OPINION: Singapore's squeaky-clean image is only skin deep

BBC News, 28 Oct 2013
Singapore, South East Asia's wealthy island city-state, has a reputation for being safe and stable. Its squeaky-clean image, however, only goes skin deep, argues British writer and journalist Neil Humphreys, who has tracked Singapore's football match-fixing for many years.
While the city-state remains better known as a magnet for multi-national corporations and enterprising expatriates, Singapore has also attracted some of the world's most prolific match-fixers.
Taking advantage of the globalisation of football and the explosion of illegal betting markets in Asia, these men are capable of rigging games everywhere from Eastern Europe to the Middle East and from the Asian Champions League to the Uefa Champions League. Full story
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