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23 Dec. 2013
Eighty-year-old cleaner Lim Chin Seng takes a break... more
SINGAPORE-POOR/
RTX16S6T
23 Dec. 2013
Singapore, Singapore
Eighty-year-old cleaner Lim Chin Seng takes a break from his job at a shopping mall in Singapore November 26, 2013. Lim makes about S$1000 ($800) a month, working eight hours, six days a week as a cleaner. Singapore operates a system of compulsory savings, supplemented by employer contributions, for retirement and healthcare through its Central Provident Fund (CPF). Private insurance schemes are also available. Yet, Mindshare, a global media and marketing services firm, found in a survey last year that 72 percent of Singaporeans felt they "cannot afford to get sick due to high medical costs". Picture taken November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
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