long working hours and strong completion in the market place which starts from youngsters at school. Within the Global Economic Crisis many companies looking for a safe banking and regulating system have moved their operations in Singapore to avoid the burden of falling governments and the fiscal policies which impact on companies. If you have interest in incorporating or opening a bank in Singapore, please do not hesitate to contact Eltoma Corporate Services.