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SINGAPURA, KOMPAS.com - Pemerintah Singapura memberikan subsidi kepada penduduk yang berpenghasilan rendah dan para penyandang disabilitas, berupa potongan harga layanan transportasi publik. Dalam penjelasan resminya pekan ini, Menteri Transportasi Singapura menjelaskan jumlah subsidi mencapai 140.000 orang. Jumlah itu terdiri dari sekitar 133.000 warga yang berpenghasilan rendah yaitu sebesar 1.9
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06-07-2014 18:36

Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi

SINGAPURA, KOMPAS.com - Pemerintah Singapura memberikan subsidi kepada penduduk yang berpenghasilan rendah dan para penyandang disabilitas, berupa potongan harga layanan transportasi publik.

Dalam penjelasan resminya pekan ini, Menteri Transportasi Singapura menjelaskan jumlah subsidi mencapai 140.000 orang. Jumlah itu terdiri dari sekitar 133.000 warga yang berpenghasilan rendah yaitu sebesar 1.900 dollar Singapura (sekitar Rp 18 juta) per bulan dan 7.000 warga penyandang disabilitas.

Bagi warga yang bergaji rendah, besaran potongan tarif transportasi yang diberikan Pemerintah Singapura sebesar 15 persen dari tarif dewasa normal. Sementara itu, warga penyandang disabilitas mendapatkan potongan sebesar 25 persen.

Skema subsidi itu akan menambah anggaran belanja pemerintah negara tetangga ini sebanyak 50 juta dollar Singapura per tahun.

Pada January lalu, Dewan Transportasi Singapura mengumumkan kenaikan tarif transportasi publik sebesar 3,2 persen dan efektif beralaku pada April. Kebijakan itu membuat tarif kereta dan bis di Singapura naik sebesar 2- 6 sen dollar Singapura. Sementara itu, skema subsidi ini akan mulai efektif pada hari ini, Minggu (6/7/2014).

Juru bicara Kementerian Transportasi mengungkapkan pihaknya telah menyebarkan sekitar 250.000 aplikasi kepada para pengguna transportasi publik. Namun, tidak semua warga yang mengajukan, mendapatkan subsidi.

Kebijakan ini disambut gembira oleh para penerima skema subsidi itu. Seperti diungkapkan penyandang disabilitas Jorena Tan (35), yang tiap hari menggunakan bus dan kereta from rumahnya di sekitar Serangoon menuju tempat kerjanya di sekitar Promenade.

"Angkutan umum di London gratis bagi penyandang disabilitas, sehingga saya berharap setidaknya ada potongan biaya bagi penyandang disabilitas di sini (Singapura)," ujarnya.

Sumber http://kom.ps/AFkYwo

Memangnya 18jt kalo di Singapore dapat hidup kaya apa sih???
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 18:39
Gampang tinggal cek berapa yang bisa dia tabung sebulan buat bandingin sama di negara kita
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 18:41
Asik..bisa jadi tambahan apek2 buat nyabo di batam..emoticon-Big Grin
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 18:47
Quote:Original Posted By crossoverjersey
Gampang tinggal cek berapa yang bisa dia tabung sebulan buat bandingin sama di negara kita


kalo dia ngehemat bisa kali 2-3 juta...setara sama penghasilan para fresh graduate disini.
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 18:55
gaji sebesar 6000/7000dollar/60juta/70juta jg msh ngirit n kurang krn daya beli n barang2 mahal bngt emoticon-Matabelo

gaji 100juta aja kurang,apalagi klo d eropa n amerika gaji segitu d anggap kecil emoticon-Matabelo
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 19:38
hehe... 18 juta/bulan disono disini ibarat 2jt (gaji jakarta)

potong indekos (700.000)

potong bensin/transport (100.000)

potong makan (500.000)---> kondisi busung lapar/busung utang

potong jajan, pulsa dsb.. (300.000)---> cicak juga nangis klo dijatah segini s3bulan

sisanya, kalo nabungnya ga ngoyo bisa nyimpen
400.000 (ga ngoyo nabung dari mane...!!!)

kalo uang sono sisa 200 dolar.. ya disono kira2 sama dengan 400 rebu sini

kecuali jalan2 liburan ke batam... lumayan lah... pijet2 ala batam 200 dolar.. balik enteng... bisa restart mesin buat di forsir lagi
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 19:55
Quote:Original Posted By [Ice Man]
kalo dia ngehemat bisa kali 2-3 juta...setara sama penghasilan para fresh graduate disini.


Kalo tabungannya buat dibelanjain di Singapur juga kan beda gan, kecuali kalo tabungannya buat dipake di Indonesia.
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 20:03
Kalo diitung2 di spore sebulan buat public transport emang nyekek abisss

Kalo mobilitas tinggi bisa 20 kali tap sehari gan
Ya 600-700 dollar tuh cima buat bis / mrt.

Ya kalo disubsidi segitu mah ya mayan bisa buat nabung gan ...
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 20:05
waduhhh..klo dsini 18jt sbulan dah kaya raya...5jt sbulan aja dah lumayan buangettt.
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 20:43
Quote:Original Posted By [Ice Man]


kalo dia ngehemat bisa kali 2-3 juta...setara sama penghasilan para fresh graduate disini.

kalau warganya hemat2an malah bahaya, perekonomiannya bisa mandeg tuh
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 21:05
18jt?
Disana gak ada gelandangan apa? Super sekali singapur
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 21:16
Quote:Original Posted By wildlokz
Singapore beda beda tifis sama jefang emoticon-Ngakak

Utk makan sehari aja bisa habis 100an ribu, blum termasuk minum emoticon-Ngakak


Kalo jajan ga cukup gan
Kalo masak mungkin emoticon-Big Grin
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 21:50
kita aneksasi singapur yuk hehehe...

becanda gan jangan dibawa serius emoticon-Sundul Gan (S)
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 21:54
yah setara 1.5-1.8 juta kalau buat idup dijakarta, tapi masa mau kita terus idup disubsidi?

kapan majunya mental bangsa kita?

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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 22:07

Mewujudkan sosialisme di negara kecil emang gampang...

sementara, di Indonesia, semua sosialis bernasib buruk. Contoh: Bung Hatta, Sjafruddin Prawiranegara, Gus Dur. Next bad luck brian: Prabowo dan Jokowi?

BTW, gua dukung Dahlan Iskan bikin holding raksasa seperti rencananya. Singapura punya Temasek, Malaysia punya Khazanah. We are waking up...

Singapore's capitalism myth
By Gary LaMoshi

HONG KONG - When people talk about Japan Inc or the US military-industrial complex, they're referring to a metaphorical representation of a perceived phenomenon. But when they talk about Singapore Inc, they mean Temasek Holdings.

Temasek is the Singapore government's S$70 billion (US$40 billion) investment vehicle with major stakes in Singapore's key sectors, in line with its mission: "To contribute to Singapore's economic growth by nurturing world-class companies through effective stewardship and commercially driven [sic] strategic investments." Temasek's only shareholder is the Singapore Ministry of Finance, from which it was spun off in 1974.

So when Temasek and the Singapore government disagree, as they do over quarterly corporate reporting, it's news. Even bigger news, in this age of deregulation, free-marketeer calls for bureaucrats to get out of the way of capitalism, and knee-jerk condescension toward Singapore's nannyism: the government is right on this matter.

Marx to Lenin to Lee
The Heritage Foundation, a leading US conservative think-tank, touts Singapore as one of the world's two freest economies, but that's just a myth. In fact, Singapore is the world's most successful socialist state.

More than 80 percent of Singapore's population lives in public housing, sheltered from the harsh realities of the government-controlled property market. While Singapore has the trappings of a democracy, the ruling People's Action Party is living proof that the one-party state survives outside the dustbin of history. Rather than the sharp-elbowed unabashed capitalism of Wall Street, Singapore's economic philosophy more closely mirrors that of another tropical island with a signature rum cocktail: Cuba.

Temasek is Exhibit A in Singapore's blatant, and largely profitable, government intervention in the economy. Buying a computer? Temasek owns 70 percent of Chartered Semiconductor. Chatting on the phone? Temasek owns 67 percent of Singapore Telecom. Taking a vacation? Temasek owns 57 percent of Singapore Airlines.

There's nothing wrong with any of that, other than the blatant lies about unbridled capitalism. (Since when was veracity among Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew's vaunted Asian values, or the Heritage Foundation's?) In its charter, Temasek adopts an ideal major investor's stance: "Temasek will exercise its shareholder rights to influence the strategic directions of its companies. But it does not involve itself in their day-to-day commercial decisions." In another document, it elaborates, "Temasek's guiding philosophy is to 'put the right people in charge, make sure that the decision-making process is transparent, and then let them carry on with the business'."

Information, please
Financial reports are the main way for Temasek and other investors to exercise their rights and responsibilities, and the more timely and complete the information the better. The Singapore government, in its drive to make Singapore's capital markets a more attractive destination for overseas investment, recognizes that and declared quarterly reporting mandatory starting next year.

But in his keynote address to the Asian Business Dialogue on Corporate Governance last Thursday, Temasek chairman S Dhanabalan slammed quarterly reports, a world standard for nearly 70 years but still an anomaly in Asia. "I am dismayed that we in Singapore have decided to impose this practice on listed companies," Dhanabalan lamented. Decrying management and market focus on quarterly earnings, he added, "We seem to have tilted in favor of traders in stocks rather than investors in stocks."

Dhanabalan is also the chairman of government-controlled banking group DBS. Two of those letters pretty much sum up the merits of his position. His basic premise that quarterly reporting causes volatility is wrong, and the thinking behind his argument shows that, despite differences with the government on this issue, Dhanabalan hasn't strayed far from the Singapore-think we all know and mock. But don't take my word for it; listen to experts from opposite ends of the globe.

"It is lack of information, not too much information, that causes short-termism," Deborah Pastor, director of shareholder advocacy website eRaider.com, said from New York. "Annual disclosure, like pro forma earnings, forces investors to guess how a company is doing. When investors do not have fresh, reliable information, they have no choice but to trade on rumor. Solid information leads to solid trading."

Five-year plan
"In finance and in weather, longer-range forecasts are inherently less accurate than short-range forecasts, and a company is more likely to miss a six-month forecast than a three-month forecast, so the market is in fact much more vulnerable to shocks when data are only released twice yearly," said David Webb, editor of Hong Kong corporate governance watchdog Webb-site.com.

"Taking [Dhanabalan's] argument to the extreme, perhaps companies should only report every five years, in line with the supposed business cycle, to avoid management behaving in a 'short-term fashion'," Webb suggested. "Then minority shareholders would just have to speculate in the intervening years about what is really going on inside their company. Clearly that does not make for an efficient market."

Lack of information hardly makes for efficient investing either, so it seems ridiculous for Temasek to oppose increased information. Webb, a former investment banker, unraveled the mystery: "Controlling shareholders, through their board seats, have access to corporate data on a real-time basis. Within the limits of what is practical, there is no reason to withhold such information from outside shareholders, as it creates information asymmetry between shareholders."

In other words, Temasek gets its information and, naturally, uses it responsibly, but Dhanabalan doesn't trust you to have it. That's a dose of Singapore paternalism that's too strong for Singapore's government to spoon up these days.

It's bad enough that investors who want to play the game in Asia have to buy companies with controlling shareholders in markets that offer few protections for minority interests, but a controlling shareholder that's also the government poses special dangers. Dhanabalan spent the bulk of his keynote address assuring investors that Singapore Inc leads the fight to build shareholder value for all investors.

The character issue
"The character of Temasek derives from the character of the political leadership in Singapore with the qualities of honesty, probity, meritocracy, focus on the right rather than the popular decision and transparency being the main features. Temasek has defined for itself a proactive stewardship role. Being an involved, interested and informed owner, and with enough clout, it can help prevent the types of excesses seen in the US."

However, the Temasek way can lead to some uniquely Singaporean excesses. Dhanabalan ought to know, since he was in the middle of one last year.

To face overseas competitors at home and in the region better, Singapore's government encouraged mergers among its banks. Small banks resisted the call. Luckily for the government, Dhanabalan's DBS launched a lowball bid to gobble up Overseas Union Bank (OUB), which failed to find a white knight. United Overseas Bank (UOB) came to the rescue with a higher bid and promised to merge the two banks' boards of directors. DBS was big enough already, and the government was delighted to see second-place UOB grow.

Unfortunately, DBS's investment banker Goldman Sachs took its client's takeover bid seriously. Its analysis of the bids lambasted the UOB offer and its unwieldy merged board, saying "this combination is designed to keep family control intact without regard for shareholder value". The government considered Goldman's analysis a rude intrusion that threatened to scuttle its preferred union. After a chat with a reportedly enraged Lee Kuan Yew, DBS in effect abandoned its bid, published newspaper ads featuring a retraction of the previously obscure Goldman report, and agreed to pay UOB and OUB S$1 million each as a wedding present. Goldman chairman Henry Paulson jetted in to kowtow to the banks and regulators and paid the hong bao to the two banks, plus expenses to DBS.

In his speech last week, Dhanabalan assured, "There is no divergence between Temasek's interests and those of other shareholders since its aim is to ensure that TLCs [Temasek-linked companies] are well managed and create value for the benefit of all shareholders." As long as those investors share Temasek's stated mission "to contribute to Singapore's economic growth", that is. Judging from Dhanabalan's words and deeds, when the mission conflicts with the quest for shareholder value, it's easy to guess which side gets the nod.

(©2002 Asia Times Online Co, Ltd. All rights reserved. Please contact content@atimes.com for information on our sales and syndication policies.)
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 22:41
Itulah enaknya negara kecil... Gampang aturnya...

Indonesia kalo penduduknya 20jt pasti makmur...
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 22:49
Nih contoh nyata orang-orang yang anti sosial. Jadi jangan ditanya kenapa negara kita jalan di tempat:

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Berikut nama-nama Anggota DPRD DKI yang menandatangani Hak Interpelasi (pemakjulan/pelengseran) terhadap Gubernur DKI Jakarta Joko Widodo, karena tak setuju KJS dan KJP yang mengGRATISkan 100% biaya bagi rakyat yang tak mampu. Sejak semasa Sutiyoso dan Foke mereka cuma setuju maximal 50% supaya sisanya bisa diCAK bareng bagi rata dengan para birokrat DKI.

Nama2 anggota DPRD DKI Jakarta yg mengajukan interpelasi :
1. Aliman Aat (Demokrat)
2. Taufiqurahman (Demokrat)
3. Habib Husein Alaydrus (Demokrat)
4. Abdul Mutholib (Demokrat)
5. Sandy (Demokrat)
6. Neneng hasanah (Demokrat)
7. Siti Sofiah (Demokrat)
8. Mujiyono (Demokrat)
9. Hidayat Ar Yasin (PAN)
10. Moh Asyari (PAN)
11. Agung Haryono (Demokrat)
12. Nawawi (Demokrat)
13. Rukun Santoso (Demokrat)
14. Lucky (Demokrat)
15. Berlin (Demokrat)
16, Matnoor Tindoor (PPP)
17. Ichwan Zayadi (PPP)
18. Fahmi Zulfikar (Hanura-PDS)
19. Guntur (Hanura-PDS)
20. Farel Silalahi (Hanura-PDS)
21. TS Yance (Demokrat)
22. Abdul Aziz (PPP)
23. Ruddin Akbar Lubis (Golkar)
24. Hendry Ali (Demokrat)
25. Marie Amadea (Demokrat)
26. Mirna Na'Amin (Demokrat)
27. Dr Suprawito (Hanura-PDS)
28. Belly Bilalusalam (PPP)
29. Santoso (Demokrat)
30. Hardi (Demokrat)
31. DR Marthin (Demokrat)
32. Maria Hernie (Demokrat)

Mohon disebarkan, biar semua rakyat DKI Jakarta tau siapa2 wakilnya yg anti program pro rakyatnya Jokowi.
Tks


Ane tidak belain Jokowi, ane lebih suka Prabowo, tapi siapa pun yang naik, harus kita dukung.
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 22:52
Quote:Original Posted By indonesiaber1
Nih contoh nyata orang-orang yang anti sosial. Jadi jangan ditanya kenapa negara kita jalan di tempat:



Ane tidak belain Jokowi, ane lebih suka Prabowo, tapi siapa pun yang naik, harus kita dukung.


Ane gak dukung dua2 nya malah...

Tapi kalo prabowo naek, kagak bakal gua dukung
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
06-07-2014 23:27
18 jt mah kecil bangedd
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Bergaji "Hanya" Rp 18 juta Sebulan, Warga Singapura Berhak Dapat Subsidi
07-07-2014 08:26
Quote:Original Posted By camel.killer
Itulah enaknya negara kecil... Gampang aturnya...

Indonesia kalo penduduknya 20jt pasti makmur...



Ah..alasan beginian lagi...jangan salahin jumlah penduduk..salahin aja cara kerja pemerintah...u.s jumlah penduduknya lebih banyak bisa makmur..atau
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